A dad of three siblings who died in a tragic house fire is "overwhelmed" by the heartfelt gesture of Rangers Charity Foundation. 

Alex Gibson, 41, was sent a signed jersey alongside a sincere letter from the Ibrox team as the funeral for the three children is expected to take place tomorrow. 

His three "angels", Fiona, aged 12, Alexander, eight, and Philip, 5, died after being rescued from a house fire on Renfrew Road. 

The mother of the children, Julie Daley, 39, was seriously injured in the fire but has now been released from the hospital. 

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Thanking the Rangers charity, Alex wrote: "I cannot believe what just arrived from the Rangers Charity Foundation.

"I am not only overwhelmed but I am completely blown away with this."

Glasgow Times:

The letter read: "Words cannot express how deeply saddened we were to hear about the passing of Fiona, Alexander and Philip and we would like to express our sincere condolences.

“We can only imagine how difficult this time must be for your family and friends but we want you to know that the Rangers Family is thinking of you and will always be here to offer support.

“We hope that this gift will come as a reminder that the Rangers family is holding you all close in our hearts.

“We’d also like to send Julie our best wishes for a full and swift recovery.

“On behalf of all the players and staff at Rangers Football Club, we would like to take this opportunity to send you our deepest condolences.

“Thank you for your support.”

Glasgow Times:

Members of the community will line the route tomorrow as the procession will start at Netherhill Road then pass St Catherine's Primary School, where the two boys attended, and finish at the roundabout at the top of Gallowhill Road.

All those who wish to attend are asked to clap softly as the cars pass in a sign of respect to the children and their families. 

A fundraiser to help the family during this difficult time now nears £30,000. 

You can donate to the Crowdfunder here