RANGERS' all-time leading goalscorer Ally McCoist spent 15 trophy-laden years as a Light Blue, with his final game coming in the Scottish Cup Final in 1998, when his goal was not enough to stop Hearts winning 2-1...

OZZY (East Kilbride) – Could you give the Rangers team for the 1988-89 League Cup Final? They defeated Aberdeen 3-2.

They did indeed, with the following line-up: Woods, Stevens, Brown, Gough, Wilkins, Butcher, Drinkell, I Ferguson, McCoist, N Cooper and Walters.

Substitutes were Munro and D Ferguson. Ally McCoist scored twice (once from the penalty spot) and Ian Ferguson got the other for the Gers. Davie Dodds scored twice for Aberdeen.

JACK P (via email) – My dad gave me an old football programme recently. Celtic v Dumbarton, Scottish Cup third round on Saturday, January 28, 1989. What was the score of this game?

The Celts won this game 2-0 against Second Division Sons of the Rock.

Both goals came in the last 10 minutes. The scorers were Andy Walker and Tommy Burns.

BIG AL (East Kilbride) – Can you clarify an argument. My mate says Sir Alex Ferguson had a brother who was a professional footballer. I disagree but know that his brother was a scout for Manchester United. Who is right?

Actually you are both right. Sir Alex’s younger brother, Martin, was a professional footballer who started in the juniors with Kirkintilloch Rob Roy as an inside-forward and was capped at Junior level.

He also won the Scottish Junior Cup with Rob Roy at Hampden in 1962.

He signed for Partick Thistle making 25 appearances between 1962 to 1965.

He scored for Thistle in their first European venture in 1963 against Spartak BRNO in a 3-2 win at Firhill.

He moved on to Morton for a short spell then Barnsley and Doncaster Rovers before moving to Waterford as player/manager in 1967/68.

He managed East Stirling (Sir Alex’s first management post) in 1981 to 1982 and Albion Rovers 1982 to 1983.

He also coached at Hibs until 1997 before joining Manchester United as a scout.

He spent 16 years there and is credited with bringing many top quality players to Old Trafford, including Ruud van Nistlerooy.

He retired from his position as chief European scout for United in May 2013, at the same time as Sir Alex.