Radio 5 Live summariser Craig Brown was appointed to the dual role of Scotland's national coach and the Scottish Football Association's Technical Director in 1993.
He had previously been Under-21 coach and assistant national coach, taking the Scotland's U21 team to third place in Europe in 1992, and its U16 side to the World Youth Cup Final in 1989, where they lost on penalties to Saudi Arabia after extra time.
Prior to joining the SFA's staff in 1986, Craig was in charge of Clyde for 10 years, winning two Second Division titles and producing outstanding players such as Steve Archibald, Pat Nevin and Ian Ferguson.
Scotland boss Craig Brown
As a player, he represented Scotland at schoolboy, junior and youth levels, spent three years at Rangers and six at Dundee, where he won a League Championship (1961-62) and was part of the squad which reached the following season's European Cup semi-final.
Brown also played for Falkirk before his career was brought to an early end by a serious knee injury.