A comprehensive and colourful biography about well known Scottish football star, manager and coach Jocky Scott. Scott was one of the most exciting footballers of his generation who went on to enjoy a long and varied career in the game. From the low of being released by Chelsea to his halcyon days as a player at Dundee and Aberdeen then into the turbulent world of football management, Scott experienced all the ups and downs of the glorious game. Well worth watching as a player and Dundee manager on a record three occasions, Jocky Scott is a Dens Park legend.
He is also one of Aberdeen's footballing sons and Dons fans retain fond memories of his League Cup semi-final hat-trick against Rangers as well as a double cup success while co-manager of their club. Football gave him the opportunity to travel extensively and to befriend World greats like Pele, George Best and Bobby Moore. Best known for his time at Dens Park and Pittodrie, he also had spells with Seattle Sounders, Dunfermline, Arbroath, Hibs, Dundee United, Notts County, Raith Rovers, Sunderland, Plymouth Argyle, Viborg FF, Stirling Albion and the Scottish Football Association in his five decades in the game - all his stops at these clubs being well chronicled.