Rangers hero remembered by fans 25 years after his tragic death

Rangers fans remember Davie Cooper 25 years after his death

Rangers are marking the 25th anniversary of Ibrox legend Davie Cooper’s untimely death from a brain haemorrhage – and Gers fans on Twitter have paid tribute to the winger, quarter of a century on from his passing.

Cooper suddenly took ill while filming a training video at the age of just 39 as one of Scottish football’s most mercurial talents was lost in almost the blink of an eye.

Cooper, who also starred for Clydebank and Motherwell, has an indelible place in Scottish football history and is one of the last truly great players to have come out of this country.

The Moody Blue was signed for Rangers by Jock Wallace in June 1977 for £100,000 and won three titles, three Scottish Cups and an incredible seven League Cups.

(Photo by David Cannon/Allsport)

Coop would eventually leave after 12 years at Ibrox and, true to form, he would go on and carve his name into the folklore at Motherwell – where a stand still bears his name today.

After 540 appearances for Rangers, Coops will never be forgotten by fans and the response 25 years after his death just goes to show that.

Here are some of the comments from Rangers fans on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/_Haris72/status/1242028846775291910

https://twitter.com/PhotoMacd/status/1242029435743764480

https://twitter.com/Nordonsight56/status/1242029304306941952

 


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