RangersTV line-up to be announced amid legendary broadcaster rumours
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RangersTV line-up to be announced amid legendary broadcaster rumours

Rangers are set to announce their RangersTV line-up for the season, according to Rangers fan media Heart & Hand.

Quoting info they have received from the club, the popular Rangers fan podcast took to Twitter to express their excitement over the news that the line-up will be announced on 03/08/20.

Cammy Bell, a podcaster with Heart & Hand, would then take to Twitter to express his delight at the news and excitement about some of the rumours surrounding the announcement.

https://twitter.com/Beatthatbeat/status/1290016876588748800

Bell claims that “if the rumours are true” then there “won’t be a UK club with a better line up”.

RangersTV, like club media across football, is set to come under greater scrutiny this season with no-to-limited crowds allowed back in stadiums.

Across Scotland, teams will be allowed to offer season ticket holders special virtual season tickets which will allow clubs to broadcast their matches to those holding a traditional season ticket.

There are plenty of rumours involving the names which could be involved, including the likes of Darrell Currie, Graeme Souness, Ally McCoist and Neil McCann.

There’s plenty of talk on Twitter about legendary broadcaster Clive Tyldesley but absolutely no official confirmation of this. (Photo by AMA/Corbis via Getty Images)

But the most interesting one concerns legendary broadcaster Clive Tyldesley.

After the iconic voice of ITV was shunted down to secondary commentator Tyldesley expressed his frustration via a video on Twitter.

Some Rangers fans then asked the club to consider Tyldesley for a role at RangersTV and with the news that the commentator follows the Ibrox club, it’s sent the rumour mill into overdrive.

https://twitter.com/cameron19900407/status/1290163162856206337

This is absolutely no confirmation of who will be on the RangersTV line-up this season but fans will not be eagerly awaiting the news concerning who’ll be covering the club at Ibrox this season.

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