Tears in Ibrox Stadium

Tears in Ibrox Stadium

Tears in Ibrox Stadium

Following the passing of Ian McMillan at the age of 92, Rangers are grieving the loss of “one of the club’s best inside forwards”.

McMillan, often known as “The Little Prime Minister,” amassed legendary status at Airdrieonians with 102 goals in 249 league games. McMillan joined the Rangers in 1958 and played for six years at Ibrox following a productive ten years with the Diamonds.

The former Scotland international helped the team to the 1961 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final and lifted seven medals at Govan.

Having been captained six times by his nation, McMillan came back to Airdrie in 1964 and hung up his boots two years later.

Former Rangers player Ian McMillan has died

Tears in Ibrox Stadium

McMillan, who was inducted into the Rangers and Scotland Halls of Fame, played football only sometimes because he also worked as a mining surveyor.

Ian McMillan, a former football player for the Rangers, died at the age of 92.

McMillan, who was known as the “Wee Prime Minister,” played in over 200 games. In addition to winning two League titles, three Scottish Cups, and two League Cups, he scored 55 goals.

McMillan is a full-time quantity surveyor and part-time player. Having won six caps for Scotland, he was inducted into both the Scottish Football Hall of Fame and the Rangers Hall of Fame.

“After leaving the team in 1964, he came back to Airdrie to complete his playing career before taking over as manager. Everyone at Rangers Football Club is thinking of Ian’s family during this difficult time.

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