Rangers fans SAINT PHNX release Europa League anthem taster

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Rangers fans SAINT PHNX release Europa League anthem taster

Rangers fan rockers SAINT PHNX have given fans a sneak peek of their new Europa League inspired anthem Make Us Dream.

The phrase has become the motto of the Ibrox side’s glorious run to the Europa League Final as the Ibrox squad make their presence felt in elite European competition.

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Since Christmas, Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade, Braga and RB Leipzig have all fallen by the wayside with Eintracht Frankfurt the final hurdle to achieving immortality.

The club’s semi-final against RB Leipzig stands as one of the most emotional and empowering nights in the club’s history as the success of beating Leipzig was multiplied by the sad passing of Jimmy Bell and the club’s long journey from the bottom of the game.

Rangers fans SAINT PHNX give Make Us Dream preview

Never slow to nail their colours firmly to the mast, SAINT PHNX are a musical duo from Wishaw who even played at Ibrox during the recent Weekend of Legends match.

The band, led by brothers Alan and Stevie Jukes, also recorded a special version of Ibrox anthem Blue Sea of Ibrox for BBC Scotland show A View from the Terrace.

Having told fans they were dreaming up a Europa League inspired anthem such is their love of Rangers, the pair released the first sneak peek of the song on social media.

The spine-tingling track has already began to go down very well amongst the support and fans cannot wait to use it as the backdrop to their trip to Seville next week.

If Rangers can go on to lift the famous trophy then this could be a stroke of genius from SAINT PHNX and it’s something they, like all of us, are currently dreaming of.

Rangers are one match away from immortality and this squad can etch themselves into the club’s history books with what would be quite simply our greatest achievement.

Not only this, but victory in the competition is worth an absolute fortune to the club and would transformational.

Managing director Stewart Robertson confirmed during the week that even the run to the final has been a ginormous boost to the club’s finances.