Champions League draw reaction

Read and listen to a selection of the media reaction to the Bit o' Red's draw in the second round of Champions League qualifying against Molde FK. 

RTÉ Radio:
 
Ian joins Damien O'Meara on Game On on 2FM followed by Irish Daily Star journalist Mark McCadden as he gives his take on the Bit o' Red's chances. 
 
 
BBC Radio 5 Live:
 
Ian Baraclough speaks to Dan Walker with guests Andy Dunn, Steve Claridge and Gary Gillespie along with representative from Cliftonville who drew Celtic. The clip begins at 1:24.00.
 
 
The Irish Daily Star:
 
Danny Ventre gives his reaction to the draw and incentives against Ole Gunnar Solsjaker (not available online).
 
TalkSport:
 
Listen to an interview with Ian Baraclough on @talkSPORT earlier today. Begins at 16:24 in the 2:30-3:00 slot
 
 
The Scottish Sun:
 
Prior to the draw, the Rovers manager speaks about the hope of making history with Rovers in the Champions League. 
 
 
The Irish Sun:
 
Ian Baraclough gives further insight into a previous encounter with Ole Gunnar Solsjaker. 
 
The Irish Mirror:
 
Baraclough speaks about the importance of focusing on league games after the excitement of the European fixture being finalised  (not available online).
 
Extratime.ie:
 
"We know that we go into the game as underdogs and we accept that. "
 
 
The Daily Mail (English):
 
Ian Baraclough is the only English manager in this season's Champions League http://t.co/sMOYqGXPzx via @MailOnline

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