FOLLOWING the news Ally McCoist is set to turn out again for Rangers this season, bookies have priced up some specials on the Ibrox boss.
Coisty netted in Rangers Legends' 1-0 defeat of AC Milan Glorie on Friday night and reckons he can fill the gap left by Nikica Jelavic.
The 49-year-old is more used to playing the fool on Question of Sport than donning the blue jersey but with the crisis-hit club in administration and unable to sign players he could make a contribution before the end of the season even though he hasn't played competitively since 2001.
McBookie.com make McCoist 20-1 to score the winner on his comeback and 25-1 to bag the clincher in the final Old Firm derby of the season.
McBookie.com spokesman Paul Petrie said: “McCoist looked as if he loved every minute of his appearance against Milan. I don't think his comeback is a publicity prank although he's unlikely to start a game.
“Rangers haven't filled their bench in some games since going into administration so it's more likely he'll be a sub. But if his side are 1-0 down to Celtic with minutes to go he might just call for himself to go on. And no one can stop him even if he ends up looking like an old fool.”
With Steven Fletcher still out in the cold, an international comeback can't be ruled out either if he performs well and McBookie.com go 100-1 he's capped again by Scotland.
The Scots bookies are also taking bets on how many goals McCoist will score this season and go 6-1 none, 3-1 one, 4-1 two and 4-5 three or more.
McBookie.com are offering a £50 free bet to one person who predicts the right number of goals. Simply reply in the comments section with your answer and leave your name. If there is more than one correct entry the winner will be picked at random. Quote April 1 with your entry.