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Hall of Fame: Rangers' All Time Greats

Bob MacCallum



The Rangers Hall of Fame was established in 2000 as a way of commemorating the achievements of the most celebrated players in the history of the famous Glasgow club.  The names of seventy-four legendary players who are members of the Hall of Fame are picked out in gold on a panel given pride of place above the famed marble staircase inside the entrance to Ibrox Stadium. The names range from one of the club’s founders Moses McNeil to recent captain Barry Ferguson. The initial list that contained players from the earliest days of the club was compiled by a committee but in recent years the Rangers fans themselves get a chance to vote new players into the Hall of Fame.

Author Bob MacCallum, a true blue nose, has written three other books about Rangers, and his enthusiasm for the club shows in his entertaining and informative account of every player elected to the Rangers’ Hall of Fame as well as an overview of the era in which they played and the managers who signed them for the club.  Names like legendary captains George Young and John Grieg, fearsome strikers like Willy Henderson and Colin Stein, silky midfielders like Jim Baxter and Paul Gascoigne, and heroic defenders like Richard Gough and Sandy Jardine – the list is endless and the names will be familiar to every Rangers fan and every lover of Scottish football.