Glasgow Rangers will struggle to ever complete a free transfer as good as when they signed Rod Wallace from Leeds United.
The striker made the move to Ibrox in 1998, and would go on to spend three years at the club. During that time, he would score more than 40 goals in just over 70 Scottish Premiership matches, with his strikes helping the Gers win the league on two occasions. They also got their hands on two Scottish Cups and one Scottish League Cup during his spell at the club.
Is Rod Wallace a Rangers legend?
It seems he is still a popular player amongst the supporters. On Tuesday, the club’s official Twitter account shared a video of Wallace scoring a fantastic goal in a European victory over Parma, and it absolutely delighted the fans. They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts on the forward.
Let’s see what they had to say about Wallace below
What a signing
— The Railway Bears 🚂🐻💙 (@TheRailwayBears) November 24, 2020
— 🧙🏻♂️ (@__SG72) November 24, 2020
Cool as you like Rodney
— Campbell Maclennan (@Koomba5) November 24, 2020
What a signing he was.
— West Mids Loyal (@WestMidsLoyal) November 24, 2020
He was a terrific signing ⚽️👍
— William English (@8cdmoflo) November 24, 2020
Rod Wallace, what a pler
— Craig Marshall (@wingedmarsupial) November 24, 2020
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