The Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern have been reacting to the news that their 21-year-old midfielder, Jordan Rossiter has returned to training following his calf injury. The young central midfielder was touted for big things when he broke through a Liverpool before switching Anfield for Ibrox but has since seen a stall to his career as injury has hindered his time at Ibrox. Rangers tweeted a video of their training session from the weekend showing the youngster back in action.
TRAINING: Check out the latest action from The Rangers Training Centre as preparations continue for the return to league action on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/bb1yIOvWfC
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) 26 March 2018
The Rangers fans will no doubt be pleased to see their young midfielder back in action and will be hoping Rossier’s return can spark a turn in form for the Gers. The Ibrox faithful have had to suffer as of late, losing their last two games in the Scottish Premiership to Celtic and Kilmarnock at Ibrox. The club face two more games in the SPL against Motherwell at Fir Park and Dundee at Ibrox before their huge Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
The Bluenoses propping our bar up will be hoping they can dump the Bhoys in Green out of the cup to deny their noisy neighbours a historic back-to-back treble. With Rossiter’s return to fitness and a strong end to the season, Rangers will be believing that they can get one over Celtic next month after Brendan Rodgers’ side beat them 3-2 just two weeks ago to effectively guarantee the title stayed at Parkhead for another year.
You can read our resident Bluenoses’ verdict on Rossiter’s return here:
Hopefully Rossiter is now over his injuries and can get stuck into his rangers career
— Daz84 (@_daz84) March 26, 2018
Want rossiter to actually be able to get a run in the team, gutted his chances have been hindered with injury.
— Macfaraway (@amacca02) March 26, 2018
Hope that’s the end of Rossiters injury woes!!
Can’t understand people snatching at the boy, Does anyone think he wants to be injured.
— robert Wilson (@robertw1690) 27 March 2018
Hope Rositer can stay fit and get a chance. Feel bad for the boy. If he can get fit he can be a big player for us.
— USAbluenose (@Ohiobear1872) 26 March 2018
Brilliant seeing Jordan rossiter in training, hopefully stays injury free and kicks on!!
— GEO (@G3O_RFC) March 26, 2018
Dodoo putting them away & Rossiter playing an active part is encouraging
— Bear from the North (@Northernger) March 26, 2018
— Gordon Smith (@Gord07) 27 March 2018
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