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At international level he is the only Scottish player to score in three World Cups , in , and After retiring from playing, Jordan moved into coaching and management, at a number of clubs, most notably managing Heart of Midlothian in Scotland before later becoming first team coach at Portsmouth under Harry Redknapp , with whom he has since developed a close working relationship, later following him to Tottenham Hotspur.

In coaching and management he is described by Redknapp and others as an enigmatic coach who bears listening to, who has lost none of his 'hard man' reputation as a player.

For his efforts for club and country as a player, he was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame in He is considered a legend among the Tartan Army of Scotland fans, being best remembered for scoring the crucial goal against Czechoslovakia in which ensured Scotland qualified for their first World Cup finals in 16 years.

Jordan was born in the village of Cleland , Lanarkshire [3] sometimes given as the nearby town of Carluke [4].

After leaving school, Jordan became an apprentice draughtsman. Jordan began his professional career in at Morton. There was little prospect of Jordan making first-team, as the partnership of Allan Clarke and Mick Jones was a well established and successful duo.

However, he was left out of the team that contested the FA Cup final against Sunderland which Leeds lost 1—0. Jordan was a regular in the following season, as Leeds coasted to the League title.

He scored seven goals in 25 League games. By , Jordan was Leed's main target man , providing many knock downs for Peter Lorimer to volley.

Alongside other Scottish players at Leeds, Jordan formed part of the so called ' Scottish mafia '; namely goalkeeper David Harvey —, — , defender Gordon McQueen — , midfielder Billy Bremner — , left winger Eddie Gray — and right winger Peter Lorimer —, — His final league record for Leeds was 39 goals from games.

The Independent in described this as a revenge act for Aleksic having repeatedly been charging Jordan during corners. Jordan spent two seasons playing for Milan, scoring 12 goals in 52 league games.

In his first season, he scored 2 goals in 22 league games, but after a bad run of results, the club was relegated to Serie B as the third last finishers in Serie A, 1-point behind Genoa.

In the second season he scored 10 goals in 30 league games, and the club returned to Serie A, being promoted as Serie B champions, 8 points ahead of Lazio.

In all competitions, Jordan was joint top-scorer for the club, with 6 goals alongside Roberto Antonelli in the first season, and 14 alongside Aldo Serena in the second season.

On the eve of a return to the club in a Champions League game in , as a coach with Tottenham, Jordan said the move to Milan, one of the biggest clubs in the world, was the best move of his career, and it gave him a chapter in it that he had always wanted, a chance to play abroad.

After two seasons with Milan, instead of playing again in Serie A with them, Jordan moved to another Italian club Hellas Verona of the northern city of Verona.

The next season, both clubs finished the —84 Serie A in equal sixth place. Having caught the eye of Verona for his brave, strong and combative performance in Serie B for Milan, they sought to use Jordan's strength to play up front alongside the up and coming players Maurizio Iorio or Giuseppe Galderisi , who were fast and nimble but lacked strength, and were thought to be unable to play together, being an 'odd-couple'.

From the start of the season Jordan played 24 games, 12 in the league, but only scored 2 goals, 1 in the league, 1 in the Italian Cup. This poor form ultimately led Verona to drop Jordan and settle on the pairing of Iorio and Galderisi until the end of the season, with Jordan returning to England after that one season, credited at least with having passed on valuable experience to Iorio and Galderisi and other young players at the club.

He remained with the club until February , by when he had lost his place to Colin Clarke. At his retirement from playing, Jordan had made a total of club appearances.

On 19 May , three days after appearing in the European Cup Winners Cup final for Leeds, Jordan played his first game for the Scotland national team , a 1—0 defeat to England at Wembley.

In , as part of the qualification campaign for the World Cup to be held in West Germany , Jordan scored with a flying header in what turned out to be a crucial winning goal, in a game against Czechoslovakia at Hampden Park in Glasgow.

Securing Scotland a place at the finals, this was the first time they had qualified for the World Cup in 16 years, failing at three previous attempts.

The game, which ended 2—1, was the second to last game and Scotland's third win in the four game qualification series in UEFA Group 8.

The last fixture saw Czechoslovakia play out a meaningless 1—0 victory over Scotland, which saw them finish second on five points, behind Scotland on six.

Denmark completed the group bottom, on one point. Jordan earned nine more Scotland caps by the end of the —4 season, scoring two goals on the way, which saw him be selected for the finals.

At the World Cup , Jordan scored the second goal in a 2—0 win over Zaire in the first group game, and a last minute equaliser in a 1—1 draw with Yugoslavia.

Scotland finished the group unbeaten, but went out of the competition at the group stage on goal difference.

In the second to last game of the qualification campaign for the World Cup to be held in Argentina, Jordan won a controversial penalty against their opponents Wales , said to have helped Scotland to qualify at their expense.

During the game, played at Anfield in Liverpool in , both Jordan and the Welsh defender David Jones went to challenge for the ball in the Welsh penalty area , from a throw-in by Scotland midfielder Asa Hartford.

The referee decided Jones had handled the ball, and awarded Scotland a penalty, although it has long been debated that it was in fact Jordan's arm which made contact with the ball.

