The Scotland international spent six years at Ibrox.
Rangers face a mammoth day in their history this afternoon, as their extraordinary general meeting gets under way in Glasgow.
They have since worked their way back up the ladder to battle for promotion back to the SPL this season, but off the field turmoil has continued.
Today is expected to see Dave King lead a takeover of the current board at Rangers, hopefully providing some lasting stability at the legendary club who have fallen on ridiculously hard times.
One former player has now Tweeted his hope that everything runs without a hitch today.
Charlie Adam came through the ranks at Dundee but joined Rangers when he was 17-years-old. The Stoke City player spent six years at the club before falling out of favour and eventually joining Blackpool, after a period on loan with The Seasiders.
Since then he has played for Liverpool and joined Stoke in 2012. But he clearly still has fond memories of Rangers and sent out this Tweet earlier today:
A massive day for the future off @RangersFC today.. Hopefully Dave king can sort the mess and get it back too where it should be.— Charlie Adam (@Charlie26Adam) March 6, 2015
Rangers fans will be hoping for exactly the same thing.