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For Richer, For Poorer: Rangers: The Fight for Survival Paperback – 7 Jun 2012
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The shocking financial collapse of one of Glasgow’s Giants
About the Author
Paul Smith has been working as a journalist in the Scottish national, regional and local press for more than 15 years, covering news and sport. As an author, he has penned a series of football titles, including To Barcelona and Beyond: The Men Who Made Rangers Champions of Europe, Shooting Star: The Colin Stein Story and Rangers' Cult Heroes. He lives in Kintore, Aberdeenshire and is the son of former Rangers and Scotland player David Smith.
Top customer reviews
rangers football club which is sadly now liquidated. For a more in depth look at Deid Co Rangers (RIP)
I would recommend the excellent Downfall: How Rangers FC Self Destructed by Phil Mac Giolla Bhain or
Paul Le Guen: Enigma: A Chronicle of Trauma and Turmoil at Rangers by the excellent Graham Spiers.
how quickly these loyal fans ditched their allegiance to rangers when charles green bought the assets and history for his new "rangers" club sevco fc .
some things should just die gracefully.
it is honourable not bigoted to tell the truth.