Gordon Strachan
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"Gordon David Strachan" Order of the British Empire/OBE is a Scotland/Scottish association football/football coach (sport)/manager and former player. Strachan is the manager of the Scotland national football team/Scotland national team.

Strachan played for Dundee F.C./Dundee, Aberdeen F.C./Aberdeen, Manchester United F.C./Manchester United, Leeds United A.F.C./Leeds United and Coventry City F.C./Coventry City, as well as the Scotland national football team/Scotland national team. He has managed Coventry City F.C./Coventry City, Southampton F.C./Southampton, Celtic F.C./Celtic and Middlesbrough F.C./Middlesbrough. In club football, he played 635 league games, scoring a total of 138 goals, playing 21 of 25 career seasons in either the English or Scottish top-flight. In international football Strachan earned 50 caps, scoring five goals and playing in two FIFA World Cup final tournaments, 1982 FIFA World Cup/Spain 82 and 1986 FIFA World Cup/Mexico 86. Strachan retired from playing in 1997 at age 40, setting a Premier League record for an outfield player.

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