With Paulo Sergio back in Scotland this week to preview Sunday’s Edinburgh derby between Hearts and Hibernian in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup, we look at the only four managers from outside the United Kingdom who have won the famous trophy.

1994 | Ivan Golac | Dundee United 1-0 Rangers

Ivan Golac became the first manager from outside the United Kingdom to lift the Scottish Cup in 1994 when Dundee United defeated Rangers 1-0 at Hampden. Golac, from the town of Koprivnica in present-day Croatia, led United to their first ever Scottish Cup triumph when Craig Brewster netted a tap-in after Christian Daily forced a mistake between Rangers goalkeeper Ally Maxwell and Dave McPherson.  The Tangerines have won the cup once since then, when they beat Ross County 2-0 in the 2010 final.

1999 | Dick Advocaat | Rangers 1-0 Celtic

The first final at the newly revamped Hampden Park was a close one, with Rangers under Dutchman Dick Advocaat coming out on top against Dr Josef Venglos’ Celtic team. Rod Wallace scored the only goal of the game after 49 minutes in a victory which secured the domestic treble for the Ibrox side.

2000 | Dick Advocaat | Aberdeen 0-4 Rangers

Advocaat’s Rangers made it back-to-back Scottish Cup titles with an emphatic 4-0 victory over Aberdeen. It was always going to be a tough task for the Dons, but it was made even harder when, after just three minutes, striker Robbie Winters had to replace the injured Jim Leighton in the Aberdeen goal.  Gio Van Bronckhorst gave Rangers the lead at the interval before a five-minute blitz in the second half - with goals from Tony Vidmar, Billy Dodds and Jorg Albertz – confirmed the trophy’s return to Ibrox.

2006 | Valdas Ivanauskas | Hearts 1-1 Gretna (Hearts won 4-2 on penalties)

Valdas Ivanauskas’ Hearts were clear favourites to lift the Scottish Cup in 2006. Having defeated Hibernian 4-0 in the semi-finals, Second Division champions Gretna stood in their way of their first cup success in eight years. Rudi Skacel gave them the lead with six minutes left in the first half, only for Gretna to equalise in the second half through Ryan McGuffie. Paul Hartley was sent off for Hearts at the end of extra-time but the Jambos won the penalty shoot-out 4-2.

2012 | Paulo Sergio | Hearts 5-1 Hibernian

The 2012 William Hill Scottish Cup Final, the first to feature an Edinburgh derby since 1896, is certainly a memorable one for the maroon side of the capital. Paulo Sergio guided Hearts to a famous 5-1 victory over their rivals at Hampden, thanks to goals from Darren Barr, Danny Grainger, Ryan McGowan and a brace from Rudi Skacel.