01 Mar 2010 - 05 Sep 2018
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Hall of Fame
Rangers Credit Card
William Wilton was the first manager of Rangers Football Club but he had already been at the club for 16 years before he was appointed to the post.
The imposing figure of Bill Struth was to cast a long shadow over Rangers Football Club. During his 34 years as manager, his influence was such that it shaped the club's future for many generations to come.
SCOT Symon had the arduous task of following the legendary Bill Struth but he left his own indelible mark on the club during 13 years as Rangers manager.
David White found himself pitched into the Ibrox hot seat in a sudden and unexpected manner.
For almost 50 years, Willie Waddell probably contributed more to Rangers than any other man - as player, manager and executive of the club.
Jock Wallace was the first man to have been Rangers manager twice and, in the first of those stints, he had the unprecedented success of guiding his team to win two League, Cup and League Cup Trebles in the space of three seasons.
In an explosive end to the fantastic Treble season of 1977/78, John Greig was suddenly thrust from the playing field into manager's office.
Graeme Souness, Rangers' first player-manager, had already built a formidable reputation as a world class midfielder with Liverpool, Sampdoria and Scotland by the time he arrived at Ibrox.
Walter Smith grew up in Carmyle as a true blue Rangers supporter and went on to become an Ibrox legend.
Dick Advocaat became only the tenth manager in the history of Rangers Football Club when he succeeded Walter Smith on June 1, 1998.
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Rangers Young Supporters
10/11 home kit
14 August 2010
General Match Information
28 November 2010
Light Blues Back In Action
PRE season training kicks off at Murray Park
Haggs Castle Golf Day
Rangers 3-3 Motherwell
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