“Once a bear, always a bear” – 126-cap Rangers icon thanks fans
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USA winger DaMarcus Beasley thanks Rangers in emotional message

Former Rangers winger DaMarcus Beasley has intimated his intention to hang up his boots come to the end of the season.
The former Man City, PSV, LA Galaxy and Hannover star enjoyed a sterling career which brought him to Ibrox for three seasons between 2007 and 2010.
And in an emotional message to Rangers and their supporters, he thanked them for their best wishes.

The nimble American wide man remains fondly remembered in Glasgow and wasn’t without a few iconic moments too.
Two of them stick out more than any other. First, the USA international curled in an utter beauty at Tannadice in 2009. What a hit son.
But he is perhaps better remembered for his role in Rangers 3-0 demolition of Lyon in the Stade de Gerland in 2007. Beasley set up the opener and scored another as Rangers romped to an iconic Champions League win.
Currently plying his trade with Houston Dynamo in the MLS, DaMarcus Beasley will hang up his boots at the end of the season.
It’s been a career that has taken him all over the world, but his biggest achievement perhaps remains at home. Beasley is seventh in the list of the USA’s most capped players of all time.

Beasley played in some massive matches for Rangers between 2007-2010. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

The 36-year-old made a whopping 126 appearances for his country, scoring 17 goals.
Beasley’s also not the only ex-Ranger who has sent a message to fans recently. Only this bear played for the club a little more recently.

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