Rangers have been heading one way under Steven Gerrard, and that’s up. So it’s a great time to be a fan of the blue side of Glasgow. With their fans having so many to choose from, we’ve picked out the best Rangers books to buy and read during this festive period!
Books thrive around Christmas and holiday time. Who doesn’t want a great read on their travels? Or something to delve into when stomaching that Christmas Day turkey. Books typically do well with people who relate to them in some way, or spark feelings of nostalgia, and books about your football club certainly do that.
One in a Million: The Trevor Francis Story
A must read for Rangers fans – Trevor Francis was the first £1m signing when he moved to Nottingham Forest from Birmingham. The striker played for Rangers and enjoyed a career at many clubs, so there are few who can tell the story of so many teams like this man can.
Rangers Quiz Book
As we said, books can be heavy-reading sometimes, and every now and again you need a bit of fun from page to page! A quiz book is the best way to have that fun, enjoy it with others, and learn something about Rangers along the way!
Graeme Souness – Football: My Life, My Passion
He’s one of the most straight-talking guys in football. The ex-Liverpool & Rangers defender was a rock and a true legend of the game, and his story is certainly one worth reading. Find out about the man who played at the highest level, but managed in it too, delivering some of the more controversial moments the game has witnessed, all while being a terrific player.
The Funniest Rangers Quotes… Ever!
Another light-hearted read here. Football is all about in the moment reactions, instant answers to questions and true, raw emotion – and sometimes the latter is difficult to contain! It’s led to some of the funniest moments in football, so if you’re up for a laugh, this is definitely the Rangers book for you.
Steven Gerrard: My Story
He may be a Liverpool legend for his playing days, but he could soon be a Rangers legend for his work on the touchline. Gerrard has had an immense impact on the club and the stories, lessons and experiences that have taught him ahead of his management in Scotland are certainly worth reading about