Argyll's, now Argyll and Dunbartonshire's Gareloch played a unique role in the establishment of football in Glasgow and therefore in Scotland and beyond. It was with two of the McNeil brothers, Moses and Peter, plus their childhood friend, Peter Campbell, the major source of Rangers Football Club and pioneering Scotland international encounters. And older brother, Harry, was an early stalwart of Queen's Park as well as again a early Scotland regular. Moreover, in Tom Vallance it also produced another major figure of Rangers' first and Scotland's second wave.
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