BBC Scotland are in production with a follow up to their recent Real Kashmir documentary following former Rangers man David Robertson in his role as manager.

TV cameras followed Robertson as he attempted to manoeuvre his way through his first season in the I-League.

The boss proved a popular character during filming with plenty fans of the doc hailing his no-nonsense attitude.

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Another interesting aspect of the programme was the fact that they were filming - and Robertson was working - in one of the most militarised regions in the world.

Deaths and shootings are commonplace but Robertson admitted recently that he wouldn't turn his back on the club.

Now it can be revealed that BBC Scotland are heading back over to India to continue following Robertson's journey as manager.

A BBC spokesman said: "A follow-up documentary to Real Kashmir FC is currently in production for the BBC Scotland channel. 

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"Our audience really engaged with this fascinating look at Davie Robertson’s life as a football manager in one of the most volatile regions of the world. 

"We’re sure they’ll enjoy this new programme which will bring the latest twists and turns of this remarkable story."

The fascinating first-part has been nominated for two Baftas including Director, Factual in Greg Clark and Single Documentary.