Following last night’s result at Easter Road, Rangers fans are in need of cheering up. And Rangers hero Marvin Andrews has duly obliged.
The big Trinidad and Tobago centre half is renowned for his positivity and once again he didn’t disappoint.
Singing a rendition of Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds, it’s put a smile on fan’s faces.
— Nicole (@_nic__x) March 9, 2019
— David Mackay (@DaveFeatures) March 9, 2019
I love marvin andrews mare than anyhin
— Johnpaton (@Johnpatonn) March 9, 2019
What a guy. Meet him last year in a charity football tournament in Tenerife. Along with alec ray n marcus gayle. Brilliant guys. Respect Marvin Andrews. 👍 https://t.co/4Oe0QdQHx5
— Craig Houston a.k.a BOB (@CraigHouston17) March 9, 2019
Seeing Big Marvin Andrews singing 'don't worry about a thing' on Novos insta has actually cheered me right up
— Grant (@McLayGrant) March 9, 2019
There’s probably no greater tagline to that incredible league finish. Rangers didn’t just win the league on the final day, they won it in the final minutes. A Scott McDonald double downed Celtic at Motherwell’s Fir Park and the rest is history.
Singing at a RSC’s fundraiser, the big man got the whole place joining in and clapping along. The clip is taken from Nacho Novo’s Instagram with the caption “I love you bro”.
The two players played together for Alex McLeish’s Rangers side back in mid-2000s.
Marvin Andrews famously said “keep believing” back in 2005 – the year that Rangers won the title on the final day at Easter Road. Marvin also famously refused treatment on a damaged knee that season.
Marvin Andrews joined Rangers from Livingston in 2004 and made over 60 appearances in two years at the club. He remains a popular figure at Ibrox and amongst Rangers fans.
Marvin also made 101 caps for his home country of Trinidad and Tobago in a career spanning 17 clubs.