McCoist's last appearance in a Rangers jersey was in the 1998 Scottish Cup final when he scored in a 2-1 defeat by Hearts.
Ally has three boys, Alexander and twins Argyll and Mitchell with his first wife, Allison.
McCoist's highest number of hat-tricks in a season was five, which he achieved twice.
McCoist scored 28 hat-tricks for Glasgow Rangers.
McCoist was the first Scottish player to win the Golden Boot.
McCoist holds the Rangers record for most league and European goals.
McCoist won the Television Radio Industry Club's Sports Presenter of the Year award in 2001.
Ally received an MBE in 1994.
McCoist was confirmed assistant to Smith at Rangers on January 10, 2007.
McCoist is a member of the Scotland Football Hall of Fame, having gained 61 international caps.
McCoist's nickname amongst the Glasgow Rangers fans was "Super Ally".
McCoist has a pet Labrador named Sheila, who often takes part in the famous dog contest Crufts.
Ally has released his own footballing quiz book named Ally McCoist's Question of Soccer.
McCoist scored his country's only goal in their Euro 96 campaign with a 25-yard strike in their 1-0 victory over Switzerland.
Ally is the assistant manager at Glasgow Rangers.
Ally: I was honoured to be named in the greatest ever Rangers team and included in the club's Hall of Fame.
Ally: It was a privilege to pull on the Rangers jersey for so many years but I am delighted to return as assistant manager.
Ally: (On Leaving "A Question Of Sport") It was a great 11 years meeting and working with some fantastic people, you never know I may appear as a guest in the future.