Aye Ready: Rangers War Heroes Hardcover – Illustrated, 15 Sep 2011
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About the Author
Paul Smith has worked as a journalist in Scotland for 13 years, covering news and sport for a variety of publications. He served his apprenticeship with DC Thomson, working on the Dundee Courier and Sunday Post, before becoming editor of the Inverurie Herald. He joined the sports desk team at the Aberdeen Press and Journal in 2001 and spent eight years in that department before being appointed head of photographic in 2009. He covered his first Dons game as a reporter in 1996, having first attended Pittodrie during Sir Alex Ferguson's reign, and is the son of former Aberdeen, Rangers and Scotland player Dave Smith. As an author his previous titles include Pittodrie Idols and Tannadice Idols. Paul lives in Aberdeenshire with his wife Coral and children Finlay and Mia.
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Welders had burn marks on their thumbs. Platers had annoying cuts and a few even twisted ankles in their rush for the lunch time pint. They did, however, suffer nothing that couldn't be cured by a quick massage at the top of the marble staircase.
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As fan of the new football club "The Rangers Football Club Limited" I was delighted to find this great work of fiction. Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2013 by Paisley Buddie.
While others donned uniform and rifle, the brave heroes of the now defunct Rangers Football club donned the brown overcoat and clipboard and made the world record contribution to... Read morePublished on 8 Jan. 2013 by Mr X