Rangers have sent out an updated video regarding the club’s much-lauded Everyone, Anyone diversity campaign and supporters believe the message is loud and clear.
The Ibrox club’s passionate support have commended the club’s messaging and believe that Rangers are clear Ibrox is no place for discrimination of any kind.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) October 21, 2021
The video includes a short snippet from managing director Stewart Robertson, who has hailed the success of the scheme.
“Since the launch of our groundbreaking campaign, we have continued to work together to ensure a positive environment for everyone associated with the club,” said Robertson [Rangers].
“Regardless of age, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or health, we are united by our shared love of the club.”
The video then includes a host of Rangers players, coaches and fans sending out a message against racism, sectarianism and any other form of discrimination.
Plenty of fans have taken to Twitter in support of the message in the Everyone, Anyone video and the Ibrox club deserve plaudits for their proactive approach in this area and the great strides taken over the last period.
— Claire Paterson (@babeclaire1) October 21, 2021
Recently we engaged with the club around the continued success of the Everyone Anyone campaign and highlighted to the club the need for regular updates through the media.
We thank Stewart Robertson for his commitment to this campaign, the message from the club is loud and clear. https://t.co/rlM3N7RzO3
— Rangers Fans For Change (@RFFC2021) October 21, 2021
— Stuart Fraser (@Sfraser23) October 21, 2021
— CHristian LEE 🇰🇷🇬🇧🏴🍊 (@CHLEE_RangersFC) October 21, 2021
So proud of my club @RangersFC 🔴⚪🔵
— Kevin Anderson (@kevinMFtallica) October 21, 2021
— Jock Spiers (@StSpiersy) October 21, 2021
— Be Calm and Follow On #55 (@becalmfollowon) October 21, 2021
And rightly so
— NBU (@nbunortheast1) October 21, 2021
My club 💙💙 WATP🇬🇧
— Zander Clarkson (@ClarksonZander) October 21, 2021
Rangers are preparing to face off against Brondby in the Europa League in a match which is being labelled a “must-win”.
The Ibrox side fell to defeat in their opening two matches at home to Lyon and away to Sparta Prague with the double-header against Brondby a chance to get their Euro season up and running.
But the Gers will have to do it without four key first team players with Steven Gerrard’s squad being put to the test against the Danes.