Andy Halliday concedes he wanted to get exact retribution against Progres Niederkorn after Rangers booked their place in the Europe League playoffs.
- The Match with Progres Niederkorn
Officers held their nerve in Slovenia to edge past Maribor as they finished a 3-1 total triumph with a goalless attracts the Ljudski Stadion. Anyway as opposed to going up against Niederkorn, the minnows who thumped Pedro Caixinha’s Rangers out of the opposition in mortifying style a year back, the Light Blues currently confront a 4,600-mile round-trip after Progres were shot around Russian side FC Ufa. They fixed their date with Steven Gerrard’s men with a last-wheeze second-leg equalizer in Luxembourg in any case, while Halliday was frustrated to pass up a major opportunity for a rematch with Progres, he demands Rangers have plans to go more distant than the last qualifier.
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