Rangers fans have unveiled a poignant tribute for Thomas McAllister who died following last week's Benfica clash.

We previously reported the much-loved football fan tragically passed away in Lisbon after travelling to Portugal to watch Rangers vs Benfica on Thursday, March 7.

Now, fellow club supporters have unveiled a touching tribute for the 25-year-old at tonight's match against Benfica at Ibrox.

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A banner hanging from stands of the stadium said: "RIP Thomas McAllister - September 27, 1998 - March 7, 2024.

Glasgow Times:

Following his death, tributes flocked in for the kind-hearted young man.

One said: "You've left us all heartbroken, still can't come to terms with this news."

Another said: "A cheeky, funny amazing character. What a boy, Tam. You will be sorely missed, buddy." 

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While another added: "Gutted, I don't even know what to say. I never thought I'd have to write this. RIP Thomas." 

Meanwhile, a relative said: "Cannot get my head around this. You were the best cousin ever, love you always."