Did Broadfoot play for Rangers?

Did Broadfoot play for Rangers?

The 36-year-old was contemplating his next steps after leaving Kilmarnock earlier this summer. Broadfoot has won three Scottish Premiership titles with Rangers and since leaving Ibrox, has represented Kilmarnock and St Mirren, having started his career at the latter. He now moves north for cinch Championship football.

How old is Kirk Broadfoot?

37 years (August 8, 1984)
Kirk Broadfoot/Age

What does Broadfoot mean?

Broadfoot Name Meaning Scottish (also Braidfoot): from Old English brad ‘broad’ + fot ‘foot’, probably a descriptive nickname but in some cases possibly a topographic name for someone who lived at the foot of a mountain.

Where is Kirk Broadfoot from?

Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C.#15 / Defender
Kirk Broadfoot/Current teams

Who does Kirk Broadfoot play for?

Who did Kirk Broadfoot play for?

When did Kirk Broadfoot play for Rangers football team?

Broadfoot played in the 2008 Scottish League Cup Final helping Rangers to a 3–2 penalty shootout win at Hampden Park against Dundee United. He also played a significant role in Rangers’ run to the 2008 UEFA Cup Final, but had to settle for a runners-up medal as the side lost 2–0 to Russian outfit Zenit Saint Petersburg.

How many goals has Kris Boyd scored for Rangers?

He transferred to Rangers in January 2006, and was their top goalscorer in each of his seasons at Ibrox. He is the top goalscorer in the history of the Scottish Premier League, with 167 goals in total. Boyd had a short spell in English football with Middlesbrough, during which time he was sent on loan to Nottingham Forest.

Where did Kris Boyd start his football career?

Kris Boyd (born 18 August 1983) is a Scottish former professional footballer . Boyd grew up in Turkey and started his senior career with Kilmarnock. He transferred to Rangers in January 2006, and was their top goalscorer in each of his seasons at Ibrox.

When did Kris Boyd join Kilmarnock Football Club?

Boyd’s form during the 2005–06 attracted interest from Championship sides Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday had offers accepted by Kilmarnock, however, Boyd rejected the moves. Following speculation that he would sign in the January transfer window, Boyd officially joined Rangers on 1 January 2006.