Giovanni Van Bronckhorst is excited about his debut match as Rangers’ manager.
’ former midfielder Giovanni van Bronckhorst, who won two league titles, two Scottish Cups and a League Cup with the Scottish side between 1998 and 2001, was appointed as the club’s manager to replace Steven Gerrard who parted ways with the Gers to join the Premier LeagueAston Villa
Van Bronckhorst, who will make his debut as Rangers’ manager in the Europa League clash againstSparta Prague
at Ibrox on Thursday, has reflected on the match at a pre-match press conference, saying he is completely focused on leading his side to victory.
“I am looking forward to the first game back in the stadium and of course it will bring many memories of my time when I was a player. Very good memories. I can’t wait to feel the atmosphere again in the stadium but I am old enough to separate my emotions into the focus I need to perform with the team,”
Van Bronckhorst said.
“Before the game it will be mixed feelings but once the whistle goes from the referee I will be fully focused on my task and that is to guide my team to victory.
“It’s a big game, a special game in Europe. They are always great nights at Ibrox in Europe. With the support of the fans in the stadium, we have to create the atmosphere and environment where we can play well and win the game.”
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