Vienna was a cracking city and I enjoyed my day visit up until arriving at the stadium.
As others have mentioned getting in was an absolute joke, situations like that put me off taking my boys to a euro game in future until they are older as someone Is going to get hurt.
Rangers were not responsible for the barrier set up but if no one from our security team or the SLO asked for a ticket check to be in place before the ground then they should all hand in their notices.
it would have been extremely easy to set up a check off the road before you walked down the hill to the ground.
got there at 5.30 and it was chaotic, ended up in the wrong queue to the left of the main one at first and it was other guys who told us we were in the wrong one with official tickets.
buses after the game was a joke too, does no one from Rangers or TC come out early to see where the buses are? They all seemed clueless and didn’t move until the police got on the loudspeaker to tell everyone the buses weren’t coming up to pick us up. But they would have known that if someone had come out early to laise with police, seems a lot of the TC reps and Rangers reps are on more of a jolly to see the game than look after the fans at time imo.
Flight delayed until 1am another joke how a plane silting all day can’t be ready to leave on time is baffling, again maybe crew away on a days jolly and left it too late to prep the plane.
maybe I’ll sign up to be a Rangers rep on these trips next year see the game and city without paying £325 for the privilege.
Pissed off right now with result and tired, but I’m sure next year I’ll be raring to go again on another euro adventure.
I know things can’t always go to plan but I do feel Rangers can play a part in better organisation and keeping fans safe.