Sunday, 30 June 2019

Fan fury following 'controversy' at Rangers' training camp


After a number of Rangers fans reacted with annoyance over Alfredo Morelos’ latest ‘incident’, we find ourselves ‘there’ again.

In that quandary of hoping a fresh pre-season would mature the lad and calm the temperament, before the inevitable red mist descended and ill-discipline reared its ugly head.

Sure, this was only a training ground incident, but that’s just it – since when should a striker be leaving a foot in late on a team mate.

Supporters who saw this were not happy at best, and while the proof in the pudding is what he produces in matches, Alfie hardly got his 19/20 off to the best start by seemingly getting stuck in on a team mate in the relative tranquillity of training.

It looks to all intents and purposes the 23-year old still hasn’t in any way grown up or curbed his temper, and his frustration at being done by Glen Kamara boiled over and he mildly ‘kicked out’ at the Fin international.

If it’s anything to go by, Morelos will continue to have awful discipline this season and we can’t say we’ve not been warned.

To his credit, Kamara made no issue of it and greeted Morelos immediately, but anyone hoping for a calmer, more stable Morelos following the chaos of last season may sadly have to reassess their hopes.

We wonder if Gerrard is secretly hoping for a bid for the Colombian so he can replace him with someone who will stay on the pitch more reliably next season.

Still, two months to go…


12 comments:

  1. Agreed, the worst part is he could've injured Kamara had he fallen awkwardly.

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  2. Would prefer to see the incident before commenting... is it on social media ? ... what I would say is that it looks to me to be an over reaction to what appears to be an innocuous incident on the training ground... surely we're not going tae be witch hunting our own.

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    1. Thank you for speaking sense. A bit of contact in training should be expected. The thing was reported in the daily star and nowhere else. 'Controversy' needs people to find it controversial.

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    2. So you think someone who hasn’t seen it is the one talking sense. A thoroughly absurd reply.

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  3. Go back a number of years and some rangers greats they all treated training as they woukd a match. Not saying Model is is a great but let's get behind him

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    1. some fans need to get a life , years ago training was like a cup.game ,no holding back

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  4. Much ado about nothing, it happens at every training session.

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  5. Morelos is a clown and will get sent off again next season,also Gerrard's man management over his discipline problems is poor, can't imagine jock wallace or walters Smith putting up with morelo's pathetic behaviour.

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  6. What a fucking joke of an article lol
    It’s TRAINING players do this at every club, go in hard or don’t go in at all.

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    1. He didn't go in hard, he outright kicked out AFTER Kamara had beaten him. he tried to hurt his team mate.

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  7. I have not heard of nor read about the incident but if IN has done a piece about it then it confirms to me that the guy is unsuitable to stay at Rangers and every Rangers fan that has winning 55 this season at heart better be praying along with SG that a sufficient bid comes in and he gets to f***.
    Replys below.

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  8. He cost us the league last season i dont want a repeat of that shite,if he gets one red card then i dont want him back on the park simple

    WATP 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

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