Some prominent creative Rangers fans could be set to release a special Alfredo Morelos book with the intention of raising funds for the Colombian’s own foundation.
Renowned Rangers writer Jeff Holmes and club photographer Willie Vass have offered to publish a book which will help fund the Alfredo Morelos Foundation.
Morelos – who is from the Colombian town of Cerete which has a population of around 60,000 – set up the Foundation back in September and said it would “help many people and will bring out great talents from my land”.
Our favourite snapper @WillieVass and I have offered to publish a book on Alfredo Morelos and every penny will go to his newly-inaugurated foundation. Just waiting on the club's media guy @RFC_Rab getting back to us and giving us his opinion on the idea.
— Jeff Holmes (@JeffH1960) November 6, 2019
It’s a nice touch from the popular Rangers duo who say they’re simply waiting on the response of Rangers Head of Digital & Media, Robert Boyle, to see if the project is a goer.
Supporters will surely flock to pick up the book with Alfredo Morelos currently the fan favourite at Ibrox.
The idea that the funds raise will support the 23-year-old’s Colombian community will only help inspire people to buy the book more.
Jeff Holmes is an established writer who focuses on producing special Rangers related books, with his works including Wingin’ It: the Mark Walters Story, Rangers in Russia: the Story of the 1962 Tour, and more recently the Gers Greatest Victories over Celtic.
Read more about the author HERE.
If you’re a Rangers fan, chances are you’ll have seen and enjoyed the work of photographer Willie Vass in the past.
The Ibrox snapper’s work is synonymous with the club and you can view more of his amazing photographs via his digital portfolio HERE.