In the final game, Czechoslovakia beat Wales 1—0. Scotland again failed to qualify beyond the group stage. In , Jordan was again in the Scotland squad for the World Cup.

Scotland once again failed to progress beyond the group stages; however, a personal milestone was achieved when he scored in the 2—2 draw against the USSR , meaning he had scored in three successive World Cup Finals.

Unfortunately he was injured in the same match, missed the rest of the tournament and never played for his country again. In total, Jordan earned 52 international caps , scoring 11 goals, and is the only Scottish player to have scored in three World Cups.

Moving into management, Jordan's first job was at Bristol City which saw the club reach the semi-finals of the League cup.

He managed the club from March to September , for games. During this time, he initially struggled in his first season in charge, but following a number of key signings — most notably Bob Taylor, from Leeds — he took City to promotion in the —90 season, finishing second behind local rivals Bristol Rovers.

After a poor start to the campaign, Hearts had sacked their manager of eight years Alex MacDonald , and turned to Jordan as a high profile ex-Scotland international striker.

Hearts led the league for a significant part of the season, losing just two of their first 28 games. In the —92 Scottish Cup they were eliminated in a penalty shoot-out against Airdrieonians , after two drawn matches.

In the —93 Scottish Cup they lost 2—1 away to Rangers. After a poor run in the —93 season , which featured a 6—0 loss to Falkirk , later described by the club as a thrashing, the board sacked Jordan.

Speaking in , Jordan expressed bitterness over his departure from Hearts, asserting he had done "particularly well" and the dismissal was undeserved, but reflecting "That's life, you get on with it, nobody's going to listen to your sad stories, but that was a sore one".

After Hearts, in Jordan became assistant manager to Liam Brady at Celtic , said to be out of an emotional attachment to the club he supported as a boy, and to Brady.

Having been in the job since , Brady resigned just four months after Jordan arrived, and he felt morally obliged to do the same, stating in that he felt no regrets and that "You've just got to make those calls.

He was replaced by the returning Lou Macari. Returning to Bristol City for a second spell, he managed the club from November to March for another games.

Between and , he was assistant manager to Lawrie McMenemy as they unsuccessfully tried to get Northern Ireland to qualify for the European Championships.

In , after a recommendation, Jordan was brought into the coaching team at Portsmouth by manager Harry Redknapp to work alongside him and his assistant manager, Kevin Bond.

While working as a coach under Redknapp at Portsmouth, Jordan said of his career and the possibility of future management roles, with clubs or Scotland, "I'm still ambitious and I'm desperate to do well here, along with the other people I wouldn't rule [management] out, but I'm not chasing it.

I get on well with [Redknapp] and we hope that we can achieve something. I won't go chasing every job that's going, I know what I am and what I can do, but I'm not going down the route of applying for jobs.

Jordan continued to coach the team under the management of Velimir Zajec and Alain Perrin. He took over as caretaker manager for two games in November after Perrin's departure, before Redknapp returned after resigning from Southampton.

This left assistant manager Tony Adams and first team coach Jordan to take charge of the team for the 1—1 home draw against Fulham the same day.

On the question of whether both would follow him, when he left Redknapp said he believed former Arsenal player Adams would not follow due to the Tottenham-Arsenal rivalry , but said "Joe Jordan has been fantastic for me and I would always be pleased to have him with me anywhere.

But he is at Portsmouth at the moment and it is up to him and the club to see what will happen in the future. On 7 November Jordan left Portsmouth to join Redknapp at Tottenham Hotspur as first team coach, reforming the original Portsmouth back room team after Redknapp had also brought the recently sacked Bournemouth manager Kevin Bond as Tottenham assistant manager.

Portsmouth praised Jordan's "significant contribution" on his departure after four years at the club. On 17 March , Jordan was appointed as assistant first-team manager under caretaker manager Steve Agnew at Middlesbrough.

According to STV in , for his efforts for the Scotland national team as " braveheart Joe", for the "all round bravery and commitment to the cause whenever he [played for Scotland]" and particularly the crucial goal against Czechoslovakia in , and the controversial penalty against Wales in described as the 'hand of Joe', in reference to the later infamous Hand of God goal in , Jordan's "status as a Scottish legend is safely assured" among the Tartan Army of Scotland's supporters.

On the occasion of the th anniversary of A. Milan, Jordan has been included in the list of the most important players in the history of A.

Jordan is described by The Herald as having crossed two eras in his career — having been a Scottish player at the time they were revered in the English game, he has gone on to coach in England as one of seven Scottish managers or coaches in the Premier League.

He attributes this to a common determination and desire to win. Jordan was nicknamed Jaws early on in his playing career, due to his lack of front teeth, which had been knocked out.

Jordan himself stated in that he rejected the caricature that went along with his Jaws persona, stating "I was what I was, but I look back and I had seven years at Leeds, who were one of the top teams in Europe, then I got a transfer to Manchester United, then a transfer to AC Milan.

These are top clubs, and I had opportunities to go to Liverpool, Arsenal, Ajax. I'm not saying that to brag; if those teams thought I had something to offer, it was more than having no teeth.

