It doesn’t matter who Rangers get in the Champions League

It doesn’t matter who Rangers get in the Champions League
EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS - AUGUST 24: Antonio-Mirko Colak (R) of Glasgow Rangers celebrate victory with team Borna Barišić mate after the UEFA Champions League play-Off Secaon Leg match between PSV Eindhoven and Glasgow Rangers at Phillips Stadium on August 24, 2022 in Eindhoven, Netherlands. (Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Getty Images)

While attention turns to today’s draw this afternoon, honestly? We don’t care. Rangers achieved what we wanted and that was getting to the group stage, and securing the financial gold on offer as a result.

Some fans are arguing about who they want, but we literally don’t care.

Sure, it would be nice to get the glamour, the Real Madrids, Juventus, Bayern, Napoli, Inter etc, or it would be nice to get a chance to progress via Milan, maybe revenge on Eintracht…

But it doesn’t really matter to us. Rangers got there, that was what counted.

We secured the £65M for getting to the Champions League group stage, and while we are not making up the numbers, this was our goal; getting there.

Sure, again, getting further would be nice, and we will support our side all the way to doing so, but this club has been on a recovery for 10 years, and getting to the UCL group stage was 100% the final stage in doing so.

That was the goal, anything beyond this is a bonus.

So we look forward to the draw, to seeing who we get, but whoever it is makes no real difference.

We WILL hear that Champions League music at Ibrox at least three times this season WITH the crest flags and not just the ball flag.

And that is the end of the Journey.

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  1. Fantastic just to be in it
    We fear no one
    No pressure on us whatsoever lets enjoy the ride
    Rangers deserve to be there for all the hard work we put in europe defo

  2. Could we possibly be greedy and say the journey is ongoing ? ….treble and qaulification for last 16 …..ok took that too far …. haha .

  3. I agree with most of this article, however, this isn’t the end of the journey. It’s a fork in the road. Depending on what direction we take will determine the outcome of the rest of the season. One direction, we throw everything at the UCL/UEL and potentially lose the league again and need to go through the UCL qualifiers next season. Take the other direction and risk disappointing some fans by throwing the towel in (like Sellik) in Europe and concentrate on re-taking the league and guarantee UCL next season. Difficult one to pick between, but one that will help us progress as a club and a family regardless.

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