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HoF #18: Manager – Walter Smith
Walter Smith was and still is one of the most revered men in the Rangers organization. Leading the team to 9-in-a-row, his legacy and current standing in the club is unrivaled. We brought him into the Hall of Fame in Season 4, Episode 11. Ladies and gentlemen, Sir Walter.
HoF #17: Player – Jim Baxter
Jim Baxter was one of the most iconic players of Rangers all-time roster. We brought him into the Hall of Fame in Season 4, Episode 8. Please come in, Mr. Baxter Mind your head.
HoF #16: Player – Willie Henderson
Willie Henderson may have been short on stature, but was tall on talent. An able winger on either side, his contribution to Rangers was gigantic. We brought him into the Hall of Fame in Season 4, Episode 7. Welcome, Mr. Henderson.
HoF #15: Player – Davie Cooper
Davie Cooper was an utter legend whose name is always on the lips of Rangers fans when they’re asked “Who best exemplifies the club?” A true Bluenose, and scorer of the most amazing goal. Ever. We brought him into the Hall of Fame in Season 4, Episode 3. True legend.
HoF #14: Player – Willie Johnston
Willie Johnston was a member of that brilliant 1972 team and was one of the most dedicated and solid players to ever don the shirt. We brought him into the Hall of Fame in Season 4, Episode 2. Please enter Mr. Johnston.
HoF #13: Player – Tom Vallance
Tom Vallance shows the true spirit of what this club’s history is all about. A man of the world that knew where his home and family were. We brought him into the Hall of Fame in the first episode of Season 4. Mr. Vallance, we thank you for your efforts.
HoF #12: Player – Jorg Albertz
Jorg Albertz signed with Rangers at the age of 25 and became a fan favourite. His powerful shots are the stuff of legend. We have hereby brought him into the Hall of Fame in episode S2E16. HoF, get ready. Here comes the Hammer!
HoF #11: Player – Ally McCoist
Ally McCoist took a long path to become a Rangers legend and has made it in complete style. His dedication to the club as player and manager is seconded to none. He was inducted into our Hall of Fame in episode S2E13. Ally, you are indeed super.
HoF #10: Player – Alan Morton
Alan Morton may have been short in stature, but was certainly head and shoulders above in his dedication to the club. Fantastic winger and director for the club he played for and loved. He was inducted into the HoF in S2E12. Welcome, Mr. Morton.
HoF #9: Player – Jim Forrest
Jim Forrest was inducted into the Hall of Fame in episode S2E09. He was a man that came to the club and deserved his spot in the side. A true great.
HoF #8: Manager – Bill Struth
Bill Struth‘s term at Ibrox is legendary, bringing silverware and dignity to the club and a spirit that still exists at Rangers today. None can argue that his stamp on the organization is massive and that’s why he was inducted into the HoF in S2E09. Mr. Struth, please allow us to take your hat and coat.
HoF #7: Player – Brian Laudrup
Brian Laudrup came to Ibrox and made an immediate impact. The manner by which he was able to unlock defences is unparalleled and is still talked about today, as mentioned in S2E06. Best of health, Mr. Laudrup.
HoF #6: Manager – Jock Wallace
Jock Wallace showed the club strength in management and, among other accomplishments, helped end Celtic’s Nine-In-A-Row run. S2E05. Mr. Wallace, please come this way.
HoF #5: Player – Arthur Numan
Arthur Numan brought his calm playing style and sense of leadership to become one of the best left backs Rangers have seen. His dedication to the club on and off the field are remarkable, and well worth a mention in S2E04. He must feel great about meeting tva…most are. Ladies and gentlemen…Arthur Numan.
HoF #4: Player – Richard Gough
Richard Gough is our third player entry into the WATP Hall of Fame, as mentioned in S2E03. The man has been a legend for the club helping carry Rangers to Nine In A Row. Welcome to the club, Mr. Gough.
HoF #3: Player – Ian Durrant
Ian Durrant is our second player entry into the WATP Hall of Fame, as mentioned in S2E02. He has shown time and time again his dedication to the club that he loves. Injury couldn’t finish him, other teams couldn’t deal with him. Welcome in, Ian Durrant.
HoF #2: Team – The 1972 European Cup Winners’ Cup Winners
The Team from Barcelona in 1972 is our first team entry into the WATP Hall of Fame, as mentioned in S2E01. Their success, teamwork, and the run that they had set them apart in many regards. We welcome the team to the HoF in the same way that they played; as a team.
HoF #1: Player – John Greig
John Greig is our first entry into the WATP Hall of Fame, as mentioned in S1E15. His dedication to the club both as a player, manager, and board member has made him truly one of the Rangers greats. It is an honour to have him be our first entry into the Hall of Fame.