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Ally McCoist is one of Scottish football's best-loved characters. In a two-decade career, he won the hearts and minds of legions of fans as he established himself as one of the most popular sporting personalities in the UK. A schoolboy prodigy, it was always clear that McCoist was destined for top flight football. At just 16 he signed his first professional contract with St Johnstone, shooting to prominence in the 1980/81 season, scoring 22 league goals and playing a starring role for the Scottish youth team. He was soon hot property. After two years of mixed fortunes at Sunderland, McCoist returned to Scotland and signed for his boyhood heroes Glasgow Rangers. Over the next fifteen years, he established himself as arguably the greatest goal-scorer ever to play for the club. He not only gave heart and soul for Rangers but was also capped 61 times for Scotland.An authoritative and affectionate portrait of this much-loved sportsman, Ally McCoist - Rangers Legend charts the highs and lows of a fascinating career. It also looks at the events that helped to shape his life - overcoming homesickness when first playing for an English club and how he coped when his young son had to undergo several life-saving operations.Having hung up his boots, Ally's vibrant personality made him a natural for the television screen. Now, however, he has returned 'home' as manager of his beloved Rangers. Despite the club facing the toughest of times, Ally has remained staunchly loyal. This wonderful book is a must-read for any football fan or indeed for anyone captivated by this larger-than-life character.
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Emilie Frèche, lauréate du Prix Orange du Livre 2013 pour "Deux étrangers"