EDITORS COMMENTS In this 20x16 inch pencil drawing print of Davie Cooper, the enigmatic Scottish football legend comes alive through the skilled hand of an accomplished artist. Double mounted, this exquisite piece is a testament to the enduring legacy of a player who left an indelible mark on Rangers Football Club and Scottish football as a whole. Born in 1953 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Davie Cooper was a prolific winger who graced the Ibrox pitch from 1971 to 1981. His electrifying performances, marked by blistering pace, silky skills, and an uncanny ability to create goals, earned him the moniker "Fleet-footed Cooper" and made him a fan favorite. This stunning pencil drawing captures the essence of Cooper's athleticism and charisma, with every line and shade expertly rendered to bring out the depth and detail of his features. The artist's mastery of the medium is evident in the intricately textured hair, the subtlety of the facial expressions, and the lifelike quality of the eyes. Mounted on high-quality acid-free mount board, this print is not only a beautiful addition to any home or office, but also a wise investment for football enthusiasts and collectors. The double mounting adds an elegant frame to the image, enhancing its visual appeal and creating a sophisticated look that complements any decor. Davie Cooper's career may have ended prematurely due to injury, but his influence on Rangers Football Club and Scottish football remains undiminished. This exquisite pencil drawing serves as a poignant reminder of his talent, passion, and indomitable spirit, making it a treasured possession for fans and collectors alike.
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