Who is he? This expected reaction in Scotland after Cedric Iten leaves FC St Gollan for the Glasgow Rangers. But they are already expecting a lot from the new extras. His move is one of the headlines in sports papers.
Published on August 5, 2020
Cedric Iten, still in action here for FCSG.
It was to be expected that from 2018 Glasgow Rangers head coach English football veteran Steven Gerrard would be enthusiastic. Ultimately, it was probably his wish that Cedric Iten strengthened the club. Hours earlier it was known that another striker would join the team in Kemar Roof from Endelect.
But the media in the country that will soon be Itten’s football home attach great importance to the transfer – and give it some space. according to this «Herald», A Scottish daily newspaper, it is not a matter of course for Gerrard that “a player of Itain’s caliber” join the Rangers. The coach is confident that the target will be an additional reinforcement.
Sports director Ross Wilson indirectly addresses Itten’s youth – he is 23 – saying that he expects the player to develop further with the Rangers. The deal was launched last week. It was respected that until recently St. Gellan was in the title race and the battle for European places.
Too «Scotsman» And this «Glasgow Times» Keep Iten’s transfer at the top of their sports report. The Scottish journalist is particularly impressed by the fact that he scored a goal for the Swiss national team on his first appearance – and even gave a brace in the second game.
Stephen Milius (* 1972) is the editor-in-chief of “Die OstSwiz”. His stations led the “Blick” on “Niu Weiler Tagblatt”, Radio Aitkel, former daily newspaper “Die Ostsewitch”.
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