Dream day as Rangers fans meet their heroes

A GROUP of delighted Rangers fans met up with their heroes on a "Dream Day" at Ibrox and Murray Park this week.

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Ally McCoist and his Rangers stars meet the fans before a training session at Murray Park
Ally McCoist and his Rangers stars meet the fans before a training session at Murray Park

Supporters with a life-limiting illness or long-term disability, or who had a difficult experience recently, were invited to meet the players as part of an initiative by the Rangers Charity Foundation.

They started off the day at the Light Blues training ground at Auchenhowie where they chatted to and had photographs taken with their favourite first team players.

After that they watched manager Ally McCoist put his charges through their paces in training.

Callum Rowley said: "I've had the best day of my life."

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