Rangers fans have reacted after former player Paul Gascoigne posted a brilliant picture of himself from his time at Ibrox on Twitter.
‘Gazza’ uploaded an image of himself on his personal Twitter account on Wednesday showing him wearing a classic Gers shirt from the 1990s, invoking a great response from supporters of the Ibrox club.
— Paul Gascoigne (@Paul_Gascoigne8) January 24, 2018
The 50-year-old spent three years on the books at Ibrox, winning two Scottish league titles, a Scottish Cup and a Scottish League Cup.
He was part of the legendary 1996 side managed by Walter Smith that won the treble as other stars such as Brian Laudrup, Ally McCoist, Richard Gough and Jorg Albertz played at Ibrox in what was no doubt a golden era for the club.
Gascoigne has recently become active on Twitter and on Wednesday send Rangers fans into meltdown by posting an old image of himself.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
— Ross Clark. (@rossclarkk) January 24, 2018
The best individual performance by any player at Ibrox in all my days supporting Rangers. pic.twitter.com/nVSd6qDZzh
— Smiffy (@Smiffy54AC) January 24, 2018
— shugmcneil (@shugmcneil) January 24, 2018
???????? always part of the Rangers Family
— Amanda (@xxamaxx) January 24, 2018
The glory days can we rewind back to them
— Ellen Baillie (@baillie_ellen) January 24, 2018
You and Laudrup were phenomenal mate ????
— Fergie (@BertVanLingen1) January 24, 2018
Best player ever to play for the rangers ????????????⚪️????????????
— wee gogo???????? (@Reidondo9) January 24, 2018
Go on Gazza ???????? one of the greatest to ever wear the famous royal blue.. Living Legend ????
— OwenBoyle (@OwenBoyle10) January 24, 2018
Gascoigne made 103 appearances during his time at Rangers and scoring 39 goals in the process.
During his spell at Ibrox he scored one of the most memorable goals in English football history when he scored a belter against Scotland at Euro 1996 at Wembley.
His glistening career saw him also have spells at Newcastle, Tottenham, Lazio and Everton before eventually ending his career in 2004 after a stint at Boston United.
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