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Apart from being defeated 2—1 by Forfar Athletic in the first round of the League Cup on 3 August, season —14 got off to an excellent start with Rangers winning maximum league points in their first 15 games in League One , before being held to a draw at home by Stranraer on Boxing Day Rangers secured the League One title and promotion to Scottish football's second tier on 12 March and went on to end the season unbeaten in league football.
Playing in the Scottish Championship in season —15 provided Rangers with a more difficult challenge, with the club losing home and away to both Hibernian   and Hearts   and also losing away to Queen of the South  in the first half of the season.
Rangers also failed to beat Alloa either home or away in the league before losing 3—2 to Alloa in the semi-final of the Scottish Challenge Cup.
During his time in charge, Rangers won just three matches. Rangers then named former player Stuart McCall as their third manager of the season for the remaining fixtures.
In June it was announced that Mark Warburton had been appointed manager on a three-year deal. The club also reached the Scottish Cup Final , beating Old Firm rivals Celtic in the semi-final at Hampden,  before losing to Hibernian in the final.
Caixinha's first full season started with Rangers suffering one of the worst results in their history. The Portuguese manager's reign was described as "a desperate mess from start to finish".
In late December, after a search for a more experienced manager proved unsuccessful, including a failed attempt to appoint Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes , Murty who had won back-to-back games over Aberdeen   and also defeated Hibernian away from home  during his interim spell was appointed to the role until the end of the season.
On 4 May , former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard was confirmed as the new manager of Rangers on a four-year contract.
Unusually for a football club, Rangers have two different official crests. Today the original scroll crest appears on the club's strips whereas the lion rampant club crest is used by the media, on club merchandise and on official club documents.
Both crests have undergone minor variations since their introduction. It is believed that the scroll crest, representing the letters RFC overlapping, has been used since the club's formation in , although the oldest remaining piece of memorabilia containing this crest is from the —82 season.
The scroll crest was replaced in with the lion rampant club crest which featured a lion rampant, an old-style football and the club's motto Ready , which was shortened from Aye Ready meaning Always Ready in Scots , all surrounded by the team name, Rangers Football Club.
The lion rampant club crest was modernised in ; the lion rampant, team name, club motto and old style football all remained.
It was again updated slightly in the early s and then once more in to the current version. The modern circular crest is regularly used on club merchandise and by the media; it has never featured prominently on the club strip.
In the scroll crest made a return appearing on the chest of the club shirt for the first time while the modernised club crest was still the club's official logo.
The scroll crest first appeared on the teams shorts for the start of the —79 season. The way the scroll crest has appeared on the club shirt has varied slightly through the years.
Between and 'Rangers Football Club' and the 'Ready' motto appeared above and below the Crest respectively. Between and the scroll crest featured within a shield.
After a successful end to the season in , which delivered Rangers a Domestic Treble and their 50th league title; five stars were added to the top of the scroll crest, one for every ten titles won by the club.
The team wore a special crest on 8 December in a home league match against Stirling Albion, to commemorate the th anniversary of their formation.
The club colours of Rangers F. However, for the majority of the first forty-eight years of Rangers existence the club played in a plain lighter blue home shirt.
The only deviation from this was a four-season period from when the side wore the lighter shade of blue and white in a hooped style.
Rangers moved from the lighter shade of blue to royal blue in , and have had a royal blue home shirt every year since.
Black socks were first included in for five seasons before disappearing for eight years but became a more permanent fixture from onwards.
When the red turn-downs were added to the socks in , the strip began to look more like the modern day Rangers home kit.
Occasionally the home kit will be altered by the shorts and socks, sometimes replacing the black socks with white ones; or replacing the white shorts and black socks combination with royal blue shorts and socks.
The basic design of Rangers away strips has changed far more than the traditional home strip. Rangers original change strip, used between and , was all white featuring blue and white hooped socks and a light blue six pointed star on the chest.
