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Every season at this club is huge, but some seem to hold that little extra edge of significance. With a totally new core of the squad set to kick off the campaign next Saturday against Kilmarnock, anticipation is in the air.

Throughout the summer, the Rangers Review has been telling you the stories that matter. 

Dujon Sterling arrives at Ibrox with potential to fulfil. We spoke to his long-term coach and mentor Adrian Viveash to gain a unique insight into Beale's second summer signing. 

Sam Lammers also arrives looking to kick on in his career. We caught up with those who knew him best during his footballing education at PSV, charting his journey from Eindhoven to Ibrox

Jack Butland too made a big call to move North, we spoke to those who've played with him to ascertain the player and person Beale's signed. 

We cover every tactical trend developing at Ibrox and stay on top of all the latest data developments, thanks to our partners at StatsBomb. Whether that be the tactical changes in the front line to play with two No.9s, or increasing use of a back three

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