Zeta boss worried about Ibrox nerves

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FK Zeta coach Slobodan Halilovic admits he fears his players could suffer stage-fright in Tuesday night´s Champions League qualifier against Rangers at Ibrox.

Zeta sent Lithuanian favourites FBK Kaunas crashing out of the competition in the last round to book the clash with the Glasgow giants, but Halilovic admits his players could struggle to cope with the occasion when faced with a packed stadium and white-hot atmosphere.

He said: "My team has respect for Glasgow Rangers because they are a very big team and we will try to play well at Ibrox - that is our target. But the atmosphere at Ibrox could be a big problem for us because I have the youngest team in the Champions League."

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