Ronald de Boer insists Rangers could upset Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men prepare for a two-legged Euro showdown with the German giants, to make it to the last 16 of the competition.
Superstar Norwegian striker Earling Holland is suspected of injury – but that is not the only threat Dortmund has.
Jude Bellingham, Thorgen Hazard, Marco Reyes and Donnelly Mellon are some of the big names who can be included in the showdown.
Haaland lost a weekend win over Union Berlin after taking a knock last month.
Dortmund are welcoming Rangers to Signal Idona Park on Thursday before returning to Ibrox next week.
In an exclusive interview with SunsportDe Boer, Qatar’s legacy ambassador, said: “I think the Rangers will have a chance to be upset. Dortmund will definitely be a favorite because behind Bayern Munich, they are Germany’s top team.
“They didn’t have a good start to the season, but they have kept improving. They also have a Dutch player, Daniel Mellon, whom I have seen play a lot and he is getting better and better.
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“It’s a team that has a lot of great players, but the Rangers will still have a chance to go through that.
“I think it’s going to be a tough fixture and I’m looking forward to it.”
Meanwhile, Stuart Robertson has promised to do it there Never Repeat the Rangers’ financial crisis of 2012.
He told Sky SportsNathan Peterson’s transfer to Everton at a record fee has given us a fourth pillar in our business model.
“Now we see that it is very possible that we will be in a profitable position this season.
“Going forward, we will be sustainable. This is the business model we have now.
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“We are looking forward to this season. This is where we want to be.
“This is a business plan and strategy. It has been discussed and signed by the board.
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“This is where the Rangers are supposed to be. We can’t put ourselves in a position to go back to where we were ten years ago.
“its not possible.
“We are only here for a short time with the club’s responsibility.
“As a Rangers fan, it’s very important to me personally that when I get out of here one day the club will be much better than the day it came out.”
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