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Omagh man playing key role at Rangers

American author Mark Twain once said, “Find a job you enjoy  doing, and  you will never have to work  a day in your life.”

Right now that quote resonates with Omagh man David Graham who is the head of communications and media relations at Rangers Football Club.

For someone who is a lifelong Rangers supporter, has been a season ticket holder for the best part of a tumultuous decade and who on a regular basis is in conversation with the legend that is Steven Gerrard, life doesn’t really get any better when your club has just been crowned Scottish champions for a record 55th  time.

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The Mountjoy native is pretty much living the dream and he feels privileged to be a key cog behind the scenes at Ibrox. More than most he  appreciates what a great time it is to be involved at Rangers and just how much pain and turmoil the club and it’s supporters have  endured  since it emerged from the ashes of liquidation back in 2012.

FULL STORY IN TODAY’S ULSTER HERALD

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