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I am now almost finished it and feel that it is basically a half-decent fan's view of Rangers in the 60s but it gives absolutely no depth or insight into the man himself. No family members interviewed, no documents quoted. Nothing. Interviews with a few players and an old reporter.
The really sinister thing about the book though is that the author really brings out incredible spite against a few people - George Mince Maclean for one but above all, Jock Stein.
I find it very difficult to read when phrases like "a fly man", "poisonous" are regularly appearing and so far nothing to back this up. Really comes over as paranoid.
I have since Googled the author - I'll leave you to make your own mind up on him - but this is not a book I will be keeping.
It is a fantastic book which will be of interest to all with an interest in Rangers history.
David Leggat has done us all a favour with the book.
Rangers Then,Rangers Now,Rangers Forever
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Got book as a relaxing night time read. Iv'e learnt a lot about Scot Symon and have enjoyed reading about the great man. Read morePublished on 9 July 2014 by WILLIAM THOMPSON
A first class book. Coming from the approximate same age as the writer and for the first time as far as I am aware the writer has given greater credit to the trophies won by Scot... Read morePublished on 17 Jun. 2014 by Amazon Customer
well researched and makes some compelling arguments that should be heard. Although I think it lets itself down by denigrating Stein, the book is about Symon not a tell all about... Read morePublished on 25 April 2014 by gordon
Great book giving a good insight into mr symon and rangers history really enjoyed it relating to rangers finest team in my opinionPublished on 12 Mar. 2014 by william boyle
Excellent condition and delivered on time as promised. A most enjoyable read about one of the most famous, but quietest manager of Glasgow Rangers. Read morePublished on 24 Oct. 2013 by Alan Love
I was very disappointed with this book. It is extremely badly written and goes along in bumps. I would not be recommending this rubbish to any of my fellow Rangers supporters.Published on 21 Sept. 2013 by The public record