The former Scotland striker Maurice Johnston is to be inducted into Scottish Football's Hall of Fame.
He triggered controversy as a former Celtic player who signed for Old Firm rivals Rangers in 1989, only days after pledging to re-sign for Celtic.
Johnston joins the likes of Jock Stein, Denis Law, Jimmy Johnstone, Brian Laudrup and Henrik Larsson.
The Hall of Fame is a permanent feature in the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Stadium.
In an interview with BBC Scotland in 2007, Billy McNeill, who was Celtic manager in 1989, claimed Johnston had signed a contract but the club's board failed to pay Nantes the fee due for the controversial striker.
When he signed for Rangers he became the first high-profile Catholic since the Second World War to play for the club.
Johnston started his career at Partick Thistle and then moved to Watford where he was an FA Cup finalist in 1984.
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