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  • Martin Grehan 

    Friday, November 02, 2012 7:02:12 PM

    Looking forward to the game now. I have never played at the stadium before but I have been there as a fan so I know all about what the atmosphere is going to be like. We are looking to go there and enjoy it. We hope to have everyone on top of their game and then we will take it from there. I have some experience of big games before. I played for Partick Thistle in the Scottish Cup fifth round at McDiarmid Park, we lost the game 2-0 but from a personal point of view I did very well. For Saturday we know we are the under dogs but we need to just give a 100% and be confident in our own ability. We have to hold on to possession when we get it and more importantly work hard when we lose possession. I agree that Rangers are not the force they were two or three years ago but at the end of the day they are still Rangers. They are still a big team in Europe with a great support. It could work both ways if they don't play well then the crowd will get on their backs but then at the same time most of our team including myself have never played in front of 40,000 plus so it will be a we bit nerve wracking. I saw my old club Stirling Albion beating them, but then that was away from home, at Ibrox they have still been pretty dominant. Obviously they have a young back four and I have played against Ross Perry before and did well against him so hopefully if I get the nod I can cause him some problems again. They are there to have a go at and we are good going forward so hopefully we can turn it on against them. Firstly I hope to get in the team and if I am then I will give it my all. If a chance comes my way then I'll hopefully put it away. My old man is a Celtic fan so he is hoping that I do well and looking forward to the game so its going to be a great occasion and hopefully I can do him proud.

    Martin Grehan
     



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