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Yesterday’s Ibrox launch with club legend Ian Durrant today sparked a tide of well-wishing articles about Glasgow Rangers: The Journey. The book by Rangers photographer Willie Vass and longtime football writer/Pitch author Jeff Holmes tells the incredible story – in words and stunning colour pictures – of a record-breaking club's demise and rise.
Financial woes, serious mismanagement and a string of embarrassing on-field displays had supporters wondering just how their club had ended up in such a mess. Demoted to the bottom tier of Scottish football by a seemingly uncaring legislative body and blood-seeking rival clubs, Rangers had to clamber up from the depths of the game, but far from being left to do it alone, they were backed by the most incredible supporters Scottish football has ever witnessed.
Here’s just two of today’s big spreads in the Scottish press, which included generous articles on the book on the Rangers official site, in the Daily Record (top right), the Evening Times (bottom right), the Sun, the Daily Mail, the Herald and more besides. Thanks to Stephen Kerr at Level5PR, Ian Durrant and all at the club – and well done Willie and Jeff!
Want to know what all the fuss was about? In Glasgow Rangers: The Journey you will discover:
Click here for more information, or to read a sample from Glasgow Rangers: The Journey