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Remembrance day
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6th Nov 2012

From Jim Hannah's Facebook page.....

For all of you who remember the stunning Poppy display for remembrance day a few years back, I am planning to have another one on the 10th November that’s next Saturday, it should prove to be another beauty.
The plan is to have one giant poppy and 4 smaller ones in the Govan Front and Rear…..a massive Union Flag in the Copland and another giant Union Flag in the Broomloan this is in honour of the Men and Women who were killed serving our Country to make the World a better place to live in, LEST WE FORGET.

The Cards should be held up as the teams come out and remain held up during the minute’s silence, after which 2 Para’s will abseil from the roof of the Govan stand with the match ball.
This will show the World once and forever what our Armed Forces mean to every living Rangers Fan the World over as it should do to any decent living human being who lives in our Country.
At half time the Club has invited 300 service personnel from the Army, Navy, and the RAF to come onto the pitch when the Rangers Fans will give them a reception they will never forget.
We need this game to sell out to Honour our Armed Services and to make the display work, so please get this out to every Rangers media source you know and let the Rangers Family play their part in honouring the deceased and the living in our Armed Forces.
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6th Nov 2012

SCOTTISH Premier League (SPL) clubs will decide for themselves if their players will sport Remembrance Day poppies on their shirts at the weekend.
The issue proved controversial two years ago, when some Celtic fans held up a banner proclaiming "No Blood-Stained Poppy on our Hoops". It led to Celtic promising to ban any supporter found to have taken part in the protest.
At the time, SPL clubs were committed to a three-year agreement with Poppy Scotland to carry the emblem on their jerseys as a mark of respect. However, that agreement ended last year and the SPL say it is providing no advice to clubs on the matter this year.
Rangers will host a range of activities at Ibrox on Saturday, when Peterhead are the visitors. A club spokesman said Rangers strips would carry poppies.
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1st Feb 2013

Rangers Charity Foundation

FOLLOWING a recent newspaper article which was critical of Remembrance Day events at Ibrox Stadium, the Armed Forces and Rangers Football Club met today and are pleased to issue the following joint statement on the strength of our relationship:

The Armed Forces are extremely grateful for the long-standing and continued support that they receive from Rangers Football Club, its players and supporters and appreciate the effort that goes into staging the many special events that are run in support of Service charities throughout the year by the Rangers Charity Foundation.

It has been brought to the Services’ attention that a small number of people did not find the conduct of the Servicemen and women involved in the 2012 Remembrance Weekend event at Ibrox Stadium to be appropriate for the occasion.

The General Officer Commanding Scotland and Rangers Football Club have discussed this issue at length and have agreed that Remembrance Day will continue to be marked by the club in future with activities that are suitably sombre and restrained.

The Service chiefs in Scotland will emphasise to their people that the focus of all Remembrance activities should be on those who have died in the service of their country, not on those serving in the Armed Forces today, and that they must be conducted with solemnity and respect.

Planning has already commenced for a Remembrance event at Ibrox in November 2013 and this will include both pre-match and half-time acts of remembrance.

The heads of the Armed Forces in Scotland are keen for the public to be able to show their appreciation for the Armed Forces – such displays of admiration for our soldiers, sailors and airmen and the recognition of the difficult and dangerous work they undertake on behalf of the nation are good for morale and for the relationship between the Armed Forces and society.

The focus for such events should be on Armed Forces Day and at the many and various homecoming parades and community engagement events held throughout the year.

Rangers Football Club is planning a major match day Armed Forces event early in the autumn once the new season is under way.

The General Officer Commanding Scotland is keen to ensure that the strong relationship between Rangers Football Club and the Armed Forces remains intact and that the club will continue to arrange events at which the nation’s warriors can be acknowledged in the future.

He also hopes that Rangers Football Club will continue to deliver its strong support to military charities and thanks the Rangers Charity Foundation in particular for its partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity this season.

He wishes all those taking part in the Walk With Heroes at Ibrox in aid of The Soldiers’ Charity on Sunday 28th April the very best of luck and thanks them in advance for their fund-raising efforts.
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