Glasgow Rangers have welcomed plenty of greats to Ibrox over the years, including the likes of Ally McCoist, Andy Goram and Paul Gascoigne.
Many more have made it into the Rangers Hall of Fame for their performances in front of the Bill Struth Stand. On Wednesday, the Light Blues paid tribute to Stuart McCall, who made more than 200 appearances for the ‘Gers, scoring 15 goals in all competitions (as per Soccerbase).
McCall, who also played for Bradford City, Everton and Sheffield United in his career, won the Scottish Premiership five times in back-to-back seasons with the Glaswegian side before he returned to Bradford on a free transfer in the summer of 1998.
The former Scottish international is currently in his third spell in charge at the Valley Parade and his contract is set to expire next season. He also enjoyed a brief stint as ‘Gers caretaker manager in 2015, winning just 6 games out of a possible 15 matches.
Nonetheless, it seems his performances on the pitch are still fresh in the memory, as many RFC fans lauded the “heartbeat of the team” on social media. One supporter tweeted that he was a “great wee player” while another feels that he was “massively under-rated.”
Scroll through some of the best reactions so far…
great wee player gave it 100% everytime
— Andrew Bluebells (@andrewg69968905) June 10, 2020
Massively under-rated player, heartbeat of the team for years
— Ravishing Rick Rude (@lolzathon) June 10, 2020
Congrats Stuart 🥳🍾
— WTP@54 (@McWtp) June 10, 2020
Happy birthday Stuart 🔴⚪🔵
— Ronnie (@RonnieP_77) June 10, 2020
Happy birthday him🎂🎂🎂
— Laura Liebert (@liebert_laura) June 10, 2020
— Ibrox Baby V2.0 (@RossWhite_2804) June 10, 2020
‘Gers fans, what is your favourite memory of Stuart McCall? Let us know down below!
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