Former Ipswich Town goalkeeper Neil Alexander has retired from playing, following a season with Scottish side Livingston and was appointed goalkeeping coach at Dundee United.
The now 40-year old made 31 appearances for the blues during his six-month spell at Portman Road , before he joined Scottish giants Rangers in January 2008 for an undisclosed deal.
He made 94 appearances during his five year spell at Ibrox, where he helped them win three Scottish Premier Leagues and five Scottish cups.
Alexander remained at the club as they went into administration and were subsequently
liquidated in 2012, before he helped them win the Scottish Third Division in his final season
at the club.
He left Rangers in summer of 2013, and joined Crystal Palace on a one-year deal but he made just one appearance, so he returned to Scotland, joining Hearts in the summer of 2014, helping them win the Scottish Championship in the 2014-15 season.
In the summer of 2016, he joined Aberdeen, but failed to make an appearance for them, before he joined Scottish Championship side Livingston in July 2017, returning to the club 16 years after he left for Cardiff City.
During his first and final season at the club, he helped them gain promotion to the Scottish Premiership and announced his retirement from the game to become goalkeeping coach
at Scottish Championship side Dundee United.