Marvin Andrews may have only spent two years with Glasgow Rangers, but he is a popular figure with the supporters of the Gers.
He made the switch to Ibrox from Livingston in 2004 and would go on to make more than 60 appearances for the ‘Gers until leaving in 2006. That may not have been the most successful period for the 54-time Scottish champions but they still managed to lift one Premiership title as well as one League Cup.
The 102-time Trinidad and Tobago international has been doing his best to keep spirits up during the coronavirus pandemic. On Thursday he shared a video of him singing a Bob Marley song at a Rangers convention and it is fair to say that the clip has delighted many of the Light Blues’ fanbase – one supporter described him as the “happiest man”.
Is Marvin Andrews a cult hero?
These fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below:
Our own Marvellous Marvin.
— Rory Mackay #snpira ❌ QFD (@Fleetblue) May 14, 2020
Top class big fella 👌🏻💙
— Geo (@Geo_rangers) May 14, 2020
Marvin joined Rangers and became a Rangers fan for life. Marvin joined Rangers and we all became Marvin fans for life. True story
— GodlessMystic (@GodlessMystic) May 14, 2020
We salute you 👏👏👏🔴⚪🔵 pic.twitter.com/GmMA4ueTtc
— Geo1872🇬🇧💙🖐️⚔️🛡️🇬🇧 (@GeoWATP1872) May 14, 2020
Brilliant big man.
your enthusiasm and energy
— rangers tickets check bio pic to see seat location (@rangerstickets5) May 14, 2020
The happiest man on the planet, on yersel big marv
— andy hogg (@boss_hogg1976) May 14, 2020
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