Gordon Strachan retired from playing in 1996 at the age of 40, setting a Premier League Record for an outfield player.
During his playing career Gordon played 626 League games and scoring 138 times.
Starting his professional career at Dundee, Strachan went onto play for Aberdeen, Manchester United, Leeds United and Coventry City.
He won 50 caps for the Scotland national team, making his first appearance in 1980 against Northern Ireland.
In 2006 he was appointed as the official FIFA Ambassador for Scotland.
In 2007, Strachan was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame
Since retiring Gordon Strachan has managed clubs including Coventry City, Southampton, Celtic and Middleborough.
In 2013, Gordon became manager of the Scotland national team.