White and red have been the most common colours for Rangers alternate strips, though dark and light blue have also featured highly. In Rangers introduced a third kit.
This is usually worn if both the home and away kits clash with their opponents. The colours used in the third kits have included combinations of white, red, dark and light blue as well as black.
Since when Rangers signed a deal with Umbro they have had a specific kit manufacturer and since have had a kit sponsor. The club used a variety of grounds in Glasgow as a venue for home matches in the years between and The first was Flesher's Haugh, situated on Glasgow Green , followed by Burnbank in the Kelvinbridge area of the city, and then Kinning Park for ten years from the mids to the mids.
From February of the —87 season, Cathkin Park was used until the first Ibrox Park, in the Ibrox area of south-west Glasgow, was inaugurated for the following season.
Ibrox Stadium in its current incarnation was originally designed by the architect Archibald Leitch , a Rangers fan who also played a part in the design of, among others, Old Trafford in Manchester and Highbury in London.
The stadium was inaugurated on 30 December , and Rangers defeated Hearts 3—1 in the first match held there. Rangers' training facility is located in Auchenhowie , Glasgow; it was initially named Murray Park after former chairman and owner Sir David Murray, but has since been renamed.
It was proposed by then-manager Dick Advocaat upon his arrival at the club in The training centre was the first purpose-built facility of its kind in Scotland, and incorporates features including nine football pitches , a gym, a hydrotherapy pool, and a video-editing suite.
Rangers' youth teams are also accommodated at the centre, with around players between under and under age groups using the facilities.
International club teams playing in Scotland, as well as national sides, have previously used the centre for training, and Advocaat's South Korea team used it for training prior to the World Cup.
Rangers are one of the best supported clubs in Europe, the figure for the —18 season being in the 20 largest home league attendances in Europe.
The Rangers Worldwide Alliance is a network of supporters clubs that was set up for the benefit of the club and the fans. There are more than registered supporters clubs with over 30, registered members and these continue to grow, in keeping with the vision the club initially had.
There are also many unregistered supporters clubs currently active. The official club website lists over supporters' clubs in Great Britain and Northern Ireland,  with over further clubs spread across over 35 countries around the world.
Rangers fans have contributed to several records for high attendances,  including the highest home attendance for a league fixture, , on 2 January Rangers beat Hibernian 1—0 in front of a packed , crowd.
A minority of fans rioted in the city centre, clashing violently with police and damaging property, resulting in 42 being arrested for a variety of offences.
Supporters group Club are the second-largest shareholder of the club. The club's most distinct rivalry is with Glasgow neighbours Celtic F.
Rangers' traditional support is largely drawn from the Protestant Unionist community, whilst Celtic's traditional support is largely drawn from the Catholic community.
The first Old Firm match was won by Celtic and there have been over four hundred matches played to date.
The Old Firm rivalry has fuelled many assaults, sometimes leading to deaths, on Old Firm derby days; an activist group that monitors sectarian activity in Glasgow has reported that on Old Firm weekends, admissions to hospital emergency rooms have increased over normal levels and journalist Franklin Foer noted that in the period from to , eight deaths in Glasgow were directly linked to Old Firm matches, as well as hundreds of assaults.
The bitter rivalry with Aberdeen developed following an incident in the League Cup final when Rangers' Derek Johnstone provoked the fury of the Dons support with what they believed was a blatant dive but which resulted in the dismissal of Aberdeen's Doug Rougvie and a Rangers victory.
Rangers' relaunch in the Third Division in the —13 season led to the club's original rivalry with Queen's Park being renewed for the first time since in the league.
Rangers and Queen's Park first played each other in March , some nine years before the start of the Old Firm rivalry. During the 19th century, many immigrants came to Glasgow from Ireland — this was a time of considerable anti-Catholic and anti-Irish sentiment in Scotland.
