Rangers pays tribute to legendary ‘kitman’ Jimmy Bell

Rangers pays tribute to legendary 'kitman' Jimmy Bell

Jimmy Bell was at Rangers for over 30 years; he was regarded as a vital part of the first team group; chairman Douglas Park pays tribute saying the club have “lost a legend and a friend”

Rangers have paid tribute to their “much-loved, legendary kit man” Jimmy Bell, who has died at the age of 69.

Rangers pays tribute to legendary 'kitman' Jimmy Bell

He was a constant presence at Ibrox for the past 30 years, gaining a cult status among the club’s support.

Bell started driving the Rangers team buses to matches across the country, before moving on to his current role as first-team head of kit.

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