Rangers Football Club and The Rangers Youth Development Company paid tribute to long-standing staff member Margaret Arnott at the weekend as she orchestrated the Union Jackpot half-time draw.

Margaret is retiring this season after more than 50 years of incredible service with the Light Blues and she was given a rousing reception from supporters when former Ibrox stars Gordon Durie and Marvin Andrews surprised her with a bouquet of flowers on the pitch at the St Mirren game.

Gordon and Marvin were joined by RYDC Director of Operations Colin Stewart who has worked with Margaret for decades and confirmed she will be missed greatly by her friends at Ibrox.

He said: “Margaret has spent all her working life at Rangers and she will be a huge loss to RYDC and the club.

“She is a real character whose infectious enthusiasm for the club made her an outstanding office manager and she has led the RYDC team brilliantly for so many years.

“Margaret has shown great loyalty to her beloved club for more than five decades and has so many great stories about her time at Ibrox.

“We will all miss working with her and on behalf of everyone at RYDC, we wish her well in her retirement.”

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