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KLIN AND CO IN FLOP FEAR; RAITH ROVERS v BAYERN MUNICH.

Posted by Amy G. Welsh on August 19, 2015 in Uncategorized |

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In their first-ever venture into Europe, Raith lost the first leg

2-0 but Lennon stunned Bayern in the return when he gave Rovers an

incredible lead three minutes before the break.

“The Celtic game will be an interesting test and it will be

good to see Andreas Thom, I have seen a couple of his goals on TV.”

Bayern recovered in the second half and goals from Klinsmann and

Markus Babbel put them through.

It was one of those crazy night’s as the Raith players sat in

the Olympic Stadium dressing room at half-time holding an amazing 1-0

lead over mighty Bayern.

Rovers fans look set to snub tonight’s glamour showpiece against German cracks Bayern.

Klin could move on at the end of the season and he admitted:

“There has been contact from clubs in the Premiership and it’s

always a pleasure when big clubs in England show an interest in

you.”

Lennon revealed: “When we went in with that lead Jimmy just

looked at our faces and burst out laughing.

Bayern arrived in Scotland last night for their double header which

will also see them take on Celtic tomorrow night in Peter Grant’s

testimonial.

Meanwhile, Bayern agreed yesterday to sell Christian Ziege, star of

Germany’s Euro 96 triumph, to AC Milan for pounds 4.5m.

Klinsmann said: “The two games are part of our preparations

for the second half of the season.

Assistant boss Steve Kirk is still confident there’ll be a

good turnout to see Jurgen Klinsmann and co. None of us could believe we

were beating the famous Bayern Munich.”

In fact, Danny Lennon can still hear his old Rovers gaffer Jimmy

Nicholl ROARING with laughter.

Tonight’s match will bring back a million memories for Raith

who played Bayern in the UEFA Cup in 1995 – and gave them the fright of

their lives.

Only 2500 tickets have been sold for the friendly which marks the

official opening of the new stands at Stark’s Park.

Lennon added: “To score against Bayern was fantastic.

They’re one of the biggest clubs in the world and Raith managed to

give them a run for their money. He said: “Bayern are

one of the biggest names in world football and with the game drawing

closer there has been more and more interest.”

And Rovers are so anxious the big night doesn’t turn into a

huge flop that they’ve cut prices and fans can now also pay at the

gate.

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