Alex McLeish

Alex McLeish entered soccer management at Motherwell in 1994, where his side finished league runners-up in 1995. He won the First Division, and reached the Scottish Cup fial, with Hibs in 1999, before grabbing double title success with Rangers, as well as five cup victories.

After a spell as Scotland manager notable for an away win against France he moved south of the border in 2007 to Birmingham City. There he won a promotion and a memorable Football League Cup success over Arsenal. He subsequently managed Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest, Belgian side Genk, Zamalek in Egypt. A second stint  with the Scottish national team followed from 2018-19.

As a player, Alex won 77 Scottish caps as a centre back during which he represented his country in three World Cups. With Aberdeen, he collected 13 trophies, including the European Cup Winners Cup.