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Rangers 2020/21 Home kit XXL

Rangers 2020/21 Home kit XXL

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The 2020/21 season was a notable one for Rangers FC. Here is a summary of their performance in various competitions during that season:

  1. Scottish Premiership: Rangers were crowned Champions that season.

  2. Domestic Cup Competitions:

    • Scottish Cup: Rangers reached the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.
    • Scottish League Cup: Rangers reached the quarter-finals.
  3. Europa League: Rangers had a successful campaign in the UEFA Europa League:

    • In the Round of 16, they faced Slavia Prague and were defeated.

During the 2020/21 season, Rangers FC had several notable players who made significant contributions to the team.

  1. Alfredo Morelos:

    • Morelos, a Colombian striker, was a key player for Rangers, known for his goal-scoring prowess.
  2. James Tavernier:

    • Tavernier, an English right-back, served as the team's captain and was an important figure both defensively and offensively.
  3. Ryan Kent:

    • Kent, an English winger, played a crucial role in the attacking lineup, contributing with goals and assists.
  4. Connor Goldson:

    • Goldson, an English central defender, was a key figure in Rangers' defensive line.
  5. Scott Arfield:

    • Arfield, a Canadian midfielder, provided experience and creativity in the midfield.
  6. Steven Davis:

    • Davis, a Northern Irish midfielder, added stability and experience to the team's midfield.
  7. Ryan Jack:

    • Jack, a Scottish midfielder, played an important role in the midfield, contributing defensively and supporting the attack.
  8. Allan McGregor:

    • McGregor, a Scottish goalkeeper, was a reliable presence between the posts.
  9. Cedric Itten:

    • Itten, a Swiss striker, was another attacking option for Rangers during the 2020/21 season.
  10. Calvin Bassey                                                                                                                 
  11. Jermain Defoe

Rangers FC was founded in 1872, making it one of the oldest football clubs in Scotland.

The matches between Rangers and Celtic, known as the Old Firm derby, are among the most intense and heated football rivalries in the world. The rivalry has deep historical and cultural roots, reflecting the religious and social divide in Glasgow.

Rangers play their home matches at Ibrox Stadium, which is located in the Ibrox area of Glasgow. The stadium has a rich history and has undergone several renovations over the years.

Rangers FC is often nicknamed "The Gers" or "The Teddy Bears." The latter nickname is derived from an early 20th-century connection with a song titled "The Gallant Pioneers," which included the phrase "no surrender to the boys who play for Rangers."

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