New Rangers  man is relishing the ‘right to dream’ as pundit offers ‘not robots’ claim after Celtic’s victory

New Rangers  man is relishing the ‘right to dream’ as pundit offers ‘not robots’ claim after Celtic’s victory

Celtic and Rangers fans are dreaming of glory in the Scottish Cup this season

Glasgow heavyweights Rangers and Celtic advanced to the Scottish Cup quarterfinals with 2-0 victories against Ayr United and St Mirren, respectively.

Both teams are aiming for success and want to make it to the competition’s final four.

Celtic, the defending champions, will play at home against Premiership strugglers Livingston,

while Rangers will travel to the capital to face 2016 winners Hibs at Easter Road.

Philippe Clement’s squad has already tasted League Cup victory this season,

and January signing Mohamed Diomande hopes to contribute to that winning mindset.

The 22-year-old is a product of Africa’s well regarded Right to Dream football academy and has already fulfilled one of his boyhood dreams by making his Ibrox debut in front of 45,000 supporters.

Danish football analysts regarded Diomande as one of the division’s most valued prospects,

and the £4.5 million player will now attempt to back up those claims in Glasgow.

Speaking after the game, Diomande highlighted his happiness at making his full home debut and claimed that he is running on adrenaline as he hopes to assist the squad win more silverware.

He told Daily Record reporters, “The manager and the players have already done well,

winning one trophy. But I’m not going to say anything because I just joined.

We can only win trophies if we win our next games, thus the next one is the most crucial to me. We’ll see what occurs in the future.

“On Monday, we will begin preparing for the Ross County game.

We don’t care what happens at the table right now; our goal is to strengthen ourselves,

and we’ll see what happens.Diomande noted that going to Scotland is a significant shift for him,

and that the overwhelming support he has received has given him the motivation to push himself in a Rangers shirt.

He explained: “In Nordsjaelland, we would expect 5000 to 6000 spectators.

Coming here is a huge shift.

But it will give me the motivation to push myself since I know there are people behind me who are rooting for me.”

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