BBC Scotland aired a poignant documentary on the career of Rangers icon Walter Smith following his death earlier this year and Gers fans have taken to Twitter to praise the programme and share their thoughts on Sir Walter.

Titled ‘Walter: A Life in Football’, the documentary took a look back over the highs and lows of one of Scottish football’s most important figures.

Some massive names contributed as they remembered their memories of Sir Walter and left Rangers fans watching at home recalling their one memories of the most successful manager of the club’s modern era.

The likes of Richard Gough, Brian Laudrup, Graeme Souness, Wayne Rooney and David Weir were all involved, as well as Sir Alex Ferguson and former Everton chief Bill Kenwright, with fans who missed it able to catch up on the Player.

While he had spells working at Goodison Park, assisting Sir Alex at Manchester United and various roles with the Scotland national team, it is at Ibrox where Smith’s legacy will be remembered forever.

Winning 21 trophies across two spells at the club, Rangers enjoyed almost unparalleled success under his guidance – completing 9 in a row after replacing Graeme Souness before guiding the club to its first European final in over 35 years.

After the documentary aired last night, fans took to Twitter and praised the programme as a fitting tribute to the man responsible for some of the most important moments in Rangers’ history over the last

Here are some of the comments from Rangers fans on Twitter after BBC Scotland’s Walter Smith documentary:

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