Looking for all the world as though he's just fallen out of a pack of football cards, this was Rangers legend John Greig in the 1969-70 season.
Although an Edinburgh lad, John Greig has been voted the 'Greatest Ever Ranger'.
A determined, forceful player, recognised for his great leadership qualities, Greig made 755 official appearances for Rangers (498 in the domestic league, 72 in the Scottish Cup, a club record 121 in the League Cup and 64 in European tournaments). He scored 120 goals for the club and won three domestic trebles.
Greig was captain when Rangers won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1972 beating Dynamo Moscow 3-2 in Barcelona.
Apart from his on pitch heroics, Greig showed his real metal, and heart, when, as team captain, he helped the club, and its fans, to recover from the trauma of the 1972 Ibrox Disaster.
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