More young fans wearing Rangers tops

5*RFC

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#1
I was at a local Gala 50 miles north of Inverness yesterday with my wife and daughter. For the first time in years our club's presence was everywhere. There was at least 10 young bears running around and on the bouncy castle with the Rangers top on and several others had RFC face paint, it was great to see. And not a single tarrier top either:))

Couldn't help but wonder if this was the Stevie G effect spread this far north of the Country!
 

Gallant_Few

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#5
Its finally good to see our colours well represented again recently.

It was sickening to watch the last number of years you would actually have thought there was no Rangers fans left in Glasgow all you seen was that green and grey abomination.

The number of young, and older fans I've now seen with last years and now this years tops has been a breath of fresh air.

We have now returned the streets of Glasgow to its rightful colour scheme, long may it continue!!
 

mkgers

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#8
XD

It's a crucial time for Rangers. If we can win 55 and have success in the cups and Europe then all of these youngsters will grow up with us back to where we belong. Brilliant compared to not long ago when we were on our knees.
I agree mate it'll be great when the younger fans can talk about us winning trophies rather than their dad's boring them with tales of old :))
 

BlueNose94

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#10
I was at a local Gala 50 miles north of Inverness yesterday with my wife and daughter. For the first time in years our club's presence was everywhere. There was at least 10 young bears running around and on the bouncy castle with the Rangers top on and several others had RFC face paint, it was great to see. And not a single tarrier top either:))

Couldn't help but wonder if this was the Stevie G effect spread this far north of the Country!
I live in north England and I’m even starting to see the top again down here. Picked my boy up from school on Thursday and there was 2 young brothers wearing the colours. One in blue and one in orange. Got talking to their dad and we were both saying how it’s good to see again.
 
#18
I was at a local Gala 50 miles north of Inverness yesterday with my wife and daughter. For the first time in years our club's presence was everywhere. There was at least 10 young bears running around and on the bouncy castle with the Rangers top on and several others had RFC face paint, it was great to see. And not a single tarrier top either:))

Couldn't help but wonder if this was the Stevie G effect spread this far north of the Country!
Where was it? I would say a combination of things , finally fans can actually buy tops, the Stevie G effect and as i'm from that neck of the woods, the Highlands tends to be red, white & blue, look at when Rangers played two pre-season friendlies in Brora!
 
#19
I am in Turkey at the moment my wee boy has last seasons 3 kits and won’t take them off. He gets a lot of people from all over Europe asking him about Rangers but it’s mostly about Stevie G.
 

Arminius

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Official Ticketer
#30
I was delighted to see 3 young lads, from two obviously hard working and decent families :), flying back to Glasgow from Malaga the afternoon of the St Joseph’s game.

All of us missed the match being in the air at the time, but it was great to see and not one unwashed green and grey piece of shite to be seen.

Lovely journey
 

1690

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Official Ticketer
#47
I was at a local Gala 50 miles north of Inverness yesterday with my wife and daughter. For the first time in years our club's presence was everywhere. There was at least 10 young bears running around and on the bouncy castle with the Rangers top on and several others had RFC face paint, it was great to see. And not a single tarrier top either:))

Couldn't help but wonder if this was the Stevie G effect spread this far north of the Country!
Given I'm moving back to Inverness after a decade in Edinburgh this is good to hear!
 
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