On top of this morning’s chaotic breaking news at Ibrox with all the apparent changes coming our way is that as well as his omission from the Europa League squad, Andy Halliday is set to switch Rangers for Dundee after manager Pedro Caixinha reportedly confirmed the midfielder is not part of his plans going forward.
It has been a fairytale for Halliday, who got to live the dream, and now it seems his time is at an end at Ibrox with Dundee probably the perfect place for him to go, with a manager in Neil McCann who understands Rangers like the back of his hand and will welcome an experienced campaigner like Halliday with open arms.
Whether it is indeed the Dens Park outfit Halliday ends up at, few would begrudge him the move out of Ibrox – whatever we think of his contribution, he got to live the dream like so few ever do, and that will be his mantra for as long as he lives.
The lad is still under contract, having secured an extension till 2020, so it would probably take a small fee to release him, but Rangers surely will not be too demanding on Dundee and a friend like Neil McCann.
If this all comes to pass, good luck and thank you Andy, and the best to you. Except when you play us, of course!