Glasgow Rangers Football Club Memorabilia and signed Autographs
Authentic Glasgow Rangers Football Club Memorabilia and signed Autographs. Genuine signed memorabilia and autographed shirts, photos and much more by Rangers players and legends.
Rangers Football Club is a Scottish professional football club; based in the Govan district of Glasgow which plays in the Scottish Premiership. Although not its official name, often referred to as Glasgow Rangers. The fourth-oldest football club in Scotland, Rangers, founded by four teenage boys as they walked through West End Park (now Kelvingrove Park) in March 1872 where they discussed the idea of forming a football club, and played its first match against the now defunct Callander at the Fleshers’ Haugh area of Glasgow Green in May of the same year. Rangers’ home ground, Ibrox Stadium; which designed by stadia architect Archibald Leitch and opened in 1929; a Category B listed building and the third-largest football stadium in Scotland. The club has played in royal blue shirts for the entirety of its history.
Rangers, the second-most successful club in world football in terms of trophies won, behind only Egyptian club Al Ahly. Also, the club has won the Scottish League title 54 times, a domestic league joint world record; the Scottish Cup 33 times, the Scottish League Cup a record 27 times and the domestic treble on seven occasions, more than any other club.
Rangers won the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1972 after being losing finalists twice; in 1961 (the first British club to reach a UEFA tournament final) and 1967. A third runners-up finish in European competition came in the UEFA Cup in 2008.
Besides, Rangers has a long-standing rivalry with Celtic, the two Glasgow clubs being collectively known as the Old Firm; considered one of the world’s biggest football derbies. With more than 600 Rangers supporters’ clubs in 35 countries worldwide, Rangers autographs has one of the largest fanbases in world football. The club holds the record for the largest travelling support in football history, when an estimated 200,000 Rangers fans arrived in the city of Manchester for the 2008 UEFA Cup Final.
One of the 11 original members of the Scottish Football League, Rangers signed shirts remained in the top division continuously until a financial crisis during the 2011–12 season saw an administration event occur and the original company liquidated with the assets moved to a new company structure. Furthermore, the club was accepted as an associate member of the Scottish Football League and placed in the fourth tier of the Scottish football league system in time for the start of the following season. Rangers autographs then won three promotions in four years, returning to the Premiership for the start of the 2016–17 season. While in the Scottish lower divisions, Rangers became the only club in Scotland to have won every domestic trophy.
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Graeme James Souness (born 6 May 1953) is a Scottish former professional football player, manager, and current pundit on Sky Sports.
A midfielder, Souness was the captain of the successful Liverpool team of the early 1980s, player-manager of Rangers in the late 1980s and captain of the Scotland national team. He also played for Tottenham Hotspur, Middlesbrough and Sampdoria.
Souness’ managerial career began when he joined Rangers, leading them to three Scottish titles and four league cups, before joining Liverpool as manager. He went on to become manager of Galatasaray, Southampton, Torino, Benfica, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.
Walter Ferguson Smith(born 24 February 1948) is a Scottish former football player, manager and director. Primarily associated with his two spells as manager of Scottish club Rangers.
A defender, Smith’s playing career consisted of two spells with Dundee United, split by a short time at Dumbarton. A pelvic injury meant he moved into coaching at Dundee United, working for manager Jim McLean, while he also took charge of the Scotland under-18 and under-21 teams. Smith, assistant to Scotland manager Alex Ferguson at the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico, after it had been announced that he would be moving to Rangers autographs as assistant to Graeme Souness.
Smith became the manager of Rangers in 1991, succeeding Souness. He won 13 major trophies in seven years, including seven league titles in succession. After leaving Rangers at the end of the 1997–98 season, he was appointed manager of English Premier League club Everton. He was in charge at Goodison Park for four seasons before he was sacked in 2002.
After a brief stint as assistant manager to Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, Smith appointed Scotland manager in December 2004. He presided over a revival in their fortunes, taking the national team 70 places up the FIFA World Rankings. After a good start to UEFA Euro 2008 qualification, he resigned as Scotland manager in January 2007 to return to Rangers Football Club Memorabilia. He won eight trophies during his second spell as Rangers manager and guided the team to the 2008 UEFA Cup Final, before retiring from management in 2011. Smith is the second-most successful manager in the history of Rangers memorabilia, behind Bill Struth.
Paul John Gascoigne (born 27 May 1967) is an English former professional football player and manager. Known by his nickname, Gazza. An attacking midfielder, he earned 57 caps in his England career and is widely recognised as the most naturally talented English footballer of his generation.
