Allan McGregor Signed Scotland football shirt Goalkeeping legend

Authentic Allan McGregor Signed Scotland football shirt Goalkeeping legend. Original Diadora shirt signed in black marker. Shirt is size Large.

£120.00

Authentic Allan McGregor Signed Scotland football shirt Goalkeeping legend. Original Diadora shirt signed in black marker. Shirt is size Large.

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Allan McGregor Signed Scotland football shirt Goalkeeping legend

Authentic Allan McGregor Signed Scotland football shirt Goalkeeping legend. Original Diadora shirt signed in black marker. Shirt is size Large.

 

 

 

Allan James McGregor (born 31 January 1982) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Scottish Premiership club Rangers. McGregor has also previously played for St Johnstone, Dunfermline Athletic, Turkish team Beşiktaş; English club Hull City, Welsh side Cardiff City and the Scotland national team.

A product of the Hutchison Vale youth football club in Edinburgh, McGregor made his first team debut for Rangers in February 2002 in a Scottish Cup match against Forfar Athletic. He was later loaned out to St Johnstone and Dunfermline Athletic; before becoming a regular Rangers first team player at the start of the 2006–07 season. McGregor made over 200 appearances for Rangers, winning 11 major honours in the process, including a hat-trick of league titles in 2009, 2010 and 2011, three Scottish Cups and five Scottish League Cups.

Following the liquidation of Rangers parent company in 2012, McGregor exercised his legal rights to become a free agent. He then signed a two-year contract with Beşiktaş. After one season in Turkey, McGregor moved to Hull City. In May 2018, McGregor signed a two-year contract with Rangers.

McGregor made his full international debut for Scotland in May 2007. Suspended for two weeks by his club, and the Scottish Football Association said that McGregor would never play for Scotland again; after multiple breaches of squad discipline following Scotland’s 3–0 defeat to the Netherlands on 28 March 2009. The following year, this ban from international football was overturned by Scotland manager Craig Levein. He made 42 appearances for Scotland in total, and announced his retirement from international play in March 2019.