* Fields need to be completed
Account Details
Username * :
Password * :
Confirm Password * :
Email Address * :
Confirm Email Address * :
Please type the letters &
numbers in the box below
Personal Details
First Name * :
Last Name * :
Country * :
Date of Birth * : Select date
Favourite Team :
I have read and accept the Terms & Conditions.
I have read and accept the Privacy Policy.
Send me occasional Inside Futbol updates.
  |   Forgot Password?
XPlease log in...
Username :
Password :
...or sign in with your Facebook account
Connect with Facebook
Register   |   Forgot Password?
XEnter your email...
Email address:
Inside FutbolInside Futbol

26 October 2019


Inside Futbol is on Twitter. Follow us to make sure you never miss a thing!


06 August 2019

On Mobile!
Inside Futbol is fully optimised for mobile devices. Point your phone's browser towards www.insidefutbol.com!

17/07/2019 - 17:31 GMT

When You See That Europa League Badge On Your Shirt – Steven Gerrard Stresses Difference With Friendlies


Rangers manager Steven Gerrard believes that playing in the Europa League qualifiers is a completely different feeling from playing friendlies.

The Light Blues earned qualification to the Europa League qualifying rounds after finishing second behind Celtic in the Scottish Premiership last season.  


The club were drawn against Gibraltar-based side St. Joseph's in the first qualifying round and played the first leg of the tie last week, which they won 4-0 in the British Overseas Territory.

Rangers are set to play the second leg of the qualifier on Thursday and are hopeful of qualifying to the next round with a solid lead in hand.

Although the European qualifiers are being played during pre-season, Gerrard believes that they are different from friendlies because there is something to play for.

It just feels different, friendlies are friendlies and we always try and approach them the best way we can, to prepare and they are like rehearsals for the important games", Gerrard told Rangers TV.

But when you see the Europa League sign on the arm of your shirt and the setup is for real you see in the players’ eyes it is a different feeling.

It is a real game and you are playing for something, in a friendly, with all due respect you don’t really get anything out of it in terms of points and prizes."

The Gers will take on either of Cork City or Progres Niederkorn in the second qualifying round if they see off St. Joseph's on Thursday.