Walter has football running through his veins. What he has achieved is remarkable and I have huge respect for him' — Sir Alex Ferguson 'A timely and sympathetic portrait of the veteran boss' — BBC Sportsound Walter Smith is one of the most successful and respected managers in the history of Scottish football. Best known for steering Rangers to their nine-in-a-row success in the SPL during the 1990s, he enjoyed spells at Everton and Manchester United before proving his powers as a resurrection man by reviving the Scotland national team's fortunes in the aftermath of the calamitous Berti Vogts reign. In 2007 he returned to Ibrox, where he steered his beloved club to a fresh crop of silverware before bowing out at the top in May 2011. SilverSmith is the definitive biography of Walter Smith's fascinating life and career. This new edition has been fully revised and updated and covers all the scandals, scraps and stramashes which erupted as Smith and Celtic's Neil Lennon became embroiled in a dramatic tussle for the 2010–11 SPL crown, which stretched all the way to the campaign's final day.