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Over the years I've found many online Rangers supporters are interested in finding out more about their club. From the humble origins on the banks of the Clyde to the modern day status of being the world's most successful domestic club, there is a rich heritage for every fan to explore.

 

As such, 2 years ago, Gersnet created an ongoing project to create a searchable archive of the most important club information - The Rangers Archive. Along with other contributors across the online community, we've sourced the very best sites, accurate statistics and interesting articles about a wide range of subjects.

 

All the big names are there - from John Greig to Bill Struth - while our stadium's history is also discussed in full. Add in a fascinating source of published references and a statistics section that NO other site has online, then the Rangers Archive makes for essential reading for any football supporter. We'd also like to invite all fans to get involved!

 

YOU can help by submitting:

 

* Your own stories and experiences;

* Photos;

* Video footage;

* Any suitable sources of info such as books, film etc;

* Reporting site inaccuracies;

* Providing appropriate external site links.

 

To help your task please fee free to post on the main Gersnet forum. Our admin will answer any queries at the earliest opportunity and we can even offer registered users the chance to get access to the main site to add/change content in a real-time basis. This project is unlike any other online - even the club don't offer such a tool!

 

Explore the Rangers History Archive now:

 

http://www.gersnetonline.co.uk/archive

 

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