Ally McCoist is unarguably one of Scotland's most charismatic sporting heroes - a footballer with great skills on the park, and a deft, lively sense of humour off the field of play. His goal-scoring exploits have made him one of the all-time Rangers greats, and his Scotland performances have earned him a whole legion of fans away from the confines of Ibrox. Yet Ally's story has not been a straightforward rise to fame. He has had setbacks - and difficult spells that stretched his resolve to the limit. In this book, Ally tells his story. It is a frank look at life at the very top of British football. He speaks of his early breakthrough into Scottish senior football, his move to England and back to Rangers. And he tells how the Souness revolution at Ibrox affected him - as a player and as a person. He talks of his experiences in Europe, his time as a Scotland player, and he recalls the World Cup snub he'll never forget.