As one of the nominees for a public vote organised in April by STV to name 'Scotland's Greatest Team', Jordan was described as an "uncompromising, old fashioned centre forward who was never afraid to put his head where it hurts for club and country", adding that during the s and s "there were few more fearsome sights in world football" than Jordan.

In a list compiled by The Times Jordan was ranked as the 34th hardest man in the history of the game, with the citation "There have been few more fearsome sights in the European game than 'Jaws' Jordan without his front teeth.

Citing his dislocation of Milija Aleksic 's jaw in as an example, The Independent described in how Jordan was a player who "did not stand for nonsense on the pitch".

Following the clash with Gattuso, playing on his hardman reputation, The Independent listed the "Five reasons not to mess with Joe Jordan". He is quiet, but when he says something, it is worth listening to.

In coaching, Jordan is described by The Herald as still having the presence and natural authority he had as a player, and of having an enigmatic solemnity about him.

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Between and , he was assistant manager to Lawrie McMenemy as they unsuccessfully tried to get Northern Ireland to qualify for the European Championships.

In , after a recommendation, Jordan was brought into the coaching team at Portsmouth by manager Harry Redknapp to work alongside him and his assistant manager, Kevin Bond.

While working as a coach under Redknapp at Portsmouth, Jordan said of his career and the possibility of future management roles, with clubs or Scotland, "I'm still ambitious and I'm desperate to do well here, along with the other people I wouldn't rule [management] out, but I'm not chasing it.

I get on well with [Redknapp] and we hope that we can achieve something. I won't go chasing every job that's going, I know what I am and what I can do, but I'm not going down the route of applying for jobs.

Jordan continued to coach the team under the management of Velimir Zajec and Alain Perrin. He took over as caretaker manager for two games in November after Perrin's departure, before Redknapp returned after resigning from Southampton.

This left assistant manager Tony Adams and first team coach Jordan to take charge of the team for the 1—1 home draw against Fulham the same day.

On the question of whether both would follow him, when he left Redknapp said he believed former Arsenal player Adams would not follow due to the Tottenham-Arsenal rivalry , but said "Joe Jordan has been fantastic for me and I would always be pleased to have him with me anywhere.

But he is at Portsmouth at the moment and it is up to him and the club to see what will happen in the future. On 7 November Jordan left Portsmouth to join Redknapp at Tottenham Hotspur as first team coach, reforming the original Portsmouth back room team after Redknapp had also brought the recently sacked Bournemouth manager Kevin Bond as Tottenham assistant manager.

Portsmouth praised Jordan's "significant contribution" on his departure after four years at the club.

On 17 March , Jordan was appointed as assistant first-team manager under caretaker manager Steve Agnew at Middlesbrough.

According to STV in , for his efforts for the Scotland national team as " braveheart Joe", for the "all round bravery and commitment to the cause whenever he [played for Scotland]" and particularly the crucial goal against Czechoslovakia in , and the controversial penalty against Wales in described as the 'hand of Joe', in reference to the later infamous Hand of God goal in , Jordan's "status as a Scottish legend is safely assured" among the Tartan Army of Scotland's supporters.

On the occasion of the th anniversary of A. Milan, Jordan has been included in the list of the most important players in the history of A.

Jordan is described by The Herald as having crossed two eras in his career — having been a Scottish player at the time they were revered in the English game, he has gone on to coach in England as one of seven Scottish managers or coaches in the Premier League.

He attributes this to a common determination and desire to win. Jordan was nicknamed Jaws early on in his playing career, due to his lack of front teeth, which had been knocked out.

Jordan himself stated in that he rejected the caricature that went along with his Jaws persona, stating "I was what I was, but I look back and I had seven years at Leeds, who were one of the top teams in Europe, then I got a transfer to Manchester United, then a transfer to AC Milan.

These are top clubs, and I had opportunities to go to Liverpool, Arsenal, Ajax. I'm not saying that to brag; if those teams thought I had something to offer, it was more than having no teeth.

As one of the nominees for a public vote organised in April by STV to name 'Scotland's Greatest Team', Jordan was described as an "uncompromising, old fashioned centre forward who was never afraid to put his head where it hurts for club and country", adding that during the s and s "there were few more fearsome sights in world football" than Jordan.

In a list compiled by The Times Jordan was ranked as the 34th hardest man in the history of the game, with the citation "There have been few more fearsome sights in the European game than 'Jaws' Jordan without his front teeth.

Citing his dislocation of Milija Aleksic 's jaw in as an example, The Independent described in how Jordan was a player who "did not stand for nonsense on the pitch".

Following the clash with Gattuso, playing on his hardman reputation, The Independent listed the "Five reasons not to mess with Joe Jordan".

He is quiet, but when he says something, it is worth listening to. In coaching, Jordan is described by The Herald as still having the presence and natural authority he had as a player, and of having an enigmatic solemnity about him.

Jordan has two sons who have both played professional football: Tom and Andy who retired due to injury after leaving Hartlepool United. One of his two daughters lives and works in Italy.

He has an interest in fine wines, picked up from his time playing in Italy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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