The early success of Celtic, a club associated with the Irish and Catholic community, has been described as sharpening Rangers' Protestant Unionist identity, contributing to the eventual absence of openly Catholic players from the team.
Rangers partnered with Celtic to form the Old Firm Alliance, an initiative aimed at educating children from across Glasgow about issues like healthy eating and fitness, as well as awareness of anti-social behaviour, sectarianism and racism.
The club's Follow With Pride campaign was launched in to improve the club's image and build on previous anti-sectarian and anti-racist campaigns.
However, sectarian chanting by supporters has continued to incur criticism and sanctions upon the club as well as convictions against individuals identified.
From Rangers formation to the present day, the club have had 32 players who were born in either Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and previously Ireland from A number were former Linfield players, and they have contributed much to the success of Rangers Football Club.
The fans of Rangers also have a fan-friendship with the German club Hamburger SV , dating from the s when Scots moved to the German port in search of work and reinforced by their shared affection for the midfielder Jörg Albertz.
In , David Murray decided to list the company on the stock exchange making it a public limited company , with the name of the company being changed to The Rangers Football Club plc.
On 25 June , the Crown Office asked Strathclyde Police to investigate the purchase of Rangers and the club's subsequent financial management during Whyte's tenure.
On 14 June , the formal rejection of the proposed CVA  meant that the company would enter the liquidation process. On 4 July, SPL clubs voted by 10—1 to reject the application with Kilmarnock abstaining and the old Rangers company voting in favour.
An application was made for a transfer of SFA membership on 29 June , with the new company applying for the transfer of the membership of The Rangers Football Club plc.
At the end of , Rangers International Football Club plc became the holding company for the group, having acquired The Rangers Football Club Ltd on the basis of a one for one share exchange.
The Rangers Charity Foundation was created in and participates in a wide range of charitable work , regularly involving Rangers staff and star players.
As well as fundraising , the Rangers Charity Foundation regularly bring sick , disabled and disadvantaged children to attend matches and tours at Ibrox, with the chance to meet the players.
Through its support of the Rangers Charity Foundation, the club has helped a number of charities with support and financial donations.
Alongside its work with numerous charities, the club and its Charity Foundation operate various initiatives within the community including courses to help Armed Forces veterans overcome addictions,  to raise awareness of social issues and help unemployed people back into work.
In October , the club launched its Ready2Succeed programme which was a ten-week course designed to develop participants confidence and employability skills by engaging with football and fitness.
In , a Scottish television documentary series filmed by BBC Scotland , Blue Heaven , followed aspiring young footballers at Rangers as they tried to forge a career in football.
In , celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay returned to Rangers, the club he played for as a youth, to teach them how to cook in Series 4, Episode 12 of The F Word.
Owing to the notoriety of the "Rangers Inter City Firm", a football firm associated with the club, Rangers have also featured in television documentaries and books about football hooliganism, including Series 1, Episode 5 of The Real Football Factories presented by English actor Danny Dyer on Bravo in , during which he visits his first Old Firm match and meets football casuals from Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian, Dundee United and Dundee.
The club has also adopted the anthem of " The Best " written by Mike Chapman and Holly Knight for when Rangers and the opposition team exit the tunnel prior to kick off.
Rangers currently hold a certified Guinness World Record. The club previously held the record for the most goals scored in the Scottish Premier League by an individual player, by Kris Boyd playing for Kilmarnock and Rangers from to Rangers held the record for most top-flight domestic league titles won by a football club: 54 in Scottish Division 1 and the Scottish Premier League, between and The club held the certified record from 15 May to 26 June Dougie Gray , appearances, — .
Sandy Archibald , appearances, — . Jimmy Smith , goals, — . Ally McCoist , 61 caps, —  . Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For more details on the academy squads, see Rangers F. Unders and Academy. Rangers F. As of 1 June . Only 17 men have been manager of Rangers during the club's year history.
