Like many a successful Football manager before and after him, Walter Smith's playing career was relatively unremarkable.
Two spells at Dundee United were the highlight of a 178-game career that was curtailed by injury.
His managerial record was considerably more impressive.
After cutting his teeth as an assistant at Rangers, Smith took over the Ibrox hot seat in 1991. Seven years of astonishing success followed, including seven consecutive league titles and 13 trophies in all.
His time south of the border, at Everton, was less productive, although Smith was hugely hindered by the Merseyside club's need to sell players to balance the books.
After a brief spell assisting Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, Smith went back up north and managed the Scotland national team. He did a creditable job, helping the Scots rise no less than 70 paces up the world rankings.
His return to Rangers was the icing on the cake for his distinguished career. In his final four-year stint in Glasgow, Smith won eight more trophies and took the team all the way to the final of the 2008 UEFA Cup.
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