Former Rangers winger Neil McCann has named a team of Bears in his all-time greatest XI.
The ex-Ibrox star has been the talk of Twitter in the last few days after Rangers fans reflected on his and the side’s immense performance in the 3-2 2002 Scottish Cup win over Celtic.
McCann was on inspired form that day and put the ball on a plate for Peter Lovenkrands who would secure the cup with a last-minute winner.
Speaking to the BBC McCann picked out a star-studded XI from his time at Ibrox after being asked to select the best players he ever played with.
Players from both Hearts and Southampton fail to make the cut as McCann picks out those quality options he spent so long playing alongside at Ibrox.
In an unconventional 4-3-1-2 formation, McCann picks the legendary stopper Stefan Klos who McCann praised for his “bravery and shot-stopping” to play in goals.
McCann’s back four included recently passed-away Dutch icon Fernando Ricksen, centre-back pairing Lorenzo Amoruso and Craig Moore, with Arthur Numan at left-back.
McCann described Numan as “one of the best I’ve ever played with”.
Former Hearts man McCann then included a star-studded midfield three of Claudio Reyna, Gio van Bronckhorst and former captain and “winner” Barry Ferguson.
Just in front of those is Ronald de Boer, with a front two of Claudio Caniggia and Rod Wallace rounding the team off.
Of the two forwards, McCann describes Wallace as “the deadliest striker” he ever played with and Caniggia as “just brilliant”.
Rangers legend Craig Moore has been speaking to Rangers News about the role McCann played in the 2002 Final, claiming a seemingly innocuous moment from the winger changed the game.