Rangers Nine in a Row legend David Robertson is the subject of a new BBC Documentary about his management of Indian outfit Real Kashmir FC.
The hour long documentary looks at the trials and tribulations of the ex-Ranger as he takes the club from the second division to the upper regions of the top league in a matter of seasons.
The war-torn region of Kashmir provides the perfect backdrop to Robertson’s psycho nickname. The show has also grabbed the headlines for Robertson’s no-nonsense approach. You can watch the full BBC Documentary here.
Robertson started his career at Aberdeen where he played under Sir Alex Ferguson. He won a League Cup and Scottish Cup during his time there. Robertson also played for Leeds United before finishing his career with Montrose.
The left back was also capped three times by Scotland.
Robertson is a committed manager and has done a superb job on the sub-continent. When he joined the club in 2017 they were in the i-League 2, with Robertson earning them promotion.
In doing so, they became the first side from Kashmir to play in India’s top division. They currently sit fourth in the i-League table after 18 games.
David is also not the only Robertson in India – his son Mason plays for Real Kashmir FC as a centre back.
In other news, fellow Nine in a Row legend Mark Hateley has been speaking out against sectarian singing at Ibrox.