Leading Rangers fan media unite for unique monthly collaboration aimed at Ibrox fans
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Trio of leading Rangers fan media unite for new show aimed at Ibrox fans

A trio of popular Rangers fan media has launched a new monthly podcast for supporters of the Ibrox club.

The Rangers Review will bring together David Edgar of Heart & Hand, Stevie Clifford of Four Lads Had a Dream and YouTuber CJ Novo for a monthly look at all things Rangers.

A trio of popular Rangers fan media has launched a new show aimed at the Ibrox club’s supporters. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

All three will take turns hosting the show which brings together three of the biggest authorities in Rangers media on one monthly platform.

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Hosting the first show, Heart & Hand host David Edgar expressed his excitement at the link-up as the Rangers trio looked forward to the undertaking the project.

“Welcome to the Rangers Report,” said David Edgar [Rangers Review].

“That’s when three, if we can be modest, leading lights of Rangers fan media get together to discuss all the things that have been happening over the last month or so.

“People seem to think that because the three of us have our own thing we must have a terrible rivalry.

“When in fact that’s not true at all, we’ve always been very helpful to each other and quite enjoy discussing Rangers with each other, because we’re fans.

“So we thought we’d just get together once a month with no real rules or lists in place.”

The three leading voices in Rangers media got together this month to discuss everything from the transfer window to our early season form.

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The trio would also cover Rangers’ European successes this season as they look ahead to the Europa League group stages, with plenty of discussion over who they believe are the key men this season.

Rangers fans can listen to the podcast’s inaugural show HERE on the Heart & Hand Patreon and can look forward to this monthly link-up from three of Rangers media’s biggest names.


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