The Rangers Charity Foundation invited a host of fans to the Hummel Training Centre to meet their heroes as part of the Foundation’s special Dream Day.
The Foundation invites a range of supporters to the special day for a variety of reasons, ranging from those who have disabilities, to those less fortunate, to those who have life-threatening illnesses.
It’s about giving those supporters who dedicate so much to Rangers an important glimmer of hope and a much-needed boost on a “day they’ll never forget”.
"I would give my life away to do it again."
— RFC_Charity (@RFC_Charity) October 23, 2019
In the video above, shared on the Foundation’s Twitter account, it largely follows Northern Irish Gers fan, Noel Cullen.
Noel – who reveals that he moved to Scotland to be closer to his beloved Bears – has stomach cancer with a prognosis that he has up to 12 months left.
In the emotional clip, Noel gets the chance to take in training, meet Steven Gerrard, and meet personal hero Steven Davis and have a proper chat with him.
The impact of the day on Noel is clear to see who says that the visit to the Hummel Training Centre “lifted” his pain.
It’s wonderful stuff and everyone attached to this incredible event deserve credit for making it happen, as do the staff and players who are clearly over the moon to take part.
The club and the Charity Foundation have done themselves justice with this and these kinds of events are something each and every supporter can get behind.