Allan McGregor, James Tavernier and Steven Davis inducted into Rangers’ Hall of Fame
Allan McGregor, James Tavernier and Steven Davis have been inducted into Rangers’ Hall of Fame.
The trio had been recognised for his or her contributions to the Scottish Premiership membership at a gala dinner on Sunday evening.
They’re the primary inductees since 2014.
Membership captain Tavernier – who scored twice in Saturday’s win over Livingston – was delighted and “misplaced for phrases” to obtain the honour.
“It’s a fully big honour. It’s nonetheless probably not sunk in,” he informed the membership’s TV channel.
“I’ve been taking part in it down however it’s such a particular second for myself and I couldn’t have been doing what I do each single day with out the individuals who have been supporting me all the way in which
“That’s my household, the folks on the coaching floor and the followers so it’s a particular second.
“I’m misplaced for phrases for the way monumental it’s. To see my title on the wall on the marble stairs and share that with the household is so particular.”
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Goalkeeper McGregor, who has made greater than 400 appearances for the membership throughout two spells, was equally overjoyed.
“I stated this on the stage, I’m not one for particular person awards however this one means the world to me,” he added.
“To have your title on that marble staircase perpetually is a particular second for me and I’m completely honoured and privileged that this particular establishment has made me half of that.
“I used to be a wee bit nervous and excited however the names up there and being half of that’s actually one thing actually particular for me.
“It’s a membership that I like and so when I’m completed and go to video games, to stroll up that marble staircase and see my title there may be positively one thing I’ll treasure perpetually.”
Northern Eire worldwide Davis was left speechless.
He stated: “It’s big, it’s actually tough to place into phrases in phrases of the magnitude of it.
“Rising up in Northern Eire and being a boyhood fan, my dream was at all times to play for the membership first and foremost however to be inducted into the Hall of Fame with folks I idolised rising up it’s a actually particular second for me.
“There’s such a giant following from Northern Eire. All my associates and myself grew up as followers and we emulated the gamers when rising up and taking part in within the park so to be on this place is past my wildest goals.”
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