Rangers legend Bobby Brown has been inducted into the Scottish Hall of Fame.
Brown played as a goalkeeper for the Scottish giants from 1946 until 1956 and was renowned for his prowess as a custodian.
He went on to play a total of 296 games and kept 109 clean sheets in the process. The goalkeeper, now 92, was part of the famed Rangers defence that consisted of George Young, Jock Shaw, Ian McColl, Willie Woodburn and Sammy Cox that was famously termed the ‘Iron Curtain.’
The Scotsman also represented the Scottish national team in five games, making his debut against Northern Ireland in 1947.
Brown has been inducted in the Scottish Hall of Fame for his services to the game, and current Rangers boss Mark Warburton has paid rich tribute to the legendary custodian.
“It was an honour to be asked to present Bobby Brown with his award for being inducted into the Scottish Hall of Fame”, the manager was quoted as saying by his club’s site.
“At 92 years of age Bobby is fit and well and displayed a mind as sharp as a tack as he reeled off so many stories about his illustrious playing career, it was truly a privilege to be present at such an occasion.”
During the course of his career at Ibrox, Brown won three titles, as many Scottish Cups and two League Cups.