The Early Days of Vic Mobley

Rangers signed Vic Mobley from Sheffield Wednesday in October 1969 for a fee of £55,000. The following article appeared in ‘The Wizard’ on 10th April 1971. However, his playing career was set to end just three months later on medical advice. He later took up part-time management with Oxford City. Steve Russell


Too Dark to Continue: The 1897 London Senior Cup Tie v Leyton that had to be abandoned, but Rangers did win the Replay

Team: Hunt, Smith (J), Hughes (F), Walburn, Musselwhite, McKenzie, Hadwick, Hughes (R), McDavid, Wallington (A), Wallington (E) Attendance: 5,000 Rangers entered the London Senior Cup at the Round Three stage and took on Leyton at West Kilburn on 27th November 1897. A match report appeared in the Sporting Life two days later: ‘At West Kilburn Continue reading


From January 1927: Rangers lost 1-0 at Highfield Road & the Air was thick with Snowballs!

Team: Hebden, Sweetman, Pierce, McAlister, Eggleton, Gough, Charlesworth, Mustard, Goddard, Middleton, Lofthouse Attendance: 8,187 Rangers travelled to Highfield Road on 22nd January 1927. Under the title: ‘Mixed Sport at Highfield Road’, the following match report appeared in the Coventry Evening Telegraph later that day: ‘With three inches of snow on the ground and only the Continue reading