John Alexander (Jocky) Scott (born 14 January 1948) is a Scottish football coach and former player probably best known for his playing career, and three managerial spells with Dundee. Scott was most recently the manager of Scottish Football League club Stirling Albion.
Scott played for Scotland, Dundee and Aberdeen. He memorably scored a hat-trick when Aberdeen beat Rangers 5-1 in a Scottish League Cup semi final. He was capped twice for the Scotland national team in 1971. He was Soccer Bowl 1977 finalist with the Seattle Sounders (lost 1-2 to the New York Cosmos) in the North American Soccer League.
After his playing career Scott moved into management. He managed Aberdeen, Dundee (on three separate occasions), Arbroath, Dunfermline Athletic, Notts County, Raith Rovers and Stirling Albion.
He also had coaching roles at Sunderland, Plymouth Argyle and Hibernian. The latter two he also had spells as manager on a caretaker basis.
Aberdeen appointed Scott to their coaching team in September 2012.
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