James Tavernier pledges memorable Rangers season as John Lundstram craves glory in Europe

25 Th4 2022 | 08:31 | Football

James Tavernier affirmed Rangers could make it a memorable end to the season as he says they are still fighting on three fronts after being voted the club’s Player of the Year.

Captain Ibrox will lead the Light Blues against RB Leipzig at the Red Bull Arena on Thursday night in the first leg of Europa League semifinal.

Then it was Parkhead on Sunday in the final Old Firm clash of the season, a game Rangers must win if they want a glimmer of hope in the title race with Celtic seemingly insurmountable with six points. leader.

The second leg against Leipzig takes place on 5 May against Scottish Cup Finals against Hearts on May 21.

Tavernier “We wanted to make it a memorable end to the season. We’ve got the Europa League semi-finals – and we want to get to the final.

“We’ve got the Scottish Cup Final and in the tournament we’ll try to win every game we can.”

Alfredo Morelos won the Player of the Year award – voted for by supporters – and was also presented at last night’s awards ceremony in Glasgow.

John Lundstram’s stunning strike against Borussia Dortmund has been voted Goal of the Season.

Scouser rates the famous 4-2 win at Westfalen as the greatest victory of his career – but he hopes it gets even better as Rangers seek glory in Europe.

He said: “I didn’t realize at the time what it meant and how important it was but I think I will look back on it as the best thing of my career.

“It was probably the best moment of my career – although beating Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final was also impressive.

“Now we have tickets to the Europa semi-finals so hopefully we can come out on top.”

Ryan Jack, who was presented with the John Greig Special Achievement Award, said: “Hopefully we can bring some silver to Ibrox and then again next season.”

Calvin Bassey was named Young Player of the Year while Morelos also landed Sam English Rosebowl for top scorer.

Other winners:

Women’s Player of the Year – Jane Ross

Women’s Player of the Year – Nicola Docherty

Women’s Goal of the Season – Jane Ross vs Celtic

Academy Player of the Year – Charlie McCann

Team B Player of the Year – Cole McKinnon

Team B goals of the season – Alex Lowry vs Celtic

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