Jordan Rossiter is a man who Steven Gerrard will be determined to see come good. The young midfielder joined Rangers from Liverpool back in 2016 and has so far struggled to leave his mark in Glasgow to owing to numerous injury problems. The 21-year-old made his first start in the league this season yesterday and the fans were pleased with his performance.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) 21 October 2018
During his post-match interview, Rossier was keen to apologise for the mistake he made in the build-up to Hamilton’s equalising goal, however, it would be harsh to hold it against him seeing as he’s only just get getting back into first-team action and for the most part he put in a great shift at the heart of the Gers’ midfield. Next up for Rossiter will be completing 90 minutes in the Scottish Premier League and he could do that on Thursday.
Whilst the Scottish Premier League is one thing, the Europa league is a whole different ball game. Rossiter will hope he’s done enough to warrant a place in the starting eleven at Ibrox this Thursday when Spartak Moscow come calling, it’s a huge game for the Bluenoses and a win puts them in prime position to win the group, an achievement that Rossiter would be more than proud to be a part of.
You can read the Gers’ verdict on Rossiter here:
Delighted for Rossiter to be back playing – fair play to the lad too for putting his hand up and accepting blame for the goal. Hopefully he can get a run of games and avoid injury.
— DFW Ger (@Dubai_Ger) October 21, 2018
Young lad wants to repay the faith we have showed in him , let him get a couple of games under his belt , and am sure he will do us proud,
— Worthing Casual (@WorthingCasual) October 21, 2018
Love his honesty and infectious enthusiasm for the game. He can be a very important player for us this season, so I hope he now moves on from his string of injuries..
— Lach (@lachieGighaGer) 21 October 2018
Well done Jordan. Great to see you back
— The Donfather (@DougieDon1) 21 October 2018
You’ll do me Jordan stay fit
— Robert Murray (@RobertM83164852) October 21, 2018
Would love him to get a run of games and stay FIT
— Scott Smith (@ScotiaroxSmith) October 21, 2018
great to see him starting.
— clancy (@esta_x) 21 October 2018
good first game back on a trying surface. Certainly gives SG another option going forward as he will only get better with match fitness.
— v thompson (@19thompson64) October 21, 2018
The fans loved seeing Rossiter back in action and will be keen to see get more game time in the coming weeks.