10 Brilliant videos captured by fans so far this season

It’s been an amazing start to the season and the fans have been in fine voice. The Social Media era has cleary transcended to the Rangers Family and we have seen some excellent footage the cameras miss. Here are some of the top ones you may have missed. 

(Blue) Cafu’s Curler

Adam Lafferty uses a slow motion effect to stunning effect capturing James Tavernier’s free kick against Falkirk in the Copland road stand. .

Where the magic started

The now infamous song was given its first airing at Easter Road after a brilliant 6-2 win. These lads took the streets of Leith, accompanied by the trademark loaf, to belt the anthem in its full glory.

Taps Aff

So apart from Rangers winning an playing great football , there has been another weekly occurrence which has emerged in the Croft Bar in Paisley. After each game, Bears assemble in the pub to give it lady to KC and the Sunshine bands Give it Up with Andy Halliday accompaniment. Scenes.

Blue and White Army

Its been a long time since Ibrox has been as bouncing as it had been recently. The Union Bears have formed a cute relationship with the West Enclosure. The Copland Road remains the third wheel unfortunately. Also check the hospitality loyal giving it laldy.

It’s the greatest sight…..

The first game of the season is always a great atmosphere but with a new manager it was even better. The hype and excitement around the ground was exemplified by this video captured bu Craig Irving. It also shows the fantastic display organised by the even present Union Bears.

The Penalty King

Martyn Waghorn recently won Player of the Month for September after a string of terrific performances. His lethal penalties have also contributed to a great scoring start for the Englishman. Here’s some vids taking of the lethal spot kicks.

Rule Britainia

Now an annual event at Ibrox, Armed Forces Day proved to be another hit – giving fans the chance to thank soldiers for great service to the country. Gary Davidson was on hand to capture Sergeants abseiling from the Sandy Jardine Stand roof onto the pitch to present the match ball.


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