'Come soon enough' - Rangers coach opens up on atmosphere before cup final
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Murty looking forward to Glasgow Cup final clash with Celtic

Rangers Academy coach Graeme Murty has admitted that his squad are looking forward to tomorrow’s Glasgow Cup final clash with Celtic – and revealed that the players would rather the game take place today.
The young Gers travel to Celtic Park tomorrow to face their bitter rivals and, hopefully, complete the first leg of a league and cup double.

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Murty believes his side have confidence going into the game and thinks they’ve dealt well with everything thrown at them this season.
“They would rather it was today rather than tomorrow, but it will come soon enough and we are looking forward to the challenge and looking forward to a good opponent,” Murty told RangersTV.

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“We are looking forward to getting it kicked off as all the nerves will stop, the game will begin and then we will be in a better place.
“The season should give them confidence as they have been really good all season. They have been really competitive and they have handled every challenge we have thrown at them and come out really well.”
Murty’s side currently side level on points with Celtic at the top of the Reserve League with one game left to play and the Gers ahead on goal difference.

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After the success of the Under-18s in lifting the Scottish FA Youth Cup, winning the Glasgow Cup would be another great achievement by the Academy.
The next step for them now is to start getting players regularly making the step into the first-team and challenging for a regular starting place.

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