RANGERS Football Club will hold one minute of silence ahead of the friendly match with Bury in memory of club legends Johnny Hubbard and Harold Davis who recently died.

Johnny, who moved to Bury when he left Ibrox in 1959, made 238 competitive appearances for the Light Blues in a 10-year spell and also netted 104 goals.

Known as ‘the Penalty King’, Hubbard scored an astonishing 65 out of 68 spot-kicks during his Gers career. He passed away on June 21 at the age of 87.

Harold, meanwhile, formed part of a formidable Rangers defence in his spell between 1956 and 1964, and was a part of the first British side to compete in a European final in 1961.

That he made it to that level was truly extraordinary, given he had earlier spent almost two years in hospital with gunfire injuries from the Korean War. He passed away on June 26 at the age of 85.

Rangers’ match with Bury takes place at Ibrox Stadium on Friday, July 6 at 7.15pm.

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