Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Pedro drops big hint about Rangers midfielder


Pedro Caixinha has today confirmed the potential return of forgotten man Jordan Rossiter.

The former U19 England captain’s spell at Ibrox has been completely blighted by injury, with a back problem derailing his first season in Govan before an all-new knee injury laying him out in recent weeks.

But the manager has given fans and the player some hope with the announcement that he is likely to resume training next week.

He said:


"Maybe next week, Jordan can start training with the team."

While not exactly black and white, it certainly seems possible the ex-Liverpool man could return before long – with Ryan Jack’s bizarre propensity for red cards these days, Rossiter may just find his opportunities in the first team increasing.

His time at Ibrox has been a sad tale of injury woes, and that goes back to his Liverpool days too – the kid could use a break, and here is hoping he is about to get one.

7 comments:

  1. Can you please tell me what the heck is HTC?

    They are today saying gers are to decide whether to offload him due to the injury record

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  2. HTC (Here in the City) report bullshit days after everyone else. They spoke to Davie Provan and referred to him as a Rangers Legend, says it all!

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    1. When are you guys gonnae get your facts right.
      Davie Provan was a rangers legend in the 60's.
      Do you feel like a half-wit now ?
      Google it !!

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    2. Our Davie Provan died before Christmas last year, so it's unlikely the comment came from him.

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  3. I just wish this lad can get a run of games without injuries. He is an exciting prospect, but he just isn't getting the luck at all.
    Ryan Jack is becoming a liability with these red cards, he has been reckless and we can do without this and he needs to screw the nut!

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  4. Rossiter should be offloaded I don't get it all the talk of his talent if you just count the games he has played he must be earning biggest wage at Ibrox going by that if he was in ordinary job he would have been fired by now Rangers should not be paying a young lad to watch games we have other boys who are not getting a chance

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  5. If you google DAVID Proven yes he played for Rangers for 12 seasons you're right, but the DAVIE Proven as quoted played for the mhanky mob!! Before making your mouth go check the facts mate, too quick to have a go!!

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