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Today we at the Founders Trail will once again have the privilege of telling the greatest sporting story of all.

A wonderful tale of four kids who came to Glasgow from the Scottish countryside and formed , solely  for the love of football and the pursuit of sporting excellence, what was to become the world’s most successful football club.

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Enjoy yourselves as it is an amazing trip so emotional & inspiring. Anyone who hasn't done it must question the staunchness of their staunchness. Seriously every Rangers supporter should do it. It makes a great birthday/Christmas/Father's/Mother's day etc. pressie.

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12 hours ago, Tom0411 said:

Enjoy yourselves as it is an amazing trip so emotional & inspiring. Anyone who hasn't done it must question the staunchness of their staunchness. Seriously every Rangers supporter should do it. It makes a great birthday/Christmas/Father's/Mother's day etc. pressie.

Every new PLAYER should be taken along to find out just what the club is all about.

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Been on The Founders Trail a few times and there is always something new to learn. I thoroughly enjoyed it today, as did my "carer". Looking forward to next Sunday's trip. 

Keep up the good work. The time and effort you put in researching Our Club's history is amazing and I thank you for it.

 

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23 hours ago, The Moonlighter said:

Today we at the Founders Trail will once again have the privilege of telling the greatest sporting story of all.

A wonderful tale of four kids who came to Glasgow from the Scottish countryside and formed , solely  for the love of football and the pursuit of sporting excellence, what was to become the world’s most successful football club.

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You do some fantastic work for our club, and I thank you for it. I'd love to go, but can hardly walk these days. Is the Trail wheelchair accessible? If so I'll drop hints to my kids, about what to get me for my birthday, or Xmas. Cheers!

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2 hours ago, Thewhitesettler said:

You do some fantastic work for our club, and I thank you for it. I'd love to go, but can hardly walk these days. Is the Trail wheelchair accessible? If so I'll drop hints to my kids, about what to get me for my birthday, or Xmas. Cheers!

Thank you.

I'm afraid that the coach isn't designed to accommodate wheelchairs but  we can discuss getting you around on the Tour.

We're on 0790 2855536.

 

 

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