Firth, Waghorn and Aluko respond after Rangers post image of cult hero on Twitter
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Firth, Waghorn and Aluko respond to Rangers' Jimmy Bell post

Andy Firth, Sone Aluko and Martyn Waghorn are among those to have responded on Twitter after Rangers posted an archive photo of cult hero Jimmy Bell.

The official Gers account tweeted the throwback on Monday afternoon, which shows the famous kit man marching across a training pitch with a bag of balls.

Some Bears have cast doubt on the origins of the picture.

The club caption claims itโ€™s from a training camp in Italy in 1990, but some supporters have claimed that is incorrect as the kit he is modelling suggests it was taken later.

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Thatโ€™s only a minor detail for the majority, though, as as with any Jimmy Bell content, the post has received plenty of positive feedback.

Rangersโ€™ current third-choice goalkeeper, Andy Firth, retweeted the post adding the caption: โ€œThe main man himselfโ€ followed by emojis to reflect his fondness for the long-serving Gers employee.

Then came comments from a variety of ex-players.

USA international Alejandro Bedoya, who enjoyed a short stint at the club during the 2011/12 season, replied to the tweet labelling Bell the โ€œScottish Maradonaโ€ and soon received support from former teammate, Sone Aluko.

https://twitter.com/sonealuko/status/1262738957483126784

Derby striker Martyn Waghorn, who represented the Gers between 2015 and 2017, also replied with a trio of praise emojis.

It just goes to show that Bell, who has served Rangers for decades, is loved by players from a variety of different periods in the clubโ€™s recent history.


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