Rangers fans sent message by club employee ahead of Liverpool Champions League clash

Greg Marshall has advised all the Rangers fans to avoid taking the train for their Champions League clash against Liverpool on 4 October.

The club’s Supporters Liasion Officer has sent fans this message due to the strike announced by the rail workers’ union ASLEF. [Scottish Sun]

Rangers will send their fans further information this week as to the alternate modes of travel for this crunch European tie at Anfield.

Via Twitter, Marshall wrote, “Supporters traveling to Liverpool: Please note, due to potential industrial action on 05 October 2022, supporters are advised not to travel by rail for this fixture. Further travel information will be available following our stadium visit next week.”


These strikes are undoubtedly going to create chaos and led to some more complications for the fans going into the game.

It’s good to see the club being proactive and sending warning messages to fans a couple of weeks in advance so they can look for alternate arrangements.

Drivers at 12 different companies have decided to strike due to issues with their pay and it’s going to happen on two occasions next month.

Hopefully, no fan misses this game because of the strikes as it’s one of the biggest away fixtures in the Champions League and nobody would want to be absent from a European night at Anfield.

Both sides’ fans are going to be up for the occasion and the atmosphere that the home of Liverpool generates is like few others throughout Europe.

Even for the game at Ibrox, we’re expecting the Reds fans to be loud and proud and we cannot wait for the international break to end.

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