6) Barry Ferguson
Barry Ferguson spent most of his career playing for Rangers in two spells between playing at Blackburn Rovers. He became the captain of the club at a very young age of 22 from 2000 to 2003 and then again between 2005 and 2009. Ferguson won the Scottish Premier League 5 times, 5 times the Scottish Cup and 5 times Scottish League Cup and also a treble in 2003. He was a passionate player with quality in all aspects of his game. Ferguson has 82 appearances in European competitions which make him the record European appearance holder at the club.
5) Davie Cooper
The Scotland born football player played as Winger for the Rangers. He made 540 appearances for the club over a long period of 12 years. His extraordinary Solo goal against Celtic in the 1979 Drybrough Cup Final was voted the greatest ever Rangers goal by Rangers fans. He died of brain hemorrhage in 1995. Cooper is remembered as one of the most noteworthy players in the histories of Clydebank, Rangers, and Motherwell football clubs. In tribute, the then Rangers manager Walter Smith said that “God gave Davie Cooper a talent. He would not be disappointed with how it was used”.
4) Richard Gough
Richard Gough was the captain of the Rangers side which won the famous “Nine in a Row” consecutive league titles. He has whooping 427 appearances for the Glasgow Rangers and won 18 trophies over that period. He was the first Scottish player to be signed for over £1,000,000. The Scot was a good defender who used to make his performance stand out and made sure his presence was known while he was on the pitch. He also played in two World Cups with his country and also played as a captain for Scotland national football team in the 1992 European Championships.