A double amputee who lost both his legs is taking part in a charity walk to raise money for his beloved Dundee FC.
Ronnie McIntosh, 61, lost both his legs after complications with kidney failure.
The lifelong Dark Blues fan will complete a walk around Dens Park at halftime during Saturday’s home match against Stirling Albion.
He is taking part in the walk to raise money for the Dundee FC Supporters’ Society, which is helping the club recover from its latest financial difficulties after it was plunged into administration for the second time in seven years.
Ronnie was a regular marathon runner before his illness and, after a successful kidney transplant, now competes in race walking.
He met up with the Dundee players on Friday before the game.
Ronnie told STV News: “You get a transplant to live your life, you don't get a transplant to sit about the house doing nothing. That's the way I look at it.”