Rangers have already done superbly well to take their place in the Europa League group stages. Steven Gerrard’s men had to face four qualifying rounds, meaning their season started way back in July. However, they’re now here and with an away trip to Villarreal later the fans have been trying to work out just who will be in the squad.
We’re on our way, we’re on our way! pic.twitter.com/r9qZwr9V3M
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) 19 September 2018
The fans have been looking very deep into the video of their players getting off the bus at the airport before their flight and they’ve noticed a few things. Seeing Graham Dorrans prepare to travel is always good news fpor the fans who are looking forward to having him back out on the pitch. The noticeable absence of Ovie Ejaria has also been commented on. A lot of fans, though, are just delighted to see Coulibaly there.
The fans will be excited to see who Steven Gerrard trusts with the responsibility of starting against Villarreal. The Spanish side are one of the favourites to win the group and could be dark horses to take home the Europa league and win the tournament. If Gerrard can get his side out of the group stages then it will be viewed as a huge achievement and it will be interesting to see who they play and how they fare later.
You can read The Bluenoses’ verdict on their squad for later here:
Great to see Graham Dorrans part of the squad
— TM no trade mark (@TomCommentator) 19 September 2018
So please to see Dorrans back in the squad
— Derek Rooney (@DRooney03) 19 September 2018
Into battle guys. Good luck. WATP!
— Iain (@rhapger) September 19, 2018
Coulibaly pushed the bus to the airport himself…didn’t break a sweat!
— craig smith (@surfice) 19 September 2018
Coulibaly.. last oot the bus, first name on the team sheet
— Colin gormal (@cjdj62) September 19, 2018
No Ejaria by the looks of things.
— ThundawingDoomslayer (@Jay_Cl1) September 19, 2018
The fans will be buzzing for the huge Europa league clash and will be hoping they can take a good result home from Spain.