READERS paid tribute to Rangers legend Davie Wilson after it was revealed yesterday that he had passed away at the age of 85.

WHAT a player he was. Condolences to Davie junior and all the family at this sad time.
Lovely man, had the pleasure to meet him a few times out with football. He was so humble.
Never seen him play but remember my auld Da always talking about him.
Sad news indeed.
Charlie George

VERY sad news. RIP.
Martin Neilson

ANOTHER of Scottish football’s greatest is gone. My condolences to his family and loved ones.
Requiescat In Pace Mr Wilson.
Brian McGuire

SAD news. An absolute Rangers legend with the goals tally and medals haul to back it up. Requiescat In Pace.
Desmond Campbell

THOUGHTS with the Wilson family at this sad time. Great player and ambassador for Rangers and Scottish football in general.
John McLeod

I READ in the media lately that Prince Andrew could be sent to Scotland to rebuild his life in the wake of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal it is claimed.
The only time in my opinion Prince Andrew enjoyed Scotland was when he constantly travelled by private jet to golf clubs where he enjoyed being wined and dined at the public expense.
I think if you were to ask the majority of the people in Scotland their thoughts regarding this they would send him packing. 
He is now a total embarrassment to the royal family and the people of London who want rid of him, well try Wales or Northern Ireland in my opinion he’s definitely not wanted in Scotland.


READERS had their say on our Facebook page on whether we need more cycle lanes in ...

WHAT we need is fewer takeaway drivers on bikes in the city centre. 
They are going to end up killing someone.
Peter Connelly

YEAH, that’s what we need – more empty cycle lanes while our roads crumble.
George Hart

SPEND money on fixing potholes and sort out the refuse situation.
Isobel Sinclair

CYCLE lanes are fine, however, cyclists should be mandated to wear helmets, have mirrors on their bikes and be insured.
Pauline Baxter