The longest serving manager was Bill Struth who served for 34 years and 26 days. Graeme Souness is the only player-manager during Rangers' history.
The most successful manager in terms of the number of trophies won is Bill Struth with 18 League titles, 10 Scottish Cups and two League Cups, but the most successful manager in terms of trophies to time served is Walter Smith with seven league titles, three Scottish Cups and three League Cups in 7 years 42 days.
Smith won three league titles, two Scottish Cups and three League Cups in the 4 years, days of his second spell.
Rangers' other manager with notable success was William Waddell who won the European Cup Winner's Cup during his 2 years and day stint.
As of 1 June . For further information, see Rangers club captains. The following team was voted the greatest ever Rangers team by supporters in When the vote was launched it was feared that younger voters would ignore the great service of many of the pre-war stars notably the most successful captain and most successful manager the club has ever had, Davie Meiklejohn and Bill Struth respectively.
When the ballot was launched Donald Findlay stated it would be limited to post Second World War players because "few can recall players of these earlier eras": .
As of 1 June , 33 players and managers to have been involved with Rangers in their careers have entered the Scottish Football Hall of Fame : .
As of 1 June , the 10 inductees to have won caps while playing for Rangers are: . As of 28 July , Rangers are sponsored by: . A full list of Rangers commercial partners and sponsors can be found on the official club website and in the Rangers matchday programme, available at every home game.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Rangers F. Association football club in Glasgow, Scotland. Home colours.
Away colours. Main article: History of Rangers F. See also: List of Rangers F. Hall of Fame. Scroll crest, appeared on the chest of the Rangers shirt since Scroll crest version with banner and 'Ready' motto, worn on shirts between and Scroll crest with five stars, worn on the Rangers shirt since Worn — A change kit featuring a white top.
Worn —, — and — The blue shirt, white shorts and black socks. Worn — and — The royal blue shirt with white collar and black socks with red tops.
The royal blue shirt and red socks with white tops. The royal blue shirt and black socks with red tops. Main article: Rangers F. Main article: Sectarianism in Glasgow.
Main articles: Ownership of Rangers F. Main article: Rangers Charity Foundation. Main article: List of Rangers F.
Record appearances Dougie Gray , appearances, —  Most league appearances Sandy Archibald , appearances, —  Record goalscorer Jimmy Smith , goals, —  Most league goals Jimmy Smith , goals, —  Most Scotland caps whilst playing at Rangers Ally McCoist , 61 caps, —  .
Main article: Retired numbers in football. For a list of team managers, see List of Rangers F. See also: Reserves and Academy honours and Rangers F.
The "Greatest Ever" Rangers 11 chosen by fans in The manager chosen was Walter Smith. But this attendance was not officially recorded.
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Archived from the original on 18 August Retrieved 18 August BBC News. Archived from the original on 2 March The name Rangers was adopted from an English rugby club and the first game, against Callander FC, ended 0—0.
The club's official beginning came to be recognised as , when the first annual general meeting was held. By the time of the first Scottish Football League season in , Rangers had arrived at their current home of Ibrox, in the south east of Glasgow, via Burnbank and Kinning Park.
Rangers finished joint top of the league with Dumbarton, and after a play-off ended 2—2, a decision was taken to share the title. This was the only time the league has ever been shared, and it marked the first senior honour for Rangers.
Rangers won the Scottish Cup for the first time in , beating Celtic 3—1 Three years later, the club recorded their first ever Scottish Cup win, beating Celtic 3—1 in the final.
Rangers won the trophy again in and with victories over Dumbarton and Kilmarnock. Helensburgh Heroes. Archived from the original on 25 January Retrieved 23 December McNeil won two caps for Scotland, the first Ranger to represent his country, the first on 25 March in a 4—0 win over Wales and the second on 13 March in a 5—4 win over England, in which he played alongside his brother, Henry.
