Former Rangers player Davie Provan dies at age of 75
The defender made over 250 competitive appearances during 12 years at the Ibrox club.
Former Rangers player Davie Provan has died at the age of 75 after a long illness, the club has announced.
The defender made more than 250 appearances for the Ibrox side during his 12 years there between 1958 and 1970.
He was inducted into the Rangers Hall of Fame having featured in the 1967 European Cup Winners' Cup Final against Bayern Munich, as well as picking up Scottish Cup and League Cup winners medals for the club.
The left back went on to play for Crystal Palace and Plymouth Argyle before finishing his career with St Mirren.
Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson paid tribute to the former player who was part of the treble-winning side of 1964.
He said: "On behalf of everyone at Rangers Football Club I would like to offer my sincere condolences to Davie Provan's family and friends.
"He was a huge part of the Club for decades and he enjoyed a terrific playing career here. Davie worked at Ibrox for a number of years as a matchday host and was also a vital member of John Greig's backroom staff during his time as Rangers Manager.
"His loss will be felt by everyone associated with the Club and our thoughts are with Davie's son Graham, daughter Yvonne, and his two grandsons Callum and David at this difficult time."