Many Glasgow Rangers fans have been left buzzing as an official post emerged from the club involving Steven Davis’ time on international duty.
As shared in some footage by the official Twitter page of the Ibrox faithful, Davis can be seen walking away from his post-match interview to give a young Northern Ireland supporter his shirt, after their 0-0 draw at home to Euro 2020 winners Italy in their FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.
He also stood to take a photo with the fan, as well as selfies with other supporters in the crowd.
Should Davis start for Rangers?
The national team captain also gave away another of his shirts, prompting several Light Blues to show their appreciation for a player who is beloved by club and country for his passion and work ethic.
Davis is still going strong despite being 36 years of age now, with 18 appearances in total over all competitions so far this season for the Teddy Bears an impressive reminder of his fitness as the years wane on – he’s also scored one goal and provided one assist (Transfermarkt).
Rangers fans on Davis footage
These Gers buzzed as the footage was shared on Twitter:
“A living legend proud to have this man playing for my club and captaining my country”
“Class act, Rangers social team playing a blinder today though with all the notifications haha”
“Such a gentleman”
“What a fantastic bloke you are Steven Davis!”
“Class through to the core from @StevenDavis8 an absolute master.”
“He better be getting a TESTIMONIAL when it’s time”
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