Henry McNeil won a total of 10 caps for his country and scored 5 goals. Archived from the original on 17 January Retrieved 20 January Rangers were born in March , after a group of teenage rowing enthusiasts watched a game of football in Glasgow Green.
Brothers Peter and Moses McNeil and Peter Campbell and William McBeath got their heads together to give rise to the club, who played just two matches in their first year.
The year is the official founding of Rangers as that was the year the elected office bearers. The first time the club donned blue shirts was their second game, against Clyde not the present-day club and won it 11—0.
Five years after their founding, Rangers made it to their first major cup final against Vale of Leven. The game was played at First Hampden Park and it finished 1—1 so a replay beckoned.
Rangers refused to turn up for the replay and Vale were awarded the cup. The teams met the following year in the Charity Cup. The —91 season saw the inception of the Scottish Football League, and Rangers were one of ten original members.
Rangers' first ever league match took place on 16 August and resulted in a 5—2 victory over Hearts. After finishing equal-top with Dumbarton a play-off was held at Cathkin Park to decide the champions.
The match finished 2—2 and the title was shared for the only time in its history — the first of Rangers' 54 championships.
Archived from the original on 20 June Retrieved 20 December After joining, Rangers finally reached their first final of the Scottish Cup in but were not victorious.
The eternal rivalry, known as the Old Firm, between the two Glaswegian city teams, Rangers and Celtic has been ongoing since the first Old Firm match in , in which Rangers lost 5—2 in a friendly against the Celtic team which was largely made up of "guest players" from Hibernians.
BBC Scotland. November Archived from the original on 14 September Retrieved 3 January It would be over six months later before the newly-constituted Celtic club played its first ever match, on 28 May which resulted in a 5—2 win over Rangers, in what was called a 'friendly match'.
Archived from the original on 22 May The result was 0—0, but that didn't matter. Rangers had been born. The name Rangers was adopted from an English rugby club.
By their second fixture — the only other they played that first year — they had donned the light blue.
It must have done the trick — Rangers beat Clyde 11—0. In season —76 they moved to Burnbank Park and towards the end of that season Rangers had their first international; Moses McNeil, one of the four founders, who made his Scotland debut in a 4—0 victory over Wales.
The following year Rangers made the breakthrough reaching their first Scottish Cup Final. It took three matches to find a winner, and sadly it was their opponents Vale of Leven.
After two drawn games, 0—0 and 1—1, Rangers finally succumbed 3—2 in the second replay. Scottish Football League.
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Archived from the original on 8 December The record Old Firm gate at a club ground was set on 2 Jan by a crowd of , at Ibrox.
Sadly, Wilton was not to enjoy this extraordinary success which saw Rangers take the title 15 times in 21 seasons.
With the Championship back at Ibrox, Wilton — the club's first manager — died the day after the last game of the season in May , drowning in a boating accident.
Struth, who was appointed his successor, lived to become a legend. He managed the club for 34 years, winning a glittering array of trophies — 18 League Championships, 10 Scottish Cups and two League Cups.
Archived from the original on 18 February Retrieved 6 January The humiliated Rangers boss that day was Scot Symon, so it is with a pleasing symmetry that Symon was a player in the other record victory in an Old Firm match.
Because while Celtic's 7—1 win is the biggest win in official competition, Rangers went one better in an unofficial wartime Scottish Southern League ne'erday game between the two rivals in An Ibrox crowd of just over 30, watched a strong Rangers side including Symon, George Young and the legendary winger Willie Waddell rattle up an 8—1 victory.
Archived from the original on 1 November He returned to Rangers just one year later where he would steer them to six league championships. Bleacher Report.
Archived from the original on 27 May Regarded as one of Scotland's greatest ever players, Jim Baxter can also be counted amongst the Rangers' greats for his terrific achievements in the '60s.
Culture Wars. Institute of Ideas. Archived from the original on 2 October Retrieved 23 August Archived from the original on 12 December David Murray, the chairman of Rangers, yesterday unveiled a bronze statue of John Greig, the captain who led his team against Celtic on the day of the accident.
