In 1985 Scotland dramatically drew with Wales on the way to qualifying for the 1986 World Cup. Minutes after the final whistle Scotland football manager Jock Stein was dead. He suffered a heart attack. As the two teams prepare once more to meet in a World Cup qualifier, former Scottish international Pat Nevin recalls the tragic evening in Cardiff. He looks back on the incredible career of Stein and the legacy he left after his death.
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