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Rangers 2013/14 Third kit XL

Rangers 2013/14 Third kit XL

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Manufactured by Puma, this Rangers third kit is in great condition and a size XL. In 2012, Rangers faced severe financial difficulties and were forced to enter administration, which led to their liquidation and subsequent relegation to the Scottish Third Division. This is an extremely rare piece form their victorious Scottish Third Division campaign.

Rapid Return: Despite starting from the bottom tier of Scottish football, Rangers quickly climbed back up the leagues, securing promotions in successive seasons to return to the Scottish Premiership.

Here's a summary of their performance in each competition:

  1. Scottish League One: Rangers finished the season as champions of the Scottish League One, which is the third tier of Scottish football. They secured promotion to the Scottish Championship for the following season.

  2. Scottish Cup: Rangers reached the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup during the 2013/14 season. They were knocked out of the competition by Dundee United.

  3. Scottish League Cup: Rangers reached the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup but were eliminated by St Johnstone.

Additionally, Rangers participated in various lower-tier cup competitions such as the Challenge Cup and the Ramsdens Cup, where they had varying degrees of success.

During the 2013/14 season, Rangers had several key players who played pivotal roles in their success:

  1. Lee Wallace: The left-back was a consistent performer for Rangers, providing defensive solidity as well as contributing to attacks with his overlapping runs and crosses.

  2. Jon Daly: The Irish striker was Rangers' top scorer during the season, providing goals and leadership up front.

  3. Lee McCulloch: McCulloch was a versatile player who featured prominently in midfield and defense. He also contributed goals, often from set-pieces.

  4. Ian Black: Black was a key figure in midfield, providing energy, tackling, and distribution to link defense with attack.

  5. Nicky Law: The midfielder was known for his work rate and ability to drive the team forward with his passing and movement.

  6. Lewis MacLeod: A young talent at the time, MacLeod was influential in midfield, showcasing his skill on the ball and ability to create scoring opportunities.

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