The statue lists the names of those who died in and 25 fans killed when wooden terraces collapsed during a match between Scotland and England in Mr Greig then laid a wreath at the plinth of the statue.
An inquiry, however, later discounted the theory and said that the crush was likely to have happened 10 minutes after the final whistle and to have been triggered by someone falling on the stairs.
Archived from the original on 20 May Retrieved 17 August The Scotsman. Archived from the original on 21 May Retrieved 22 March It is hard to take that after Celtic were able to celebrate as much as they liked in Lisbon, our club and supporters were denied a post-match presentation because the Spanish police completely misunderstood the fans' on-field invasion at the end.
I played with a stress fracture in my foot. A guy jumped on it late in the final and I ended up with another fracture on the other side, but the euphoria kept the pain away until I was called down to this little room to receive the trophy.
It all passed in a blur, but I hobbled down there in agony with our manager Willie Waddell and a UEFA delegate and, in this cramped corner covered in Barcelona memorabilia, the delegate handed me the trophy and basically said: "Here, take the cup Glasgow Rangers, now go away".
When I got back to the dressing room all my team-mates were either in the bath or out of it. I felt sorry they didn't get to parade the trophy — ultimately what we were playing for — and even sorrier for all those people who had a paid a lot of money to travel to the Nou Camp and see that.
December Archived from the original on 7 November Rangers were handed a two-year ban by UEFA for their fans' poor behaviour. Waddell succeeded in getting this reduced to one year, meaning Rangers could not defend their trophy.
Waddell argued that the police had over-reacted, that the fans were drunk but not intent on violence, and that recent European finals had witnessed rejoicing Celtic, Bayern Munich and Ajax fans running on to the park and those occasions had been deemed acceptable.
Archived from the original on 14 October Retrieved 17 October Scottish Football Association. Archived from the original on 2 January The Independent.
Archived from the original on 5 November Jock Wallace was a giant of Scottish football. No other description can do justice to the man who ended Celtic's domination of the game in the s and who, as manager, led Rangers to two domestic trebles within three years, the Glasgow club winning the League title, the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The footy pie. February Retrieved 31 December Graham Souness lead the side to their first two championships as player-manager before his assistant, Walter Smith, took the reign, claiming another seven titles to equal a record set by Jock Stein at Celtic in the s and 70s.
Archived from the original on 18 October Retrieved 26 August Archived from the original on 17 May BBC Sport. Archived from the original on 8 May Retrieved 6 August When Dick Advocaat became the Rangers manager in , it was a brave new dawn for the Ibrox club as chairman David Murray attempted to begin a new chapter in the club's history following Walter Smith's departure.
Archived from the original on 14 November Celtic 0—3 Rangers Rangers created history by winning the title at Celtic Park in a stormy Old Firm game which saw referee Hugh Dallas injured by a missile thrown from the pitch.
Archived from the original on 19 October Archived from the original on 4 November Retrieved 21 December Full time: Kaiserslautern 3—0 Rangers 92 mins The Fritz Walter Stadium erupts on the referee's final whistle which brings down the curtain on Rangers' European campaign.
Archived from the original on 7 March Retrieved 16 October Alex McLeish has been unveiled as Rangers' 11th manager after a dramatic day at Ibrox.
Archived from the original on 11 November Rangers capped a fabulous season with a hard-earned Scottish Cup win over Dundee at Hampden Park to seal the seventh domestic Treble in the club's history.
Archived from the original on 19 May Retrieved 9 October Rangers were 5—1 up as the match entered the last few minutes, but with Celtic 4—0 up at Rugby Park and still playing, they knew the championship was not yet theirs.
The Herald. Archived from the original on 4 June Archived from the original on 4 August Football blog.
