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Alistair Reid "Ally" MacLeod (26 February 1931 – 1 February 2004) was a Scottish professional football player and manager. He is perhaps best known for his time as the Scotland national football team manager, including their appearance at the 1978 FIFA World Cup. MacLeod played as a left winger for Third Lanark (two spells), St Mirren, Blackburn Rovers, Hibernian and Ayr United. He then managed Ayr United (three spells), Aberdeen, Scotland, Motherwell, Airdrieonians and Queen of the South.
The Scottish Football Association also paid tribute to MacLeod. Obviously everybody in Scottish football is saddened to hear of his death," said a SFA spokesman. Although he is perhaps best known as the Scotland manager in '77 and '78, Ally was a guy who devoted his entire life to football as a player with several clubs and then as manager. He was at Hampden as recently as last July to accept an award from the Tartan Army who presented him with a crystal decanter set in appreciation of his services to the national team and to Scottish football in general.
Ally MacLeod convinced Scotland we could win the World Cup. Such was the optimism ahead of the tournament, the squad was given a spectacular farewell on an open-top bus around Hampden Park in front of a crowd of 30,000. Supporters even lined the streets along the route to the airport. Despite her dad brimming with confidence, she insists the big send-off was not his idea. He didn’t want to do it but everybody was just sailing along on this belief that we were going to win. MacLeod - who lost his battle with Alzheimer’s aged 72 in 2004 - enjoyed club success at Ayr United and Aberdeen before taking the Scotland job. He won the British Championship in 1977, famously beating England at Wembley, then led Scotland to the World Cup finals a year later. Scotland vs Mexico: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news ahead of international friendly.
Scottish footballer and manager. Alistair Reid "Ally" MacLeod (26 February 1931 – 1 February 2004) was a Scottish professional football player and manager. He is perhaps better known for his time as the Scotland national football team manager, including their appearance at the 1978 FIFA World Cup. Alistair Reid MacLeod was born in the south side of Glasgow on 26 February 1931. Prestwick Airport was packed with supporters seeing the team off. When a journalist asked him "What do you plan to do after the World Cup?" MacLeod replied: "Retain i.
Ally MacLeod (Manager) 1931 – 2004. Ally enjoyed a successful playing career with Third Lanark, St Mirren, Blackburn Rovers, where he played a leading role in the 1960 FA Cup Final, Hibernian and Ayr United. He moved into football management with Ayr United and capped a rewarding first spell at Somerset Park by twice winning promotion into the top flight and guiding the ‘Honest Men’ to a Scottish Cup and League Cup semi final. In 1975 Ally moved on to Aberdeen, where, one year later, he guided the ’Dons’ to victory in the League Cup Final against Jock Stein’s Celtic. MacLeod’s success at club.
FOOTBALL legends and politicians paid tribute last night to the former Scotland manager Ally MacLeod, who died yesterday at the age of 72. MacLeod, who was in charge of the national team during the ill-fated 1978 World Cup campaign, passed away peacefully at his home in Ayrshire after battling Alzheimer’s disease for a number of years. Kenny Dalglish, Scotland’s most-capped player, described MacLeod as a larger than life character, while Joe Jordan - who scored in three successive World Cups - praised his optimism. Jack McConnell, the First Minister, hailed McLeod as a Scottish hero and the Scottish Football Association (SFA) said that he would be fondly remembered by the Tartan Army.
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