Football fans, players and clubs have all offered messages of support to Rangers, Scotland and Hearts legend Sandy Jardine after it emerged he is suffering from liver cancer.
The 63-year-old confirmed he had the condition at the weekend and First Minister Alex Salmond and former Celtic star John Hartson, who has fought his own battle against cancer, were among the first to wish him well.
Jardine played more than 500 games for Rangers during a 17-year spell at the club between 1965 to 1982, winning the UEFA Cup Winners Cup in 1972.
The defender later spent six years at Hearts before going on to manage the Edinburgh club.
Jardine won 38 caps for Scotland during his career, including all three matches in the 1974 World Cup finals.
In recent months, he has been at the front of fan protests during a tumultuous period for Rangers. The right-back led a march to Hampden stadium in April after the SFA imposed a transfer ban on the club.
Here, we look back at some of the moments in Jardine's illustrious career.
Sandy Jardine in action for Rangers.
Sandy Jardine (centre with trophy) with other members of the 1972 UEFA Cup Winners Cup team.
Hibs' Paul Kane (left) is shadowed by Sandy Jardine during Hearts' 2-1 over Hibs on August 25, 1984.
Rangers legends Charlie Miller (left), Sandy Jardine and Willie Henderson (right) are pictured earlier this month promoting the club's 140th Anniversary celebration match against Stirling Albion.
Scotland captain Sandy Jardine (centre) introduces team mate Arthur Duncan (right) to British Policitian Denis Howell in season 1974/75.
Sandy Jardine in action for Hearts.
Rangers legend Sandy Jardine makes his way up the Hampden steps as he leads Rangers fans in protest against the SFA in April, 2012
Football players, clubs and fans from around Scotland have posted messages of support for Jardine on social media site Twitter.
Rangers fan and comedian Andy Cameron said:
Sandy Jardine is one of the main reasons we are still a club. Every bluenose in the World must have him in their thoughts at this time. ATB— Andy Cameron (@andycameron1940) November 17, 2012
Celtic’s teenage striker Tony Watt wrote:
Sad news that rangers legend sandy jardine has been treated for cancer! Hope he battles through it! Thoughts and prayers with him and family— Tony Watt (@tonywatt32) November 17, 2012
Rangers fan Dougie Low commented:
Get well soon sandy jardineeveryone in the #RangerFamily is behind you— dougie low (@doug1872) November 19, 2012
Another Rangers fan, Gordon Martin, said:
I have met Sandy Jardine a couple of times and he's a gentleman, thinking of him and his family at this time.— Gordon Martin ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (@gordon2martin) November 19, 2012
Celtic FC said:
Everyone at Celtic is very saddened to hear that Sandy Jardine has cancer. Best wishes to Sandy and his family at this time. (TH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 18, 2012
Former Rangers player Maurice Edu said:
Terrible news hearing about Sandy Jardine. Hope he recovers from this. Thoughts and prayers are with him and his family! #getwellsandy!— Maurice Edu (@MauriceEdu) November 17, 2012
And Scotland midfielder and former Rangers player Charlie Adam posted:
Shocked to hear news about sandy jardine. Hope he recovers from it. True rangers legend.— Charlie Adam (@Charlie26Adam) November 17, 2012
The former defender has thanked everyone for their support.
He said: “I would like to thank everyone for their best wishes and kind support.
“As you can appreciate this is a difficult time for me and my family and I ask that you respect our privacy.”