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on 19 June 2001
Rangers and Celtic hate each other. You won't find any other football clubs in the world where the deep routed sectarian conflict plays such a part in their rivalry. But one man dared to do what had never been considered before. Graeme Sauness signed a Catholic player for Rangers betraying the Ibrox faithful and changing the face of Scottish football forever.
An excellent book which describes the revolution of the changes that lead at last to the Scottish League moving with the times.
Murray gives an intriguing insight into the prejudices that existed in Glasgow, in doing so capturing the fascinating political background of Scottish football. A great read and a great book
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