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Rent Rangers Ride Again (2010)

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"That's why we're champions" was the favourite refrain of the joyous supporters as Rangers motored to their second successive SPL title for the first time in a decade in what was an incredible 2009/10 campaign. Walter Smith and his backroom squad galvanised the team to deliver one of the greatest title successes in the Club's history. A world record 53rd League Championship and 26th League Cup success were achieved through organisation, determination and fantastic performances. In the end it was a procession to glory with the coronation coming three games from the end when Kyle Lafferty's left foot strike gave Rangers the victory they needed over Hibernian at Easter Road.
Rangers Ride Again is the story of the astonishing campaign with all of the action and a host of exclusive interviews with the men that mattered. Captain David Weir looks back over a glorious season in which he didn't miss a minute of SPL action while teenage defender Danny Wilson talks about his stunning breakthrough. Steven Davis talks about the season of his life while Lee McCulloch reflects on the best campaign of his career, finding new life in a central midfield position, and Mo Edu recalls the joy of winning the crucial Old Firm game in February. Goal heroes Kenny Miller and Kris Boyd discuss their fantastic partnership and Miller reflects on the astonishing Co-operative Insurance Cup final victory over St Mirren when his sensational goal gave nine-man Rangers one of the most remarkable Hampden triumphs. Ally McCoist and Kenny McDowall give their verdicts on the season when Rangers triumphed against the odds and Manager of the Season, Walter Smith, describes 2009/10 as one of the finest of his illustrious caree
British Films, Sports & Sport Films
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