Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday super Alistaaair!Happy birthday to youuu!!!!
Rangers are back! What a birthday present for Coisty. On the day before he hit the big five-o, the glorious Rangers roared to within one point of the top of the highly prestigious Third Division by crushing the extremely mighty giants of Montrose.
What a match it was! The commentator, both summarisers and reporter, i.e. me, who BBC Scotland sent to Ibrox to cover this clash, were all left raving about the youngsters Rangers were playing.
Yes, bumming up youngsters, the last refuge of the desperate, that's how mediocre a spectacle this was.
And best youngster of all was young Fraser Aird who, for me, is just the sort of player required at Rangers, one with a second name for a first name.
As for the opponents? Well, Montrose can be very pleased that they were rubbish and Rangers gubbed them, for there is no higher accolade in Scottish football than to be utterly thumped by the Teddy Bears.
Of course that was then and this is now and there's possibly no time like the present to talk about the future and tonight's match in the Scottish Communities League Cup against SPL leaders, the majestic and magic Motherwell.
Make no mistake, tonight will be a gargantuan struggle, but Stuart McCall MUST ask himself this question – what would be best for the nation: for the Steelmen or the totally sensational Rangers to remain in the Cup?
Mr McCall, I urge you to take a long, hard look in the mirror and remember who and what you are. Rangers did a lot for you, Stuart, I hope you're remembering that.
I see Artur Boruc has signed for Southampton. So, he has managed to go from being the 'Holy Goalie' to 'Saint' in just a few years? Wow! That's a pretty quick canonisation is it not?
Well, you know, I was watching Celtic take on Benfica last week, my old mucker Hugh Sabio used to play for them and I couldn't help but wonder: does their manager Jorge Jesus look like a young Denis Law or is it that Denis Law looks like an old Jorge Jesus?
Delighted with how we played, delighted with the chances we created, unhappy we didn't score more, but that was down to two things, our finishing and Rab Douglas.
I thought Big Rab was just truly magnificent against on Saturday even though he must be pushing about 72 now.
Of course, I've known Rab for years, I've stood alongside him, played with him in big games for Celtic.
So if I needed cover between the sticks, is Rab the sort of experienced keeper I would have no hesitation in signing?