Its statement said Morgan “had been ill for some time.” Morgan was capped 21 times for Scotland between 1973 and 1978. He also played two test matches for the British & Irish Lions on their 1977 tour of New Zealand, scoring all the points for the Lions in their 10-9 defeat at Eden Park.
After retiring Morgan moved into coaching and became Scotland head coach in the 1993-94 season. During his tenure, Scotland reached the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals in South Africa and posted their first victory over France in Paris in 26 years.
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