An ex-Rangers star joined 'hundreds' of Glaswegians at the weekend in a bid to raise money for charity. 

Marvin Andrews joined around 250 Glaswegians at the Blue All Over Fun Run at Ibrox on Sunday, April 23. 

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The event, which raises money for the Rangers Charity Foundation, saw supporters complete a 5K for the cause. 

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Speaking on the event, which started back in 2016, David Henson, Rangers Charity Foundation supporter engagement and events executive, said: "The fans did so well at the run and the atmosphere was great on the day.

"Our Fun Runs at Ibrox have been a huge success over the years and the money raised will all be used to help support our work with our charity partners and in the community.

"I want to thank our fans for their generosity and enthusiasm for supporting us and all our contributors who helped make this day possible.

"Special thanks to Marvin for being such a good sport and getting Blue All Over.”

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Andrews led the warm up, and fans were treated to a performance from singer, Jodie Pollock, after they crossed the finish line. 

However, these weren't the only famous faces at the event. 

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Greg Smith ran around Ibrox Stadium to help fundraise for the Foundation and its charity partners.

He said: "It was great. Absolutely covered in paint but it was brilliant.

"It was the first time we’ve done it, but we’d definitely come back for round two.

"We were running in memory of my mother in-law Teresa Hunter who worked for the club and that helped spur us on."

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Rangers B player, Cameron Cooper, who helped get the participants caked in paint added: "It was a great laugh, and we like helping out the Charity in any way we can.

"It was great to see so many people help raise money for our Foundation while having fun."

The total figure for the amount raised is not yet known.

To find out more about what the Rangers Charity Foundation do, click HERE