Voice of reason as Stevie Ger hands out a deserved reprieve…

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Today’s developments with Lee Wallace are extremely telling; Steven Gerrard has confirmed today Wallace does have a future at Ibrox once the club dispute is resolved, and once he is fit.

This is the same Wallace the club suspended and fined for speaking his mind about poor management – and there’s no denying Gerrard’s endorsement does undermine the club’s actions a bit;

Gerrard will know exactly what happened in that dressing room, and for the manager to now say that not only is Wallace not being necessarily sold but that he in fact could well be a crucial aspect for his Rangers team is quite the turnaround.

It’s all come too late for Kenny Miller of course – the 38-year old striker has long since departed, but Gerrard’s endorsement of Wallace rather backs up the argument Miller’s punishment and ultimate exile of the club was equally unjust given it was effectively the same incident, but for the praise we gave the board recently for what they have done right of late, it’s become apparent that this is one they got wrong.

Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace should never have been treated this way – the board sided with a Celtic fan who praised Parkhead over two of our own, and that was a poor, poor judgement.

Now that Gerrard has praised Wallace and wants to give him every chance to get back in the team, it only looks even more stupid, frankly.

This was an ugly episode, and a disappointing one – hopefully Wallace now gets a chance to play a good role in the Stevie Ger era, however significant it may or may not be.

He’s earned that.

9 COMMENTS

  1. But is he good enough
    Now the bar is set high
    Lets leave the past behind

    LETS GO WATP 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

  2. Kenny miller played.for Celtic and took so much joy scoring against us.he was never a true bear.no sympathy whatsoever. Wallace is a different kettle of fish.he deffo deserves the chance to get back fit and see if he can make an impact in Stevie GS team.but KM can get tae

  3. We don’t know yet what went on. But listening to Miller yesterday it was verbals only. Board have no option but to support Manager. But for Manager to go to board is incredibly weak. If they don’t we have no manager till season ends. And note Murty is still working for us. We don’t know what deal he was on. Perhaps it would have cost plenty to fire him. Hopefully Wallace is fit and back in squad. As of now we don’t know.And Millar should be welcomed back.

  4. The 2 boys spoke there mind and told murty his tactics were absolute shite. And murty burst oot greeting and told them he was telling on them and ran greeting to whoever would listen. The big cry baby.

  5. Hopefully that statement tells Murty to get to fuck out the camp as he's not needed and certainly not wanted

    WATP

  6. happy wallce gettin a chance hes gd enoughsquad player.agree with sum comments abt kenny its in the past he did enjoy scorin against us al no lose any sleep hes gone. always played his heart oot top pro

    welcome steven gerrard lookin for a quick start and a long journey at ibrox, gae me 5years way more ups than downs please!!

  7. Stevie is basically saying to Wallace,drop this pish,its a new era if you want to be involved drop it and get on board.

  8. We're pretty sure it was just verbals, this whole affair. I thought we were way to quick, to get rid of Barton. I know Rangers players are expected to behave like gentlemen, but did it need to get this far?? Barton is feisty, but he does score goals. We never got to know, what his full potential would have been. Over a trivial affair. I think Wallace deserves his chance. 100%.

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