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Rangers: Four Lads Had a Dream hail Leon King’s display

Rangers: Four Lads Had a Dream hail Leon King’s display -Rangers News

Renowned Glasgow Rangers bloggers Four Lads Had a Dream were full of praise for the performance of Leon King in the Premiership on Saturday.

The Lowdown: Rangers youngsters prevail

Giovanni van Bronckhorst named a much-changed side yesterday ahead of the Europa League final in midweek, with some youngsters enjoying a deserved run-out.

Many of them impressed, as Alex Lowry grabbed himself a goal and an assist, while Cole McKinnon also got on the scoresheet in the 3-1 win over Hearts.

The Latest: King hailed

Taking to Twitter, Four Lads Had a Dream hailed the performance of 18-year-old Leon King at the back for Rangers, with some praise for Lowry as well.

The bloggers gushed: “Alex Lowry obviously grabbing the headlines & quite rightly, special player.”

“But Leon King is absolutely top class. What a talent. Both threaten to be as good as any academy graduate. The future looks very bright indeed.”

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The Verdict: Unsung hero

As Four Lads Had a Dream pointed out, Lowry is likely to grab all of the headlines with his goal and assist, but King was an unsung hero at the back for the Light Blues on Saturday.

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The defender won two of his duels and also recorded two clearances, two tackles and one accurate long ball, posting an 88% overall pass success rate throughout the game (SofaScore).

That was his sixth senior appearance of the season despite his tender age, which suggests that King will continue to be called upon by Van Bronckhorst next term, should he be needed.

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