Walter Smith is arguably the greatest Rangers manager of all time and his achievements at Ibrox undoubtedly make him one of the most successful bosses in world football. A born and bred Rangers supporter who used to travel from his home in Carmyle in Glasgow's East End to follow the team, he lived the ultimate dream. He was brought to the Club by Graeme Souness as assistant manager in 1986 and was at the hub of the renaissance of Rangers. In his first spell as manager between 1991 and 1998 he led the Light Blues to a remarkable haul of 13 major trophies which included the Treble, the Double twice and, of course, 9 in a Row. Arguably his second spell between 2007 and 2011 is even more impressive, winning eight major trophies and leading Rangers to the UEFA Cup final in 2008 against a backdrop of financial difficulties. This feature tells the whole remarkable story of Walter Smith through his playing and coaching days at Dundee United and his spells as manager of Everton and Scotland, as assistant at Manchester United and his time at Rangers. With fantastic contributions from Sir Alex Ferguson, Ally McCoist, Ian Durrant, Kenny McDowall, David Weir, Steven Naismith, Jim McLean, Archie Knox and Graeme Souness as well as the man himself this is a must for all fans.