Rangers fans here in the Tavern will be desperate for their side to improve next season after struggling to compete with bitter rivals Celtic in the current campaign.
Steven Gerrard will be looking to bring success and silverware to Ibrox after being appointed as the club’s new manager recently, with many of our local residents beginning to get excited. Although, with no previous managerial experience above youth level, perhaps the board have taken a slight gamble by appointing the Liverpool legend.
Although, the Bluenoses will now turn their attention to the summer transfer window after playing their final game of the season. But, with a new manager at the helm, perhaps a number of the club’s underperforming players will have featured for the last time, as Gerrard will be looking to get rid of any dead weight over the course of the summer.
With that in mind, this Rangers player should have played his last game for the club today…
Russell Martin joined on loan from English Championship side Norwich City in the January transfer window, as Graeme Murty looked to the experienced defender for defensive solidity.
However, things haven’t exactly worked out for the Scotland international as he has been heavily criticised in recent times, as many of our local residents are less than satisfied and would hate for him to sign on a permanent deal in the summer transfer window.
Sadly, mistakes have been ever-present in the 32-year-old’s game as his age is beginning to show on the field, so Rangers may want to look for a new central defender in the summer.