Archived from the original on 22 October At this point McLeish was viewed as one of the hottest managers in the game. Success doesn't last forever and Rangers financial state cost McLeish dear in Many of his prize assets were sold and subsequently Celtic won the league comfortably.
Also, Rangers failed to pick up a single trophy that season. Archived from the original on 14 March Boumsong joined Rangers from Auxerre on a free transfer last summer and made just 28 appearances for them before moving to England.
Archived from the original on 22 February Rangers have confirmed the signing of Monaco's Croatian striker Dado Prso.
Rangers have completed the signing of Nacho Novo from Dundee but manager Alex McLeish insists his summer spending spree is not yet over.
Retrieved 27 July Rangers pipped rivals Celtic to the Scottish Premier League title after a dramatic final day of the season. The Gers went into the final game two points behind their Glasgow rivals but a sensational late fightback by Motherwell gave them the title.
Archived from the original on 31 July Peter Lovenkrands was the goalscoring hero as Rangers became the first Scottish club to qualify from the group stages of the Champions League.
Criticised by some for his tactics during a run without a win now stretching to 10 games, McLeish got it right on the European stage with the surprise inclusion of Lovenkrands as a lone striker.
Rangers' dream of becoming the first Scottish side in the quarter-finals of the Champions League ended as they lost on the away-goals rule to Villarreal.
Archived from the original on 3 April The Observer. Until Gravesen gave the home side the lead there was a wariness about both sides, which betrayed the number of players on each side who were making their first appearance in the conflict.
If Celtic were expected to be dominant — with Rangers reliant on the absorption of pressure and the counter-thrust — Gordon Strachan and his players would also be mindful of the four-point advantage they held over their great rivals and the need not to risk having it damaged.
Archived from the original on 3 February Retrieved 22 April Paul Le Guen is satisfied his Rangers players will enter Sunday's Old Firm match in as positive a frame of mind as possible after they sealed the top qualifying position from Group A and secured a second consecutive clean sheet.
Archived from the original on 10 October Paul Le Guen's relationship with Barry Ferguson was never likely to be a marriage made in heaven.
On one side was an authoritarian French manager used to having the final word and working with clean-living, tee-total players.
On the other was a passionate Scottish captain who enjoyed talisman status with the fans and liked to work hard and play hard.
There were reported to be differences between the duo soon after Le Guen took over at Ibrox seven months ago. And they came to the surface at a news conference before the last Old Firm derby on 17 December.
Archived from the original on 1 January Rangers manager Paul Le Guen has left the club by mutual consent.
Archived from the original on 23 March Walter Smith has quit as Scotland coach to become boss of Rangers for a second time after agreeing a three-year deal.
Archived from the original on 8 April Rangers crashed out of the Champions League and into the Uefa Cup with a disappointing home defeat to Lyon.
Archived from the original on 17 October Panathinaikos, Werder Bremen and Fiorentina have been dispatched, along with Sporting since Rangers qualified via their position in the Champions League group stage.
Zenit St Petersburg 0 2 Rangers 0 0 It is not only Scottish fuel stations that have been running on empty recently. The warning light began flashing on Rangers' tank midway through the second half last night, their exhausting schedule finally catching up with them, allowing a superior and fresher Zenit side to lift the Uefa Cup.
Retrieved 21 May CNN World Sport. Archived from the original on 24 October Retrieved 20 August With the boundless relief and joie de vivre of a man who has been reprieved on the steps of the gallows and installed in a palace, Rangers produced a climactic performance to snatch their first championship since at sun-drenched Tannadice.
Rangers completed the second stage of their Scottish league and cup double in the baking heat of Hampden Park on Saturday thanks to a glorious goal from Nacho Novo, with his first touch of the ball only seconds after arriving as a half-time substitute for Kris Boyd.
But the favourites were made to sweat throughout — and not simply because of the sweltering conditions. Archived from the original on 25 March It would, of course, be churlish not to recognise the winning mentality of a team who have lost just a single domestic fixture since Celtic lifted this trophy at their expense a year ago.
