Gert Jan Goudswaard, remember him Rangers fans?
The Dutchman was a club doctor at Gers for four years after being brought in by ex-boss Dick Advocaat.
And after scuppering the transfer of a Spanish star to Ibrox, he now has a ROCKnamed after him in Espanyol!
The Light Blues agreed a bumper £11million move to sign Raul Tamudo from the La Liga side 16 years ago after Michael Mols was ruled out with a long-term injury.
Tamudo told how he was ready to sign for Rangers against his will and said: “They told me: you go, or your teammates aren’t getting paid.”
After thrashing out terms with Gers, all that was left was for him to undergo a medical in Glasgow.
But after two hours in a MRI machine, Dr Jan Goudswaard advised AGAINST the move.
The striker then returned to Spain before becoming an Espanyol legend – netting 129 goals in 340 appearances.
And now, Dr Jan Goudswaard has a Spanish fan club called ‘Doctor Gert, Diga 23’ as a thank you over the collapsed Gers move.
In the end, Rangers broke the Scottish transfer record for another striker.