Many believe that the game of football has a language of its own. One of those men clearly isn’t Rangers veteran goal scorer Kenny Miller.
The 37-year-old is worried that his side will have difficulty making it through to later stages of the Europa League due to this phenomenon.
Rangers face Luxembourg side Progres Niederkorn in the Europa League, and Miller has said to the Daily Record that “the only small issue we have got is the language, which I’m sure will be addressed over the course of the season.”
This is brought up ahead of a big tie in which Rangers cannot afford any embarrassment whatsoever. A loss, or even a draw, would be a very poor start. And Miller is worried that it will all be ‘lost in translation.’
The good news is that they should have plenty of quality to come through this tie, even at such an early stage. But the barrier will certainly come down the longer the season rolls on.