Walter: I'd take having to play 68 games again.WALTER SMITH Walter Smith OBE (born February 24 1948 in Lanark) is a Scottish former football player, but is better known as a football manager. He is currently the manager of Scottish Premier League club Rangers, his second spell in that capacity with the club. insists he'd happily face another 68 games this season because it would mean another thrilling campaign on all fronts for Rangers Rapidly deployable airborne light infantry organized and trained to conduct highly complex joint direct action operations in coordination with or in support of other special operations units of all Services. .
The Ibrox boss knows the punishing pun·ish
v. pun·ished, pun·ish·ing, pun·ish·es
1. To subject to a penalty for an offense, sin, or fault.
2. To inflict a penalty for (an offense).
3. schedule of last term ultimately caught up with his players as they chased glory at home and in Europe.
But Smith would welcome another marathon season if it means his side again go right to the wire chasing the title, the Scottish Cup The Scottish Football Association Challenge Cup, usually known as the Scottish Cup, is the national cup knockout competition in Scottish football. The trophy awarded to the winners has the distinction of being the oldest national trophy in the world. and a Euro trophy.
And with two Champions League qualifiers to negotiate before the season has really got under way the Ibrox boss may yet face another 68-game campaign.
The Gers gaffer (right) said: "We wouldn't have changed anything about last season.
"And if you don't change anything then we're left with the circumstances of this campaign to handle.
"If that means having to play 68 games again then that's what we've got to do. We've two qualifiers to start with because we didn't win the SPL (1) (Systems Programming Language) The assembly language for the HP 3000 series. See assembly language for an SPL program example.
(2) (Structured Programming Language) See structured programming.
1. and we've got to get on with it."