Rangers signed 2008/2009 football shirt by Squad and management

Authentic Rangers signed 2008/2009 football shirt by Squad and management. Signed in black marker and professionally framed measuring 32×24″. Signatures include: Walter Smith, Ally McCoist, Allan McGregor, Barry Ferguson etc

 

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Authentic Rangers signed 2008/2009 football shirt by Squad and management. Signed in black marker and professionally framed measuring 32×24″. Signatures include: Walter Smith, Ally McCoist, Allan McGregor, Barry Ferguson etc

 

*** Framed items are priced UK Only postage. If International please contact for a quote ***

 

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Rangers signed 2008/2009 football shirt by Squad and management

 

Authentic Rangers signed 2008/2009 football shirt by Squad and management. Signed in black marker and professionally framed measuring 32×24″. Signatures include: Walter Smith, Ally McCoist, Allan McGregor, Barry Ferguson etc

 

 

 

Rangers played a total of 49 competitive matches during the 2008–09 season. The season began disastrously as the club exited the UEFA Champions League and European football altogether; losing 2–1 on aggregate to Lithuanian side FBK Kaunas in the second qualifying round. The first leg at Ibrox finished goalless, but the return leg ended in defeat for Rangers after an 87th-minute header from Linas Pilibaitis. The financial consequences of the failures to qualify for the Champions League were revealed. When the club posted a loss of £3.9m for the six months to December 2008, and in March decided to offer staff the option of voluntary redundancy as a way of cutting costs. 2008 Rangers signed shirt.

There was also mounting pressure on the manager to reduce the first team squad from 28 players to a more manageable figure. The player excess was eased slightly with the departures of Chris Burke. Jean-Claude Darcheville and a couple out on loan deals but the increased debt meant that the club needed to find a cash injection. This resulted in the attempted sale of Kris Boyd autographs to Birmingham City which fell through due to the players wage demands. Genuine rangers 2009 signed shirt.

 

Genuine Rangers squad signed football shirt

In the first Old Firm game of the season, Rangers won 4–2, with Pedro Mendes scoring his first goal for the club. And Kenny Miller scoring a double against his former employers. But the team’s league form stuttered thereafter. Despite a run of five wins from six matches following the Old Firm victory. The side trailed Celtic by seven points in the league at the turn of the year. For the first few months of 2009 both sides dropped and gained points; on the other and Rangers briefly took over top spot of the Scottish Premier League on 21 February after a win against Kilmarnock. The spell as league leaders lasted less than a fortnight. A defeat and a draw, both at home, to Inverness and Hearts respectively. Saw Smith’s side sit second in the table, one point behind Celtic, at the split.

 

Rangers kit 2008 signed

The fourth Old Firm league meeting of the season finished with a 1–0 win to Rangers, thanks to a Steven Davis strike. This meant that, with three league games remaining, Rangers were two points ahead of Celtic. Further twists and turns followed, both Old Firm sides drew their matches against Hibernian at Easter Road.  So Rangers were ahead by two points with one round of matches remaining. Smith’s side just needed a win against Dundee United to guarantee the club’s 52nd league title. That is exactly what they got, goals from Kyle Lafferty. Pedro Mendes and Kris Boyd sealed a 3–0 win and the club’s first league championship in four seasons.

 

Authentic Rangers players signature

The club played in the finals of both of the domestic cup competitions for the second season running. The 2009 Scottish League Cup Final was reached by defeating Partick Thistle. Hamilton and Falkirk en route but the final; ended in a 2–0 defeat at the hands of Old Firm rivals Celtic. The match was Walter Smith‘s first ever Old Firm final and was marred by a Kirk Broadfoot sending off deep into extra time for a foul on Aidan McGeady inside the penalty box. Celtic, subsequently awarded a penalty which McGeady himself converted.

Rangers qualified for the 2009 Scottish Cup Final after beating St Mirren 3–0 in the semi-final. The second goal of the game scored by Kris Boyd and was his 100th goal for Rangers. The team faced Falkirk at Hampden Park on 30 May 2009. In what was the club’s 51st Scottish Cup Final appearance. A Nacho Novo strike in the first minute of the second half. Ggave Rangers a 1–0 win and completed the domestic double

 

 

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