SAD NEWS : Rangers Fc has lost one of its best and active players to death…

RANGERS Football Club is today saddened by the news of the death of our former player, Ian McMillan, at the age of 92.

Nicknamed the ‘Wee Prime Minister’, McMillan joined Rangers in 1958 from Airdrie, becoming one of the best inside forwards the club has ever had. 

In his six seasons at Ibrox, McMillan played over 200 times, scoring 55 goals. That contribution brought him two League titles, three Scottish Cups and two League Cups. He was also influential in the team that made the Cup Winners’ Cup Final in 1961.

Inducted into Rangers Hall of Fame, McMillan, astonishingly given his career, was a part-time player, training twice a week for Rangers and working full-time as a quantity surveyor. He was also a member of the Scottish Football Hall of Fame, and was capped six times by his country.

Leaving the club in 1964, he returned to finish his playing career at Airdrie before becoming their manager.

The thoughts of everyone at Rangers Football Club is with Ian’s family at this sad time.

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