Rangers 1995-96 Away
Season Info: The Rangers 1995-96 season was a hugely successful period for the club, as they won a domestic treble of the Scottish Premier Division, Scottish Cup, and Scottish League Cup.
Managed by Walter Smith, Rangers had a strong squad during this period, featuring players such as Brian Laudrup, Paul Gascoigne, and Ally McCoist. The team's success was built on a solid defence, led by captain and centre-back, Richard Gough.
In the Scottish Premier Division, Rangers finished the season unbeaten, winning 28 of their 36 games and finishing 15 points clear of second-placed Celtic. They also reached the final of the Scottish League Cup, defeating Heart of Midlothian 4-3 in a thrilling encounter.
In the Scottish Cup, Rangers reached the final once again, where they faced Hearts. Despite going behind early on, Rangers came back to win 5-1, with a hat-trick from McCoist and goals from Gascoigne and Ian Durrant.
Off the pitch, Rangers also made history during this period, becoming the first Scottish club to reach the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. They were drawn against the likes of Ajax, AC Milan, and AEK Athens, and eventually finished third in their group.
Overall, the Rangers 1995-96 season was one of the most successful periods in the club's history, as they dominated Scottish football and made their mark on the European stage. The treble-winning season is still remembered fondly by Rangers fans today.