Craig Brown is a very experienced Scottish manager who is currently in charge of SPL side Aberdeen. The former Scotland manager recieved a CBE in 1999 for his services to football. Brown took charge of Aberdeen at the end of 2010 and has since guided the club to back-to-back 9th place finishes.
Brown has revealed he will retire at the end of the season.
Craig Brown has been in the management game since way back in 1977 with Clyde. He spent 10 years with the club and led them to the Second Division championship in 1982.
He became assistant manager of Scotland in 1986 as well as being in charge of a number of the country's youth teams with great success. In 1993 he was appointed manager of Scotland and became the countries longest-serving manager of all time, staying until 2002. He managed to take Scotland to both Euro 1996 and World Cup 1998.
Brown then spent a couple of years at Preston North, before joining Motherwell in late 2009. He led the club to a 6th place finish in the SPL before deciding to switch jobs and manager Aberdeen.
Now at the splendid age of 72 this is likely to be Brown's last job in football. Aberdeen have failed to make much of an impact in the SPL in recent years, which will be something the owners hope will chance this season.
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