Former Celtic manager Wim Jansen has died aged 75.
Feyenoord confirmed his death on Tuesday as they paid their respects to “a wonderful person and great Feyenoord player”.
Jansen only spent one season in Glasgow but is famed for stopping Rangers winning 10 in a Row in 1998, reports The Daily Record.
He worked with Henrik Larsson at Feyenoord and brought the legendary Swede with him to Glasgow in 1997.
Jansen confirmed in October last year that he had been living with dementia shortly before his 75th birthday.
Feyenoord have now confirmed his passing in a short statement which reads: “A wonderful person and great Feyenoord player is no more.
“Wim Jansen, rest in peace…”