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McCoist Remembers A Great Friend

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A TRULY gifted player and an even better human being – that’s how Ally McCoist remembers his former teammate and close friend Davie Cooper.

“There are so many great memories,” he explained.



McCoist and Mark Hateley were in Hamilton this afternoon as they laid a tribute at Cooper’s statue in his hometown to mark the 25th anniversary of the tragic death of one of Scotland’s most talented-ever players.



“You think time in many ways is a great healer but it also puts a distance between things but I think the fact that everyone is talking about Davie 25 years after his tragic early passing would indicate how special he was – as I said not only as a football player but more importantly as a human being and as a person.”

“I can’t believe that is 25 years since we lost Davie,” McCoist said.

“Still to this day it is the hardest shot I have ever seen on a football park the one against Aberdeen.

“There were big changes at our club at that particular time and nobody was guaranteed a place so Davie chose to move nearer home and was a legend there as well.
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