Andy Goram, John Brown, Richard Gough, Dave McPherson, David Robertson, Ian Ferguson, Stuart McCall, Trevor Steven, Ian Durrant, Mark Hateley, Ally McCoist.
Even most younger Bears know the majority of these legends, the class of 92 which travelled to Elland Road and secured one of the all-time most famous wins in Rangers’ history.
This was, and remains to this day, the biggest away result, aside Barcelona 72, that Rangers have ever had.
You might point to Parma and Borussia, but we didn’t actually win in Italy, and the win in Germany was the first leg and it was only the Europa League.
The closest comparison since Leeds to Leeds would be Copenhagen – where a critical win away from home was secured in Denmark to give us UCL group stages.
But Copenhagen are no Leeds.
And they’re no PSV.
Tonight the challenge facing Rangers is tougher than the UEL final – and it’s a much better team than Eintracht are.
Giovanni requires to take his Rangers side, amid the worst preparation in the history of the club preceding a European match (especially one of this magnitude) and win on foreign soil.
He needs his second European away win as a football manager (the first being Dortmund), Rangers need our second away win under him, at a venue of one of Europe’s great sides.
The prep couldn’t have been much sh*tt*er frankly – going ahead with the Hibs game, two red cards, dropping points, fatigue, Goldson’s garbage, his mockery on social media, the Morelos chaos.
It’s the worst atmosphere we’ve had around our club in a long time.
And the quality of our current side probably doesn’t match those legends of 92 by a long way, save for a few outstanding talents.
Ergo, this will require deep digging on a level we’ve rarely to never seen.
This isn’t FC UFA, where we dug deep to record the result we needed down to 9 men – that was the Europa League qualifiers against complete unknowns.
This is PSV, a Euro powerhouse, who want UCL as badly as we do.
Can we do it?
We couldn’t possibly say.