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Inducted in 2011

Terry Butcher

1958 —

A committed captain and born leader, Terry was an integral part of Bobby Robson’s Ipswich team which would win the UEFA Cup and come close to winning the Football League. He was an established England international player, having played at the 1982 and 1986 World Cup Finals, when Graeme Souness brought him north to play for Rangers in July 1986. His arrival along with that of fellow England international Chris Woods perhaps best encapsulates the ‘Souness Revolution’ at Ibrox stadium. The inspirational captain was the driving force on the field which led the Ibrox club to three league championship titles and two Scottish League Cups between 1986 and 1990. Whilst still a Rangers player, Butcher led England to the semi finals of the World Cup in 1990 and afterwards retired from international football after winning an impressive 77 caps (32 of them as a Rangers player).

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