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Graeme Souness and the Rangers revolution

When Graeme Souness arrived at Rangers in 1986, it would change the landscape and attitude of the club and Scottish football for years to come

The Andrei Kanchelskis interview

RECEIVING THE BALL in acres of space on the plush Hampden Park pitch, Andrei Kanchelskis looked up to assess his options. With Rangers already 3-0 up against a wasteful Ayr United and…

Remembering the artistry of Brian Laudrup for Rangers

If Brian Laudrup had picked any other profession, it might well have been that of an expert barista because Danes often had occasion to fervently exclaim ‘thanks for the coffee’ in their…

Gennaro Gattuso: football’s great dog of war

ARTISTS, EXPERT, INVENTORS, composers, producers and virtuosos; few exist in isolation. Creative license, by design or by necessity, can camouflage or gloss over the painstaking hours of practice and relentless hard work…

The Big Analysis: Rangers vs Celtic

In the lead up to an Old Firm game there is an adage that suggests form is no longer a factor and the outcome of the game is based solely upon who…

The Big Analysis: Celtic vs Rangers

The anticipation and fanfare that surrounds the Old Firm game creates an allure that football fans around the world find infectious. The rivalry between the two clubs stretches back over a century,…

The last Battle of Britain

Many believe that the last great Battle of Britain took place between Rangers and Leeds in 1992. This is the story of an epic two ties

The divine prophecy of Graeme Souness

There may not be a clearer contrast in the career of one man at a club as there is with Graeme Souness at Liverpool, from legend to villain

The groundbreaking Dynamo Moscow tour of Britain in 1945

Several months after World War Two had been declared a victory Great Britain and its allies, the English FA, striving to discover the intriguing nature of football behind the Iron Curtain, decided to…

Jock Wallace and the giant killers

In the history of Scottish football, few shocks has as seismic an impact, despite being forgotten, as Berwick’s momentous win over Rangers

Duncan Ferguson: coach, captain, inspiration

“Commitment, aggression, goals, leadership and, yes, maybe a bit of devilment. And even the ability to intimidate. Evertonians loved him for that. The Gwladys Street would have followed the big man everywhere. He…

A Tale of One City: Glasgow

This feature is part of A Tale of One City There are football rivalries around the world that are intensified by issues of race, class, politics and religion. It’s what drives a football…