COLIN MURPHY (email) - Did Jock Stein ever win anything as a player with Celtic? Did he win representative honours? Though he's best remembered as a manager, Stein's achievements as a player are still impressive. His first honour with the club was to lift the Coronation Cup of 1953 as captain.

This was a prestigious one-off tournament with four teams each from Scotland and England to mark the coronation of Queen Elizabeth. Celtic beat Hibs 2-0 in the final.

At international level, Stein made a single appearance for the Scottish League against the English League on April 28, 1954. The Scots lost 4-0.

His greatest achievement, however, was to lead Celtic to their first league and cup Double for 40 years in season 1953/54. Visitors to the museum can see big Jock's Scottish Cup winner's medal from that season.

The cup was won thanks to a 2-1 win over Aberdeen in front of 129,926 fans at Hampden.

J DOCHERTY (Castlemilk) - I know Third Lanark great Neilly Dewar left Cathkin to join Manchester United. Can you give details of the transfer and tell me his appearances for United? Neilly, from Lochgilphead, was transferred to Old Trafford in February 1933 for the then considerable fee of £5000. He made his debut in an away match against Preston North End, but his United career lasted only 11 months before he was sold to Sheffield Wednesday. He made 36 appearances for the first team and scored 14 goals.

DIAMOND DONNIE (Shotts) - Which player earned most international caps while at the former Aidrieonians FC, and also which player made most appearances for the Diamonds? Airdrie's most capped player was full-back Jimmy Crapnell, who appeared nine times for Scotland between 1929 and 1933. At 5ft 5ins he was small for a defender but had a reputation for tenacity. The player with the most appearances for the club was Paul Jonquin, another full-back, who played 523 times between 1962 and 1979.

TED BUTCHER (Giffnock) - I remember a high-scoring friendly between Rangers and Arsenal in the early 1960s. I think it was a full Scottish team that day? The game was played on December 13, 1960, at Ibrox. In front of a crowd of 42,173 Rangers won 4-2 with goals from Brand (2, 1 pen), Millar and Wilson. The team: Niven, Shearer, Caldow, Davis, Paterson, Stevenson, Scott, McMillan, Millar, Brand and Wilson.

As you state, the entire team was Scottish.