Scott Arfield is now firmly established as a fan favourite at Ibrox.

He’s only been with Rangers since the beginning of the season, but he’s already put in plenty of memorable performances.

The midfielder was outstanding in December’s landmark Old Firm win at Ibrox. Furthermore, he notched an incredible hat-trick at Motherwell last month.

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Arfield acknowledges the travelling support after scoring at Fir Park. (photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)

On Sunday, he produced a display of similar quality in the 2-0 victory over Celtic.

He secured the points with a cool finish and was subsequently named in the SPFL team of the week.

Now, he’s looking to capitalise on his performance, for charitable ends.


He’s raffling off his signed shirt from Sunday’s match, in an effort to raise funds for the Chris Mitchell foundation. The organisation’s aim is ‘helping raise awareness and tackle mental health in football’ and was set up after the passing of Chris Mitchell, a friend and former teammate of Arfield’s at Falkirk.

It’s a superb move from the Ibrox hero and he has already raised over £4000. It costs just £10 to enter and the winner will be drawn at random. To get involved, click here.

Plenty of Bears are rallying round to support the charity and in the hope, they could be the lucky winner.

Here is a selection of reactions to the fundraising appeal:


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