Rangers defender George Edmundson delighted young fans when he showed up to a trophy presentation for kids in Glasgow’s Bridgeton area.

The big Ibrox centre-half visited the Finnart 2010’s trophy presentation to celebrate the success of the youngsters and pose for photos.

It went down well with the football academy, with a representative sending thanks to the former Oldham defender before Edmundson himself replied.

It’s a nice touch from Edmundson and continues to develop his growing reputation amongst the Ibrox support.

In the few opportunities the 22-year-old has had, Edmundson has been very impressive so far in his Rangers career.

George Edmundson has been impressive in his early Rangers career so far. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Vying for a place with Connor Goldson, Filip Helander and Nikola Katic (and probably in that order) Edmundson was always going to find it tough to establish himself as a first-teamer this season.

The fans enjoyed his trip to see the kids at Finnart.




Signing a four-year deal for £650k from the League Two side in the summer, there are clearly high hopes for the powerful big stopper in the future.

On and off the pitch, the big defender is already beginning to show his class.

Edmundson was involved with the Colts this weekend as they dumped Wrexham 2-0 at Ibrox.

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