No Euro trip for Rangers


Rangers fans hoping for the
normal official club-arranged European trip for the Europa League clash with
Macedonians Shkupi were left disappointed recently when the club decided, after
consultation with recently-appointed ‘official travel partner’ Thomas Cook, to
withdraw any offer of conventional club trips on this occasion.

The reasons for the withdrawal
were cited as limited aircraft being available therefore raising the cost to unacceptable
levels, but given Cook were only appointed on the 18th of this month it has to
be classed as mildly farcical and rather poor to fail to deliver what your
remit is.
The match is likely to be held in
Phillips II 34,000 stadium in Skopje due to Shkupi’s own ground failing to meet
UEFA guidelines, and reports are at least 2,000 Rangers fans would have made
the trip, but for that to happen they will need to make their own way there.
It is not the best start for a
travel partnership it has to be said, and here’s hoping it’s the only time it


  1. Don’t know why it’s a big deal. Google flights & hotels. I’ll be there, hope it’s as good as Neiderkorn with a better outcome.

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