Talk of exactly who will replace Pedro Caixinha in charge of Rangers has grown rather tiresome for the punters propping up our bar here in the Transfer Tavern. As you can imagine, there are so many names mentioned by our local Light Blues, so arguments are always likely.
With that in mind, at least reports from the Scottish Sun have provided our resident Gers with something different to talk about right now. According to them, Fabio Cardosa has returned to training at Auchenhowie for the first time since breaking his nose almost a month ago.
Good to be back pic.twitter.com/vRmbriu5ES
— Fábio Cardoso6 (@fcardoso04) November 13, 2017
Pedro Caixinha’s summer signing suffered the brutal injury in the League Cup semi-final loss to Motherwell at the end of October, though has taken to Twitter to reveal he’s back in training. While he’s sometimes struggled to convince in Scotland, the 23-year-old’s return will be a boost for the club, who have a big few weeks coming up as they hunt for a new manager.
Having the defender back in action can only be a good thing for Rangers, in their current state. Taking the pressure of young Ross McRorie, the Portuguese may benefit from a slight change in system and a more organised backline as he continues to adapt to life on these shores.