Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield took to Twitter on Monday evening to announce the winner of his charity competition.

Not for the first time, the Gers star decided to raffle off a piece of memorabilia to raise money for a good cause.

In this instance, it was his shirt from the incredible Europa League comeback win over Braga at Ibrox back in February.

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The 31-year-old created the JustGiving page in mid-April and gave fans a fortnight to make donations of up to £10, with all proceeds going to NHS Charities Together amid the global health crisis.

Over £9,500 was raised and Arfield uploaded a video showing him picking the winner at random out of a jar containing over 1000 names.

It was an excellent idea from the Canada skipper and unsurprisingly, plenty of Bears got on board to support the cause.


Arfield joined Rangers from Burnley in 2018.

Arfield joined Rangers from Burnley in 2018. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The highlight of the video for many, though, came in the final few seconds.

After congratulating the winner, Arfield picked up personalised mug which featured a detailed drawing of him doing his trademark salute celebration and it went down a storm.

Here’s a selection of reactions from Twitter:


Earlier in the week, Bears lauded George Edmundson after he explained the mystery behind pictures of him in full Rangers kit as a boy.

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