Rangers confirm death of legendary former player Jimmy Millar aged 87
Tributes have been paid to the legendary striker who played for the Ibrox club for 12 years between 1955 and 1967.
During his time at Rangers he won three League titles, five Scottish Cups and three League Cups and scored 162 goals during 317 appearances.
Millar also had spells with Dunfermline Athletic and Dundee United and won two Scotland caps.
A statement from Rangers released on Thursday said: “Rangers Football Club is saddened by the news of the death of our former player, Jimmy Millar.
“Our thoughts are with Jimmy’s family at this sad time.”
- Jimmy Miller was one of Rangers’ great players at a time when the club were riding the crest of the wave of success. He is in the top picture here providing a shoulder for his captain, Eric Caldow, to flourish the Scottish Cup in front of a Hampden Park crowd of 100,000. Others in the picture include (left to right) Davy Wilson, Ronnie MacKinnon, Jim Baxter, Jimmy Millar, Eric Caldow, Ralph Brand, Bobby Shearer, Ian MacMillan, Billy Ritchie, Harold Davis and Willie Henderson. Bill Heaney