This is the story of two north east clubs, two managers and two historic wins that were as joyous as they were unexpected.
The two managers Alex Ferguson and Jim McLean were to be a force of nature in Scottish football in the early 1980’s.
Ferguson with guile and determination drove his team to European glory when they captured the European Cup Winners’ Cup.
Just ninety miles down the road, Jim McLean took his Dundee United team from being the small club in the City of Discovery to the best team in Scotland in a last-day fairytale title win against their local rivals.
This was a time in Scottish football when the balance of power shifted, albeit temporarily from the west to the east.
This is the story of two north east clubs, two managers and two historic wins that were as joyous as they were unexpected. Watch extended, exclusive interviews with Jim McLean, Ralph Milne, Richard Gough, Paul Hegarty, Hamish McAlpine, Maurice Malpas, Willie Miller, Alex McLeish, Gordon Strachan, Jim Leighton and Murdo MacLeod once the programme is transmitted on March 25.