Lee McCulloch is back on Twitter and he’s certainly seen plenty get in touch with him since the return to the social media site.
It can be a tough place to be when you’re famous – not that I’d know at all – and so let’s hope he doesn’t get too much stick.
Of course, he’s more than capable of handling it anyway and he showed he’s also still got a bit when it comes to looking after the football.
He was just one of the many legends to return to Ibrox last month in the game for charity and he and the likes of Barry Ferguson were certainly impressive.
Let’s take a look at one of his tweets about the welcome back he’s had to both Twitter and Ibrox, then, as well as some of the response – which is so far nice and friendly as you might expect from our fans!
— Lee McCulloch (@LeeHMcCulloch) April 1, 2018
Big Grado was closer to scoring on the day though…
— Robert Boyle (@RFC_Rab) April 1, 2018
Mate you can still play!
— Beth x (@Titch9x) April 2, 2018
Thanks for signing my picture Lee. Flag Bearer.
— charlie eagleton (@chazer1690) April 2, 2018
That’s 3/4 greatest gers ive seen. But we need @clinthill29
— william mcfadyen (@McfadyenWilliam) April 1, 2018
Great to have you back Lee. Well played! #RangersFamily
— GERSACE (@handsruss) April 2, 2018
Now that we’ve all had enough time to forget that you were getting paid £12k pw to play in the 3rd Div, I genuinely think there should be some kind of commemoration of you, Neil Alexander, Kyle Hutton and the others who stayed. Your Rangers career is unique. pic.twitter.com/3D4xuPGvud
— Martyn McClure (@MartynMcClure) April 2, 2018
You’d 2 look as if you’d could still play wish you’d would
— Mownngrown Garden Maintenance (@MnGmaintenance) April 2, 2018
Once a Ranger always a Ranger Lee you deserve your place in our history.
— DaveT (@grb1972) April 1, 2018