December 9, 2022

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Rangers hope to win the first European Cup in 50 years: “You want to write history” |  European League 2021/2022

Rangers hope to win the first European Cup in 50 years: “You want to write history” | European League 2021/2022

Tonight, Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers will fight in Seville for the first European Cup of the spring: the Europa League. Both teams – and their fans – made an impression on their way to the final, and there is no clear candidate. Catch all the news in the lead up to the final here.

  1. In advance, 07h46.
  2. Before 07:09, the Frankfurt coach praises the fans who are descending in the tens of thousands. Both Frankfurt and Rangers have ardent fans. “They are unbelievable,” said coach Oliver Glasner. “All the trips they take, the way they push us forward, you can’t define them. It helps to win.” According to Frankfurt, 50,000 German fans will travel to Seville and additional flights have been scheduled, while each team can only get 10,000 tickets. The match will also be shown at the Frankfurt Stadium, where 50,000 tickets have already been sold. Glasner: “Everyone is talking about the final, in the supermarket too. It will be a giant match. We are focused but calm. We will play with enthusiasm.” †
  3. In advance, at 07:00. I love Spain and I will be going on holiday there in a month. We have a good feeling here. The gardens are clean and the playgrounds are incredible. Everything here is perfect for us. Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner, who has already ousted Real Betis and Barcelona this season.
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  5. In advance, at 9:29 p.m., Rangers with Rove (formerly RSCA) and Ramsey. The Rangers will once again have Jamaican Kemar Rove at their disposal on Wednesday. The former Anderlecht striker was already important to the Scots this season, but missed the semi-final against RB Leipzig. “It’s available,” says Van Bronckhorst. “He already trained on Monday and he’ll do the same on Tuesday. He’ll be in check on Wednesday. If you need him, he’s ready.” Aaron Ramsey will also return on Wednesday. The veteran Welshman, on loan from Juventus this season, is playing his first European final. “He hasn’t played much lately,” said Van Bronckhorst. “He is an important player for us. You need experienced men, especially in these types of matches. We are all looking forward to this match. The atmosphere in the group is good. We want to win this cup.” ; †
  6. In advance, 9:27 p.m. Frankfurt might not be an easy opponent, but it’s a possible ticket. Captain James Tavernier, Rangers.
  7. Advance, 9 p.m. 26. Van Bronckhorst wants to make 100,000 Scots who have traveled with him proudly. Giovanni van Bronckhorst is hoping to give Rangers fans a European trophy again after years. “We want to make our fans proud,” the Dutch coach told the Scottish big club in the run-up to Wednesday’s Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville. 100,000 Scots are expected to travel to Seville. Captain James Tavernier, top scorer in the European League with seven goals, agreed with him: “We want to make history and bring the cup back home.” “I see it happening too. The confidence in the group is great. With the support of our great fans we can make it happen. Frankfurt may not be an easy opponent, but it is a possible card.” Van Bronckhorst spoke respectfully of the German opponent in the press conference. “It’s a well-organised team with fast and dangerous players. Frankfurt played really well against Barcelona and West Ham United. They deserve to be in the final.” Rangers FC has so far won one European trophy, and that was in 1972 when the club won its second European Cup at the time. Eintracht Frankfurt was also successful once in Europe, winning the UEFA Cup in 1980. In addition to the European League itself, Rangers and Frankfurt will also have a ticket to the main draw for next season’s Champions League at stake on Wednesday; †
  8. Advance, 21 h 20
  9. Prepared by Eintracht Frankfurt. Kevin Trapp, Almamy Toure, Lucas Tota, Ivan Ndica, Ansgar Knauf, Gabriel Sue, Sebastian Ruud, Philip Kostik, Jesper Lindstrom, Raphael Bure, Daichi Kamada
  10. Rangers setup. Alan McGregor, James Tavernier, Conor Goldson, Calvin Basie, Borna Parisik, Ryan Jack, John Lundstram, Glenn Camara, Scott Wright, Joe Aribeau, Ryan Kent
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