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These 2 Rangers wonderkids need to prove it next season

Rangers fans here in the Tavern are less than pleased with how their season has panned out, as many hope that a new manager will bring success and silverware to Ibrox.

Interestingly, Rangers have suffered a poor run of form in recent games as the club looks to be taking a step backwards, as many are hoping that a new manager will be able to ensure success.

Indeed, struggling to beat Celtic is one of the main contributors that may have lead to Graeme Murty’s departure, with many of our local residents wanting to see some silverware in the next campaign.

However, many of the club’s youngsters may see this as a positive thing, having struggled to break into the first-team ranks under the Englishman in the current campaign. So, having witnessed some of the inconsistencies in the first-team so far this season, a number of the club’s hottest prospects will have it all to prove during pre-season.

Therefore, these TWO Rangers wonderkids need to prove it next season…

Ryan Hardie

The promising youngster is currently at Livingstone until the end of the current campaign after previous spells at St Mirren and Raith Rovers.

Indeed, the 21-year-old has managed to secure a number of goals so far this season as a deadly finisher in front of goal, which is something that Rangers could definitely benefit from in the future.

So, even though the forward isn’t necessarily one of the youngest players outside of the first-team, there’s no doubt that he’s still one of the club’s hottest topics.

Ross McCrorie

It’s safe to say that Ross McCrorie has enjoyed a number of games in the first-team ranks at Rangers so far this season, but he still hasn’t managed to show enough to warrant a regular starting place.

Sadly, the youngster looked helpless against Celtic in a couple of their previous meetings as Moussa Dembele ran him ragged.

Therefore, the youngster will need to prove himself to the club’s new manager over the course of the summer, as his first-team place is all but secured having produced a number of nervy performances under Graeme Murty.

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