Rangers icon Marvin Andrews has been filmed entertaining the crowd alongside bluenose popstar Callum Beattie in a stirring rendition of Four Lads Had a Dream.
The former Ibrox defender is always a positive presence in Rangers circles and once again the ex-Trinidad and Tobago international failed to disappoint.
— Gwen Smith (@gwensmith71) November 24, 2021
The Gers were having a launch event for this year’s Christmas advert with numerous high-profile figures in attendance.
But Marvin’s rendition of the Ibrox anthem was described as the “highlight” of the night by punters online and Callum Beattie even took to Twitter to praise the former centre-back.
— Callum Beattie (@callumbeattieuk) November 24, 2021
Rangers are used to Marvin, 45, giving us a rendition of famous Ibrox tunes and the popular former Gers star is always eager to light up the day.
FANTASTIC SING SONG FRIDAY IS HERE…WITH SPECIAL DEDICATION TO ALL THE RANGERS FAMILY AND BEARS EVERYWHERE 🐻👍🏽🎤😁👏🏽🎵😂💪🏽🎶🤣🙌🏽🎵💙🇬🇧🔵🔴⚪️🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🖐🏽🖐🏽 pic.twitter.com/kICCfAqzL2
— marvin andrews (@marvellous_77) March 12, 2021
Joining Rangers in 2004, Marvin Andrews played two seasons at Ibrox and carved out a career in Scottish football following a move from his homeland to Raith Rovers in the year 2000.
A spell at Livingston came before his stint at Ibrox but it is his time with Rangers – despite playing with the likes of Hamilton, Wrexham and even Clyde afterwards – that Marvin is most synonymous.
A devout Christian, Marvin was famous for refusing to get surgery on a cruciate ligament injury in 2005 under the advice of God with the Ibrox side going on to win the league on Helicopter Sunday.
Marvin played in the final game against Hibs – a 1-0 win at Easter Road – and his catchphrase “keep believing” became the tagline of the entire season.
Singer/songwriter Callum Beattie has some history with singing Rangers songs too – as his celebratory version of Sweet Caroline proved last season.