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On 7th March 2021, ‘the Journey’ was complete. What had started with a hedge in Brechin ended with an unprecedented 55th Scottish league title as Rangers romped through the 2020/21 season unbeaten. After a decade of pain and uncertainty, the club had returned to its rightful place at the top of Scottish football. That historic achievement is celebrated in this Swiss-made watch – limited to just 550 pieces.
“No matter the days of anxiety that come our way, we shall emerge stronger because of the trials to be overcome.” The words of the great Bill Struth couldn’t have been more accurate. Following years of darkness and disarray, where every day brought yet more bad news on and off the pitch, the resolve of every Rangers fan was continuously tested. But they never gave up hope.Discover More
You wouldn't believe it now, but the arrival of Steven Gerrard in his first managerial role was seen as a gamble at the time. Yet it was one that hit the jackpot. Alongside his captain James Tavernier, Rangers began to resemble the institution its fans once knew: a club led by tradition and standards, where winning every game is paramount. Yet it didn’t all happen overnight. It wasn’t easy. But the moment Tav lifted the Scottish Premier League trophy, Rangers were back where they belonged.Discover More
Lifting the trophy on 15th May also marked the end of a journey for Tav. Since joining the club in 2015, he experienced it all. Promotion from the Championship; heavy derby defeats; cup final losses. That would be too much to take for many. But Tav never hid. Rewarded by one of the most iconic captains in football with a captain’s armband of his own, he led the team into the knock-out stages of Europe, before scoring 19 goals in the 2020/21 season – all from right back!Discover More
After a decade of torment, even the most imaginative of Rangers fans couldn’t have written a better script for the 2020/21 season. 102 points from 38 games (a record 25 points clear of second). Unbeaten in the league. No points dropped at Ibrox. 26 clean sheets. Only 13 goals conceded. Beating a 114-year-old record for the most consecutive clean sheets at the start of a season. A resounding 4-1 win in the Old Firm. You never wanted it to end.Discover More
Unconventional. Dedicated. Unapologetic.