Former Rangers midfielder Fernando Ricksen has died at the age of 43.
He had been suffering from motor neurone disease.
Ricksen, who spent six trophy-laden seasons at Ibrox, was one of several Dutch players to join the club during manager Dick Advocaat’s reign in the summer of 2000.
In October 2013, he revealed he was suffering from motor neuron disease and since then has raised awareness and funds for the Fernando Ricksen Foundation which aims to help others suffering from the illness.
A benefit match was held at Ibrox in January 2015, and attracted more than 41,000 fans to Ibrox. It raised £320,000 with the proceeds split between Ricksen, his daughter Isabella, MND Scotland and the Rangers Charity Foundation.
A member of the Rangers Hall of Fame, he also won 12 caps for his native Holland.