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    Follow We Will: The Fall and Rise of Rangers (Paperback) Edited by Chris Graham, Edited by Stewart Franklin, Edited by John D. C. Gow, Edited by Alasdair McKillop, Contributions by Colin Armstrong, Contributions by Iain Duff, Contributions by David Edgar, Contributions by Gordon Irvine, Contributions by David Kinnon, Contributions by Gail Richardson

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    DescriptionWhen future generations ask who saved Rangers and revitalised the club thereafter, the fans of today can say with some confidence: 'We were the people.' The saga of Rangers is a tragic one. It is the story of the fall of Scotland's most prestigious football clubs. A tale of hate and accusations. One which blurred truth with speculation and turned a trial into a witch-hunt. Yet it is also a tale of loyalty in the face of unprecedented adversity. In Follow We Will: The Fall and Rise of Rangers we hear the story of the fans. Within these essays and interviews is the uplifting tale of how they rallied to protect the club they loved and how now, against all odds, they are helping to put it back together.

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    Follow We Will
    The Fall and Rise of Rangers
    Authors and contributors
    Edited by Chris Graham, Edited by Stewart Franklin, Edited by John D. C. Gow, Edited by Alasdair McKillop, Contributions by Colin Armstrong, Contributions by Iain Duff, Contributions by David Edgar, Contributions by Gordon Irvine, Contributions by David Kinnon, Contributions by Gail Richardson
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 192
    Width: 154 mm
    Height: 232 mm
    Thickness: 18 mm
    Weight: 300 g
    ISBN 13: 9781908373687
    ISBN 10: 1908373687

    B&T Merchandise Category: GEN
    B&T Book Type: NF
    BIC geographical qualifier V2: 1DBKS
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: T15.1
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    DC22: 796.334
    B&T General Subject: 760
    LC classification: GV
    Abridged Dewey: 796
    B&T Approval Code: A09302045
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    B&T Modifier: Region of Publication: 03
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    DC23: 796.334
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    25 November 2014
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    Author Information
    STEWART FRANKLIN is a co-founder of The Rangers Standard, co-owner of Gersnet.co.uk and a former Rangers Supporters Trust board member. .e has written articles for STV Sport and The Herald as well as appearing on TV and radio. CHRIS GRAHAM is a co-founder of The Rangers Standard and writer for Seventy2 magazine. He has appeared on Scotland Tonight, Newsnight Scotland, Reporting and STV News to discuss a variety of Rangers-related issues. He has written about Rangers for the Scotland on Sunday and made appearances on Rangers podcasts. JOHN DC GOW is a freelance writer who is a regular contributor to ESPN on Scottish football and Rangers FC, and has contributed to football magazines such as the 'Away End'. He is also a co-founder of The Rangers Standard. He is particularly interested in studying Rangers and their relation to sectarianism. ALASDAIR MCKILLOP is a co-founder of The Rangers Standard and writer for Seventy2 magazine. He is a regular contributor to the online current affairs magazine Scottish Review where he writes about sport and politics.
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    The book describes and analyses...all the issues from a short, unprecedented period in the history of Scottish football when crisis engulfed the famous, much-loved Glasgow Rangers. NEWSLETTER