Ostersund player and Manchester United nut Jamie Hopcutt bidding to dump Arsenal beyond Europe

Self-confessed Manchester United fan Jamie Hopcutt has a extra incentive to assist Ostersund write another chapter of their remarkable the past by sinking Arsenal within the last 32 from the Europa League. The Swedish minnows - managed by former York defender Graham Potter - have landed both the-legged showdown together with the Gunners after making it through on the knockout stages in the FIFA Mobile Coins competition for that first time. And the draw could not have already been better for former York player Hopcutt, a ex-Old Trafford season ticket holder who's got swapped loan spells at Whitby and Stokesley for one with the continent's biggest competitions. Hopcutt told Press Association Sport: 'I'm a large Man United fan - my granddad and pop both went and I a season ticket for three years being a kid - so if we're able to go there and knock Arsenal outside of Europe it could be amazing. Hopcutt used to have a very season ticket at Old Trafford.
'We've had an amazing run this holiday season and beaten teams like Galatasaray, Hertha Berlin and Athletic Bilbao, so you can definitely go there with full confidence. We're on its own journey on the moment and now we don't want it to get rid of.' Hopcutt took the brave decision to swap the non-league nether regions for Sweden six a long time ago, with his fantastic arrival coincided having a remarkable rise for Ostersund, whom Potter steered on the Swedish fourth division towards the top-ranked Allsvenskan in six years. Meanwhile Celtic, who dropped in the Europa League after finishing third inside their Champions League group, face a troublesome clash with Russians Zenit St Petersburg. Zenit, who are known to Scottish fans having beaten Rangers 2-0 inside the 2008 Europa League final in Manchester, are fourth within the Russian Premier League. Hopcutt plays under Graham Potter in Sweden.
Who are Ostersunds? All you need to learn about Arsenal's Europa League last-32 opponents as well as their English manager For Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers the draw will likely bring back memories of his time responsible for Liverpool, after they lost to Zenit on away goals in 2013. Rodgers said: 'I was there with Liverpool, we acted first leg away and lost 2-0 whenever they had obviously big investment from the team on the time. 'We had played well available but gave a few sloppy goals away that was disappointing. 'In the next leg in the home we went 1-0 down ahead of time which would have been a 3-0 deficit but returned the three goals and that we just needed a different. 'We are delighted to be inside draw, it is a very exciting game for people.' Now more ways to buy bargain FIFA Coins IOS, as an example, visit official MMOAH site.
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