Rangers lose to Frankfurt in Europa League final | GB News’ Davie Donaldson reports

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‘Many Rangers fans were in tears and no wonder, it’s been some journey for them.’

GB News Scotland reporter Davie Donaldson reports from Ibrox following Rangers’ Europa League final defeat.

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