Born and raised in Gateshead, Gascoigne signed schoolboy terms with Newcastle United, before turning professional with the club in 1985. Three years later, sold to Tottenham Hotspur for £2.2 million. Won the FA Cup with Spurs in 1991, before being sold to Italian club Lazio for £5.5 million. In 1995, transferred to Rangers fc autographs for £4.3 million and helped the club to two league titles and two trophies. Returning to England in a £3.4 million move to Middlesbrough in 1998. Made debut in the Premier League in the 1998–99 season, having already featured in the 1998 Football League Cup Final. He switched to Everton in 2000, and later had spells with Burnley, Gansu Tianma, and Boston United.
Mark Wayne Hateley (born 7 November 1961), nicknamed Attila during his time in Milan, is an English former footballer who played as a centre forward. Hateley’s breakthrough season came at Second Division side Portsmouth, where he ended the 1983–84 season as the club’s top goalscorer. He then moved to A.C. Milan autographs, and despite his time at the club affected by inconsistent performances and injuries; fondly remembered for his winning goal against Inter Milan in 1984. 1987, Hateley signed for Monaco, winning the league in his first season at the Monegasque club.
In 1990, he signed for Rangers. In his five-year spell at the club; he’s a part of a title winning squad in every season, and he attained personal success in the 1993–94 season; voted both the SFWA Footballer of the Year and the SPFA Players’ Player of the Year; as well as the league’s top goalscorer with twenty-two goals. He briefly rejoined the club in 1997, as there were no available forwards for the Old Firm match, but sent off on his second debut. In 1999, Hateley named as part of Rangers’ greatest ever team; and in 2003, inducted to Rangers’ Hall of Fame.
From 1984 to 1992, Hateley made thirty-two appearances for the English national team, scoring nine goals. He was a member of the squads for the 1986 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 1988.
Andrew Lewis Goram (born 13 April 1964) is a Scottish former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. Born in Bury, Lancashire, England, he started his career with Oldham Athletic and Hibernian; best remembered for playing for Rangers Football Club Memorabilia during the 1990s, when he earned the nickname “The Goalie”. In a 2001 poll of Rangers fans, Goram, voted Rangers’ greatest ever goalkeeper. Goram appeared in 43 international matches for Scotland and selected for their squads at the 1986 and 1990 World Cups; UEFA Euro 1992 and UEFA Euro 1996.
After his time with Rangers, he played for many clubs; most notably at Motherwell and a brief loan spell at Manchester United. Goram also represented Scotland at cricket.
Marvin Andrews (born 22 December 1975) is a retired Trinidadian footballer who played as a centre back.
Andrews’s career includes spells at Livingston, with whom he won the Scottish League Cup in 2004; and Rangers memorabilia, where he won the double of the League Cup and the Scottish Premier League title in 2005. Most recently he played for Scottish League Two club Clyde.
Between 1996 and 2006 Andrews was a regular for the Trinidad and Tobago national football team; winning 99 caps up to that point. He had stated that he wished for another callup in future; and earned his 100th cap in a 2–3 defeat to Costa Rica in a FIFA World Cup qualifying match on 6 June 2009.
William Henderson (born 24 January 1944) is a Scottish retired footballer. He played most of his career for Rangers, and spent the latter part of his career with Sheffield Wednesday, in Hong Kong with Hong Kong Rangers and with Airdrieonians. He also featured at international level for Scotland.
Henderson made his career debut in 1960 at the age of 16. He was a very pacy right-winger, and as he was only 5 feet 4 inches tall he became known as Wee Willie.
Barry Ferguson (born 2 February 1978) is a Scottish football coach, former player and pundit who is currently the manager of Alloa Athletic.
Ferguson spent most of his playing career at Rangers, in two spells either side of a £7.5 million transfer to English club Blackburn Rovers. He totalled 431 games and 60 goals for Rangers, whom he captained between 2000 and 2003 and again between 2005 and 2009. Ferguson won the Scottish Premier League, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup five times apiece for Rangers, including a treble in 2003, which earned him the honour of SFWA Footballer of the Year. He also helped Rangers to reach the 2008 UEFA Cup Final.
Barca Bears Memorabilia 1972 Rangers
The 1972 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final was a football match between Scottish team Rangers and Soviet team Dynamo Moscow. Additionally, It took place at the Camp Nou in Barcelona on 24 May 1972 in front of a crowd of 24,701. The final of the 1971–72 European Cup Winners’ Cup, one of three football competitions run by UEFA at the time. It was the 12th European Cup Winners’ Cup final in history.