About Walter Smith:
Walter Ferguson Smith is a Scottish football player, manager and director. He is primarily associated with his two spells in charge of Scottish club Rangers.
From my own point of view, I hope everybody would realise that people who work in Scottish football - referees included - are always under terrific scrutiny.
Our works decay and disappear but God gentlest works stay looking down on the ruins we toil to rear.
There are people for whom Rangers Football Club is their entire way of life.
Paper and ink are all but trash, if I cannot find the thought which the writer did think.
Whether people like it or not, you have to say the Old Firm are a major part of Scottish football. I know there is a lot of resentment from other clubs about that, but it's a fact.
If you can achieve winning a league championship, that, to me, is the full test of the team and management because it is over the full season and you have a lot of problems you have to overcome.
The Old Firm clubs are not easy clubs to manage and sometimes I think frustration comes in that, in the end, make you happy to be leaving.
I started out in Scotland, not as a footballer of any note, and I didn't play to draw the attention of people abroad.