Scottish FA President Rod Petrie has paid tribute to Bobby Brown.

“I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of former Scotland player and manager Bobby Brown.

“Bobby holds a special place in the hearts of all Scotland supporters. He not only played for his country, becoming the last amateur player to earn a cap for Scotland, but would go on to become the nation’s first full-time manager, a role he fulfilled for four years.

“Though he served his country with distinction throughout, he is probably best remembered for his first match at the helm of the national side, when he led the team to victory over the reigning World Champions England at Wembley in an iconic match that has gone down in the annals of history for all Scotland fans.

“A true legend of the Scottish game, it was only fitting that he was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame in 2015. He will be remembered fondly by all Scotland fans and the thoughts of everyone at the Scottish FA are with his family at this difficult time.”