By Saikat Mandal

18th May, 2022 | 9:15am

German newspaper spot bizarre Rangers weakness ahead of Europa League final

German newspaper Bild has spotted a “weakness” for Rangers ahead of their Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Gers will take on German outfit Frankfurt in the final on Wednesday (18 May) in Sevilla, and it’s going to be a fiesty contest between the two sides.

Bild has hailed the Ibrox atmosphere as “sensational” and described the Gers as a “power”. But, the newspaper suggests they could struggle to cope with the temperature in Spain.

The newspaper suggests that in Glasgow, the temperature is around 16 degrees with light drizzle, whereas in Sevilla it is around 33-37 degrees. The temperature is hot and humid in Spain at the moment.

The players could find it hard to adjust the temperature “shock”, and this could work as an advantage for Frankfurt.


Seriously? This is so hilarious.

The players travel all over the world and they have to quickly adjust to varying temperatures.

Moreover, it’s the final of the Europa League.

The Gers players have covered a lot of distance playing in different parts of Europe this season, and they will be fully ready for the challenge.

This is arguably their biggest game of the season, and probably also in a decade, and they won’t mind playing in a hot desert for live an occasion like this.

Frankfurt are a dangerous side, and they have knocked out two very good teams in Barcelona and West Ham to reach this far. It won’t be an easy game.

At the same time, Rangers have done incredibly well to reach this far, beating teams like Braga, Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade and RB Leipzig.

In the final, it’s all about mental preparation. If they can control their nerves, and stick to their game plan, there’s no reason why they can’t win the trophy.

In other Rangers news, One 25-year-old could now be deemed as surplus to requirements at Ibrox this season