Rangers retailers Castore have officially released a new 150th-anniversary training range online after the series launched in stores earlier in November.
The Manchester-based retailers have released a special training track top and t-shirt which follows the theme of the popular 150th anniversary 4th kit release.
The release also comes amid the club’s special “Blue Week” which sees 25% off the Ibrox home kit and related accessories. See more HERE.
Rangers have released four kits this season as part of the club’s 150th anniversary season with all of them having mixed responses.
The Gers released their stylish home kit ahead of the new season but the gold lettering – designed in celebration of the famous landmark – polarised supporters.
The club’s black kit design, with red and gold accents, is another jersey that has split supporters so far this season.
Castore launch Rangers 150th anniversary training range
Rangers’ 3rd kit – a special purple release which again split the Gers support – was released early ahead of the Champions League qualifier with Malmo.
This was because UEFA rules meant the Gers had to wear the kit against the Swedes and this proved a bad omen as we crashed out of the competition’s qualifiers.
However, it was the club’s 4th kit – probably the most universally loved by the Ibrox support – which courted the most controversy.
Rangers were criticised by whining Celtic voices and their pet poodles in the media for using the song Four Lads Had a Dream to promote the video.
In a genuinely pathetic turn of events, Rangers were accused of dog whistling to sectarianism and – resoundingly – mocked the suggestion via a series of social media posts.
Four Lads Had a Dream remains an Ibrox anthem and one iconic former Rangers defender has been clipped singing the track alongside a bluenose popstar.