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Is the Baw Burst? Volume 2: Rangers Special: A Long-Suffering Supporter Continues his Search for the Soul of Scottish Football Paperback – 3 Dec 2012


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This book gives an interesting perspective to an outsider 10 Mar 2014
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I liked this book because it gave a real feel for what it is like to be a Scottish football fan more than anything else I've read. Hyslop follows Rangers through the first half of their bottom-division season (covering much of the same ground as Rangers FC - We Don't Do Walking Away, but in a more interesting way). Between match reports, he intersperses questionnaires filled out by other fans with their opinions of where Scottish football is headed.

While I enjoyed the book, the fact that it only covered half of a season made it feel slight, and the questionnaires (interesting though they were) gave it a padded-out feel.
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