Has Rangers ever had 10 in a row?

Has Rangers ever had 10 in a row?

Has Rangers ever had 10 in a row?

Winning a 55th league title would not only extend Rangers' world record for most domestic league titles, currently shared with Northern Ireland's Linfield, but more importantly, it would stop bitter rivals Celtic from becoming the first Scottish club to win 10 successive titles.

Who stopped Rangers winning 10 in a row?

Harald Brattbakk helped Rosenborg to ten league titles in a row, but the ex-Celtic striker says the highlight of his career will always be denying Rangers' ten.

How many titles did Rangers win in a row?

In 2020–21, Rangers won the Scottish Premiership, their first top-flight title in ten years, a world record fifty-fifth Scottish league win. It also stopped rivals Celtic on their quest to break the domestic record by winning ten top-flight league titles in a row. Ibrox Stadium has been involved in two major tragedies.

How many times have Rangers done 9 in a row?

Celtic won the 1973–74 title by four points over Hibs and five over Rangers, equalling the post-World War II European record of nine consecutive championships....Seasonal statistics: Celtic 19.
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Who won Rangers 9 in a row?

In season 1996–97 Rangers went on to win their ninth championship in a row, thereby equalling Celtic's achievement of the late 1960s and early 1970s. In the cup competitions, they were knocked out of the Scottish Cup at the quarter-finals stage, losing 2–0 to Celtic.

When did Rangers stop Celtic winning 10 in a row?

Not only has Celtic's attempt to break a Scottish record by winning a 10th championship in a row been halted but Rangers have recovered in full from their financial meltdown of 2012. After that, the club were placed in Scottish football's lowest professional tier.

When did Rangers lose ten in a row?

The season 1997–98 proved to be Walter Smith's last season as manager and Rangers were unable to win their tenth league championship in a row.

Who stopped Rangers 9 in a row?

Their run was eventually stopped by local rivals Rangers, who later received significant financial investment and matched the achievement between 1988––97 – Celtic were the team to win the next title and prevent their record being broken.

When did Rangers win 9 in a row?

1996–97 In season 1996–97 Rangers went on to win their ninth championship in a row, thereby equalling Celtic's achievement of the late 1960s and early 1970s. In the cup competitions, they were knocked out of the Scottish Cup at the quarter-finals stage, losing 2–0 to Celtic.

How many times have Rangers won the Scottish League?

  • The club has won the Scottish League title 55 times, a domestic league joint world record, the Scottish Cup 33 times, the Scottish League Cup a record 27 times and the domestic treble on seven occasions, a joint world record shared with rivals Celtic.

Where does Glasgow Rangers play their home games?

  • Their home ground, Ibrox Stadium, in the southwest of the city, is the third largest football stadium in the country. Although not part of the official name, the club is occasionally referred to as Glasgow Rangers. Rangers have played in blue shirts since the inception of the club.

Who was Celtic goalkeeper when Rangers stopped 10 in a row?

  • Celtic had sacked Tommy Burns and turned to unheralded Dutchman, Wim Jansen, as his replacement. From pre-season chaos at Parkhead, a triumphant team emerged and 22 years on, goalkeeper Jonathan Gould and striker Harald Brattbakk recount the season they helped stop the 10. Celtic's title challenge didn't exactly roar into life.

Who is the record goalscorer for Rangers Football Club?

  • Ally McCoist is the club's record goalscorer, scoring 355 goals during his Rangers career. This list encompasses the major honours won by Rangers, records set by the club, their managers and their players.

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