Bill Struth is arguably not only the greatest manager in Glasgow Rangers’ history, but possibly in the whole of Scottish football.
The Glaswegian spent an astonishing 34 years as the club’s boss from 1920 to 1954, which means that he successfully navigated the club through the comeback from World War II. During his time there, he won 18 league titles, 10 Scottish Cups and two League Cups – it is a record that will likely never be beaten at Ibrox.
It is now 100 years since Struth was appointed as the boss in the blue side of Glasgow and, as such, the club will be releasing a plethora of content to celebrate the anniversary. One of the first bits to emerge is an interview with David Mason, who is a club historian, in which he talks about Struth’s legacy at Ibrox.
Is Bill Struth the Rangers' greatest ever manager?
This has attracted plenty of attention from these ‘Gers supporters who have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below:
Remember this day when a was a young cub https://t.co/PGySiy9WSn
— A (@AK72_) June 22, 2020
— (@SeafarerMichael) June 22, 2020
Now we are potentially singing dykes how times have changed https://t.co/BBPYZXkxdt
— Demi ❤️ (@dl_1872) June 22, 2020
The spirit of Bill Struth it carries on https://t.co/lp6JjovDSk
— Winnie (@Steven72Laidlaw) June 22, 2020
Greatest Rangers manager ever along with Walter Smith.
— Curtis (@1872Curtis) June 22, 2020
Won more league titles than most clubs have in their history. Got to be the greatest
— Barca Bear (@BarcaBear) June 22, 2020
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