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Ally McCoist: Portrait of a Hero by Alasdair Aird.


Jamie1807

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Recently bought the aforementioned book, was wondering if any other Bears' have it?

I haven't started reading it, I'm still working my way through Silver Smith: Biography of Walter.

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My favourite Ally pic :praise:

Up on my Bedroom Wall!

Really need to take a ipcture of the framed Rangers stuff on my bedroom wall and put it up here!

My uncle's got that pic up and framed in his lobby with Super Ally's autograph.

Hoping to hoover it off of him :)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:

5.0 out of 5 stars Gread read. For true blue football fans., 6 Jun 2008

By Mr. R. Johnston (Glasgow) - See all my reviews

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Relive the good old days, the 9 in a row years with the inside story. This is a well researched and investigated history of the most famous Ranger of all time. The book chronologically follows Ally career, the good and bad times. A must for all fans collections, if only he could still play!!.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor nothing new, 19 Aug 2009

By C. Turnbull (scottish borders) - See all my reviews

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Very poor book.Which is a shame as McCoists auto bio was very good,nothing new in fact very tedious

Amazon's reviews there and more info in the link. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ally-McCoist-Portr...d/dp/1844545687

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