The primary ever director of a British side to win the European Cup, John Stein was a footballer and chief of Scottish starting points. Prominently known as Jock, he delighted in enormous regard and accomplishment over the 13 years he dealt with the football group – Celtic. He not just guided them to an European Cup win, yet in addition drove them to nine progressive Scottish League titles. Stein was a secondary school dropout whose first occupation encounter was as a cover assembly line laborer. He at that point proceeded onward to work in coal mines however he discovered this activity profoundly unacceptable. Since he cherished playing football he chose to attempt to seek after a profession toward this path. He began playing football while proceeding to work in the mines—being a coal digger exempted him from obligatory enrollment amid the World War II and gave the young fellow sufficient time to seek after his energy of playing. At first he used to play football with Llanelli Town and Celtic before lower leg wounds constrained him to resign from dynamic playing. Marginally frustrated, however not unsettled, he set out on an administrative profession. He came back to Celtic as a director after a short stretch at other football clubs. In the wake of serving the group for a long time, he went ahead to deal with the Scottish National Side.