Ian St John
Ian St John was born on the 7 June 1938 in Motherwell, Scotland. After an initial 3 year spell from 1958-1961 at Motherwell as a youngster he then transferred to Liverpool, where he achieved great success winning domestic honours and also achieving 21 International caps for Scotland. He scored the winning goal in the 1965 FA Cup Final against Leeds Utd.
One of the most familiar faces on the television sporting scene, "The Saint" is an ideal after-dinner speaker for company dinners and golf days
Scored the quickest hat-trick recorded in Scottish history, 3 goals in 150 seconds for Motherwell V Hibernian
Playing Honours:3 League Championships, FA Cup Winners Medal, Cup Winners Cup Final Hampden Park 1966 and 21 Scottish International Caps
Ian also went on to be the assistant manager at Coventry City 1972-73, manage Motherwell 1973-74 and Portsmouth 1974-77, followed by another role as assistant manager at Sheffield Wednesday 1978-79.
Ian has also been involved with media and is well known for his “double act” with Jimmy Greaves to present Saint and Greavsie.
Ian enjoys a round of golf and has a very good handicap of just 13