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Rangers 101

A Pocket Guide in 101 Moments, Objcts, Characters and Games

Tommy McIntyre

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Rangers 101 distils the history of the most successful football club in the world, Glasgow Rangers F.C.

From their founding in 1872 and their first (drawn) League Championship, all the way through to the present day, Rangers’ history is brought to life via people, matches and objects.

In this fascinating volume, Tommy McIntyre traces the nearly 150 years of this unsurpassed institution – sometimes irreverent but always faithful to the characters, controversies, disasters and achievements that have taken place to give the club such a rich tapestry of triumph.

Funny, irreverent, fascinating and insightful, Rangers 101 is the ideal handbook for Rangers fans of all ages.

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