MADRID, May 17. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The coach of Eintracht Frankfurt, Oliver Glasner, stated that “all of Europe is going to enjoy this match”, in relation to the Europa League final that they will play this Wednesday (9:00 p.m.) against Rangers, a team that he considers to be a mix “between West Ham and Barcelona”.
“The emotions have only grown in recent months. I am very proud of the players and what they have done in the last two months. Both teams deserve to be in the final. In the case of Rangers, I see a kind of mix between West Ham and Barcelona. We need to give our best version,” Glasner told the media.
Asked about the team’s plan, the Austrian coach confirmed that they did not want to train behind closed doors this Tuesday. “We also didn’t want to keep our training a secret, but we also didn’t want to delay our schedule to the point of having dinner at 9pm,” he noted.
“The other decisions are made based on what I think the players need and prefer at that time,” said Glasner, who believes that both clubs will have great support at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium.
“Both Rangers and Eintracht are teams that play with a lot of passion and a lot of support. The whole of Europe is going to enjoy this game tomorrow,” said the German coach.