James Tavernier will lift the Scottish Premiership trophy on Saturday when Aberdeen are the visitors to Ibrox on the final day of the season.
It will be the club’s first league title celebration in a decade and the Englishman will join a long list of club captains to lead the team crowned the top side in Scotland.
Many great names in Scottish football history have donned the armband and led the Blues out of the Ibrox tunnel, and we take a look back on the last ten to do so and lift a league title at the conclusion of a campaign.
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1. Davie Weir
Captain Davie Weir and manager Walter Smith lifted the last title on May 15 2011
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2. Barry Ferguson
Lifted the SPL trophy for the first time as Rangers captain in 2003 and it would not be the last.
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3. Fernando Ricksen
Helicopter Sunday in 2005 saw the late Fernando Ricksen lift the trophy in the absence of club captain Stefan Klos
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4. Lorenzo Amoruso
Captain of Dick Advocaat's side, Amoruso lifted the trophy three times as captain of Rangers including here in 2000.
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