James Tavernier: It would put me in the category amongst the greats in the club

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James Tavernier, It would put me in the category amongst the greats in the club

James Tavernier who is the captain of Rangers recently appeared in an interview. The 30-year-old spoke about the upcoming Europa League final against Frankfurt.

“It’s been a rollercoaster,” Tavernier admitted in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports. “It’s been a journey. Some of the results that we have taken back to Ibrox, and to overcome the results that we’ve had.

“We could have done better in the group stage but that gets long forgotten when it comes to you progressing in the knockout stages.”

“We know Frankfurt are a very good team – they have knocked out Barcelona and West Ham,” said James Tavernier. “You can’t really consider the league position they’re in. They’ve got to the final for a reason.

“They are good at counter-attacks, and they’re a German team so they will obviously be good on the ball and strong physically. So we just have to nullify their threats and really take the game to them.”

“It will be a dream come true for me personally,” says Tavernier of leading Rangers to continental glory. “They’re an exceptional group of boys who are in there and I couldn’t be prouder to be walking out with them come Wednesday night. It’s been 50 years since we last won a European cup and it’s our 150th anniversary.”

“It would put me in the category amongst the greats in the club. That’s where we all want to be,” he says. “We want to put a legacy down for the day we retire. You can look back on your career and be proud of it.”

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