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All Past Rangers Match Reports
Rangers Facts and Statistics From Every Day of The Year
Hardback Cover with Stylish Silver Embossing
Perfect 12 x 19cm Size
The Perfect Gift for Rangers Fans
A lot of football fans associate specific years with their football club, but what about certain days? With the Rangers On This Day fact book, you can discover pivotal moments in Gers history from Ibrox, Hampden Park, Europe and beyond, for any given day of the year. Like April 30th, the day the club clinched the first of their six domestic trebles in 1949 with a 4-1 victory over Albion Rovers on the final day of the league season. Or 24th May, the date of the European Cup Winners’ Cup final in 1972, when Rangers, after losing two finals previously a decade earlier, defeated Dynamo Moscow to lift their first piece of continental silverware. Or September 2nd, when, in 1961, the man voted the greatest ever Ranger, John Grieg, made his debut in a League Cup tie against Aidrie, the first of his 755 appearances for the club.
Personalising Your Rangers Fact Book
You can personalise your football book with any Name of up to 22 characters over 1 line, which will be embossed on the front cover.
Please note: The ‘Presented To’ on the front cover is printed as standard.
History of Rangers Facts Book Information
Silver emboss your books front cover with any Name up to 22 characters long at no extra charge.
This book has a silver embossed hardback cover measuring 12 x 9cm and is available for 14 major football teams, with Rugby Union and International Cricket also available. Cover colour is subject to change.
Our History of Rangers Facts Book is an unofficial product that is in no way affiliate with the club, unless specifically stated.
Rated 5 out of 5
based on 2 reviews
TaytoAugust 30 2019
A very nice book that any football fan would like to receive.
JBApril 12 2018
Present for husband. He really liked it. Personalisation was a nice touch