Rangers fans have been invited to pay their final respects to "treasured friend" Mary 'Tiny' Gallacher outside Ibrox. 

The funeral cortege is set to pass Ibrox at noon on Tuesday, November 14 - with fans invited to gather along Edmiston Drive to honour the club icon.

Mary, known as 'Tiny', had been part of the staff at the Govan side for over 50 years after joining the club in 1967, following in the footsteps of her mother,  Lizzie Love, and her grandmother Maggie Lindsay.

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The much-loved staff member was also invited to Monte Carlo, in 2001, to receive a special UEFA award on behalf of her loyal service to the club.

Described as a "treasured friend" to many of the players and staff over the generations, Mary received the  John Greig Achievement Award in 2014 for her dedication to the club.

Upon retiring, Tiny was given a guard of honour from the players to mark her retirement in 2019.

On October 25, this year the club sadly announced that Mary had passed away. 

Speaking at the time of the announcement, James Bisgrove, Rangers CEO, said: "On behalf of everyone at Rangers football club we are deeply saddened to hear of Tiny’s passing.

“She dedicated her life to Rangers and worked at the club for more than five decades in a variety of roles.

“Tiny was a trusted friend and colleague to a host of Rangers legends and a much-cherished member of the Rangers family.

“Our thoughts are with her family at this sad and difficult time.”