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Rangers fans are delighted at the club’s latest inclusion initiative

Rangers have announced their new ‘Everyone Anyone’ campaign and the club’s supporters are fully behind it.

The initiative aims to promote equality and modernise the club, as well as championing diversity and togetherness.

The announcement will be followed by events at Ibrox, the Hummel Training Centre and across the community.

It will also set out a clear message of zero tolerance to all forms of discrimination on and off the pitch. Both Steven Gerrard and Steve Clarke suffered sectarian abuse at Ibrox last season and the ‘Everyone Anyone’ campaign will aim to deal with these sorts of problems.

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Then-Kilmarnock manager Clarke was on the end of abuse from the home support at Ibrox, whereas Gerrard faced sectarian chants directed towards him from travelling Aberdeen fans.

It’s hoped that this initiative will help target an issue that is all too prevalent in Scottish society, and here’s what the Rangers supporters had to say about the club’s big announcement on Twitter…

Article title: Rangers fans are delighted at the club’s latest inclusion initiative

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