Andy Halliday might’ve only been on the pitch briefly against Motherwell today, but in coming on he reached a special milestone with the club.

A diehard bluenose living the dream, the boy from the Copland Road made his 100th league appearance for the club. It’s a dream come true for the player, as it would be for Rangers fans everywhere.

Joining Rangers in 2015 after being released by Bradford, he is now one of the club’s longest-serving players.

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Halliday is in his fourth season at Ibrox and has reached an important milestone with the club. The midfielder-come-left-back has proved his passion for the Gers time and again and bounced back from numerous disappointments.

Not least being farmed out to Qabala in Azerbaijan last season. Or being humiliated in the Scottish Cup humbling to Celtic last year.

But with the appointment of Steven Gerrard, Andy Halliday has proved his value to the Rangers squad. He continues to be an important figure in it both on and off the pitch.


Halliday has now made 100 league appearances for Rangers. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Halliday has made 34 appearances for Rangers this season, scoring three goals.

But it was another midfielder who stole the show as Andy reached an important milestone. Scott Arfield flourished in an advanced role as he got all three goals in the 3-0 win at Fir Park.

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