Colak wants to impress | rangers football club

ANTONIO Colak wants him and his Rangers team to ‘impress’ in tomorrow’s Premiership clash with Livingston.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team will host David Martindale’s team tomorrow at Ibrox, this match being the Gers’ first domestic match with VAR in operation.

Speaking to the press before the game, he said: “I think there are positive and negative things. [VAR]but I don’t think much about it. I think sometimes it helps you and sometimes you don’t get the advantage, I just try to focus on my game and not be offside!

“It’s a really tough game, we know how the first game of the season went and we know what to expect. They are a tough team, quite compact and will try to play their style of football, but we will be at home at Ibrox and we will have our fans behind us, we want to impress and win to continue as we have in La Liga.

“We have to dominate in possession to make the game faster, we need to find the space in between as they will try to make it tight, so we have to get past the lines. It will always help to have a quick goal as we have seen in previous games”.

The prolific Croatian insisted that the team will strive to generate positive energy ahead of the weekend’s game and to pick up three crucial points at the end of 90 minutes.

He continued: “The fans have the right to show their opinion, I am a very positive guy and I want positive energy. I know that our fans can give us power and energy, we want to give energy on the field and what energy they will give us. We have to win, it’s the most important thing. The three points is what counts in the end.

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“I don’t look at the bad things, I just look for the positive things. Sometimes you have bad performances and sometimes you have better performances; I don’t think we just have to look for the faults, look at the things that we are doing well.

“I just want to score as many goals as I can and I’m working hard for that. I just try to help the team so that everyone has opportunities. My confidence from the beginning has been very high, I set out to be the number one striker here and for that I work hard every day.

“Everyone wants to play, but I try to impress with my game if the manager gives me the confidence, but in the end it’s all about the success of the club. I just try to be a part of it and do what I can.”


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