24 February ~ Ally McCoist scored 355 goals for Rangers and will take over as the club's manager in June. But, as Graeme Jamieson made clear in WSC 156, he's much less fondly remembered at Kilmarnock where he finished his playing career alongside acting and punditry appearances, among other things.

Is the fairytale over? Breaking his leg against Rangers in October may have been Ally Mc­Coist’s last act in football. Those cheery souls in the Scottish press suggested that the Kil­marnock striker, who will retire at the end of the season, would never play again. The offic­ial line is that he’ll be back after the winter break. The question is, should he bother? Read the full article

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