A memorial service for the late Rangers manager Walter Smith is set to take place in Glasgow.
Invited guests will gather at Glasgow Cathedral on Friday to celebrate the life of the former Ibrox boss.
Smith, who also managed Scotland and Everton during his career, died last month at the age of 73.
Rangers have said that the although the service is not open to the general public, it will be available to free to view on the club channels later in the day.
Earlier this month, fans lined the streets around Ibrox to pay their respects to Smith as his funeral cortege made its way through Govan before a private family service.
On Wednesday, MPs also paid tribute to Smith, who won 21 major honours in two spells as Rangers manager.
Leading an adjournment debate held in recognition of Smith’s legacy on Scottish football, SNP MP Brendan O’Hara described Smith as a “thoroughly decent and honourable man”.
He told MPs: “Walter Smith had a remarkable managerial career, one which will live long in the memory.
“But perhaps more importantly, Walter Smith will be remembered as being a thoroughly decent and honourable man.
“A man who despite proudly wearing his Rangers colours, managed to cut across the maelstrom of football rivalry in Glasgow and is a hugely respected figure on the green half of the city too.”