Yet this win arrived in the most unlikely of circumstances, sealing the League Cup despite being down to nine men.
Rangers manager Walter Smith described the Co-operative Insurance Cup final win over Celtic as one of his "best ever" victories. Smith, coming to the end of his second spell in charge at Ibrox, clinched a 20th trophy as Rangers boss after the 2—1 extra-time win at Hampden.
Archived from the original on 13 July Retrieved 16 May Rangers gave departing manager Walter Smith the perfect send-off as they wrapped up a third-consecutive Scottish Premier League title in style.
A blistering opening saw Kyle Lafferty net twice inside seven minutes, either side of a Steven Naismith strike.
Early in the second half, Nikica Jelavic smashed in a free kick and Lafferty completed his hat-trick with a composed finish. Rangers' Champions League hopes were shattered as they crashed out of the competition at the hands of Malmo after being reduced to nine men in the qualifier in Sweden.
Rangers exited the Europa League as Maribor claimed an aggregate victory to progress to the group stages. Archived from the original on 14 June Manager Ally McCoist believes his Rangers players have only themselves to blame for their shock League Cup defeat by a very youthful Falkirk line-up.
Rangers have been deducted 10 points after entering administration. Archived from the original on 15 November Reigning champions Rangers prevented the Scottish title being won on their own patch despite a dramatic late rally from nine-man runaway leaders Celtic.
UK Government. Retrieved 22 December Duff and Phelps. Archived from the original pdf on 27 August Retrieved 31 August Scottish Professional Football League.
Archived from the original PDF on 19 December Retrieved 25 November On 14 June a newly incorporated company, Sevco Scotland Limited, purchased substantially all the business and assets of Oldco, including Rangers FC, by entering into an asset sale and purchase agreement with the joint administrators.
BBC Scotland has learned that 10 of the 12 clubs were in opposition, with Kilmarnock abstaining and Rangers voting in favour.
Archived from the original on 2 August Retrieved 30 July The Sydney Morning Herald. Archived from the original on 7 December Rangers manager Ally McCoist paid tribute to the troubled club's fans after 49, packed into Ibrox to watch Saturday's 5—1 thrashing of East Stirling, a world record attendance for fourth-tier football.
Retrieved 22 August Archived from the original on 16 November Rangers suffered a shock first loss in the Third Division after crashing to defeat against bottom side Stirling Albion.
Archived from the original on 9 November Retrieved 18 September Rangers made a shock exit in the Ramsdens Cup after a penalty shoot-out defeat by Queen of the South at Ibrox.
Archived from the original on 23 November Retrieved 4 November Inverness Caledonian Thistle advanced to the semi-finals of the Scottish Communities League Cup for the first time with an ultimately comfortable defeat of Rangers.
Archived from the original on 20 April Sky Sports. Retrieved 9 May Retrieved 17 April Retrieved 10 February Retrieved 11 February Daily Telegraph.
Retrieved 4 May Retrieved 15 MayMain article: History of Rangers F. Archived from Rangers MГјnchen original on 26 March Mark Warburton. After two drawn games, 0—0 and 1—1, Rangers finally succumbed 3—2 in the second replay. Rangers Charity Foundation. Scottish football squabbles are nothing new, but the polarised views on Rangers' dossier against the SPFL feels like new territory, writes Tom English. Rangers' Beste Spielothek in Winzlar finden support is largely drawn from Windows 10 Aktivierungscode Kaufen Protestant Unionist community, whilst Celtic's traditional support is largely drawn from the Catholic community. David Lavery. Education and prevention is what we are really looking at and Scotland is a great example of somewhere where Xxl RГјck Online has done a tremendous amount in practically eradicating the worst features of discrimination. Rangers pipped rivals Celtic to the Scottish Premier League title after a dramatic final day of the season.