Michael O’Halloran’s Rangers career looks in huge doubt not only due to his attendance at the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday in the Celtic end, but his agent’s complaints today that he isn’t getting an opportunity to play.
The ex-St Johnstone winger in fairness has not been given a level crack of the whip, and was needlessly brought back in January to then been cast out of the first team, but following his appearance among the green and white yesterday (for which he has apologised) his agent has fuelled the flames by admitting he may move on, with Motherwell a possible destination:
“Motherwell were keen on signing Michael in January and he requested a ticket for the Cup Final through the SFA to watch the game as a neutral. Michael hasn’t been given the opportunity to go and play at Rangers. I hope this isn’t the end of his career at Ibrox but he might need to move on but they don’t know how good he can be because he’s not had a chance.”
It is certainly true, he hasn’t – and it is very remote at this point that Steven Gerrard will be interested in MOH.
The new manager said he would assess the whole squad on a clean slate, but following the dreadful three final matches of the season the 37-year old may have changed his mind, understandably.