Terry Butcher Autograph Signed Rangers FC Photo 8×10 1

Authentic Terry Butcher Autograph Signed Rangers FC Photo 8×10 1. Signed in black marker pen across his arm.

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Authentic Terry Butcher Autograph Signed Rangers FC Photo 8×10 1. Signed in black marker pen across his arm.

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Terry Butcher Autograph Signed Rangers FC Photo 8×10 1

Authentic Terry Butcher Autograph Signed Rangers FC Photo 8×10 1. Signed in black marker pen across his arm.

 

 

 

Terry Ian Butcher (born 28 December 1958) is an English former professional footballer and manager. He is currently working as an academy coach for Ipswich Town.

During his playing career as a defender, Butcher captained the England national team, winning 77 caps in a ten-year international career that featured three FIFA World Cups. Butcher also enjoyed success in his club career, particularly with Ipswich Town and Rangers. He has subsequently managed clubs in England, Scotland; Australia and Wales, and also had a brief spell in charge of the Philippines national team.

 

Rangers

In 1986, Butcher left Ipswich when they relegated; and became one of the first ‘English invasion’ players to join Scottish club Rangers following the appointment of Graeme Souness as manager. Souness, the former Liverpool player, paid Ipswich £725,000 for him in July 1986. As captain, he led them to three League titles in four seasons, plus two Scottish League Cups.

In November 1987 he broke his leg during a Scottish Premier Division fixture against Aberdeen; which ruled him out for the rest of the season. Before he was injured, Butcher was close to signing a £1million return to England with Manchester United; but his injury saw the transfer cancelled and United manager Alex Ferguson signed Norwich City’s Steve Bruce instead.

In April 1988 Butcher convicted of disorderly conduct and breach of the peace due to his behaviour in an Old Firm match in November 1987. He was fined £250. In October 1988 Butcher was the subject of a police investigation; when he kicked the referee’s room door off its hinges after a match at Pittodrie. No criminal charges brought, but the SFA fined Butcher £1500.

His last Rangers game came in September 1990, in a 2–1 league defeat against Dundee United. He was partly responsible for both of the opposition’s goals; leading to him being dropped from the side. In November 1990, approached by Leeds United; and came close to signing for the Elland Road club, but then offered job as player-manager of Coventry City.