TICKETS are on sale now for the Rangers Charity Foundation’s exclusive Q&A night at Ibrox with Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha, first-team coach Jonatan Johansson and players Graham Dorrans and Josh Windass.
The event, taking place on the evening of Tuesday 10 October will be hosted by TV sports presenter Emma Dodds who will interview the management team and players as well as allowing fans the chance to put their own questions to them.
Hosted in the intimate surroundings of the Thornton Suite, the night promises to be one to remember. It is Pedro’s first fans Q&A since he was appointed in March 2017 – and he is ready to discuss the changes he has made to the first team playing squad as well as their style of play as he bids to bring more success to the Club.
He will be joined by assistant coach Jonatan Johansson, who as well as being able to talk about the current Rangers set-up can share stories from his first time at Ibrox when he served as a player under Walter Smith and Dick Advocaat.
Josh Windass and boyhood Rangers fan Graham Dorrans will both bring players’ perspectives to the evening and are sure to share stories of what it is like to be a Rangers player in 2017, including anecdotes from behind the scenes at the training ground and Ibrox.
Tickets cost just £25 and include a pie and a pint, or a pie and a glass of wine or soft drink, on arrival.
Guests are invited to arrive from 7pm and enter the Stadium via the Bill Struth Main Stand entrance on Edmiston Drive and climb the iconic marble staircase up to the Members Club where there will also be a cash bar.
As well as a Q&A there will be a raffle and auction on the night with some great Rangers prizes on offer.
Places are strictly limited and supporters are urged to book quickly to avoid disappointment.
To book immediately contact the Foundation on 0141 580 8775. Alternatively, email your contact details and the number of tickets you require to [email protected] or fill out the form below putting ‘Q&A Night’ in the ‘Additional request information’ box.
Someone from the Rangers Charity Foundation will then contact you during office hours to arrange payment.