Sunday, 14 July 2019

Rangers duo stuck in 'limbo hell'....


Two Rangers players are at the centre of ‘mysteries’ at present with questions over their immediate futures.

Both men appear to be in a complete limbo, and despite speculation over their upcoming paths, nothing has materialised for either of them;

Glenn Middleton and Jason Holt find themselves in a bit of a nowhere hell.

Middleton was present for the preparation training pre-Marseille, with his Doncaster Rovers loan seemingly abandoned, and he was forced to turn out for the Development Squad’s trip to Crusaders earlier this week to keep the fitness up.

Jason Holt, meanwhile, has seen his exit to QPR completely die down – unless fine details are being sorted, that one went critically quiet – he also was not at training nor did he play for the Development Squad v Crusaders, but he did get hooked at half time v Ayr on the 9th, so either he’s injured, or like the likes of Kyle Lafferty and Eros Grezda, in career limbo hell.

We do hope for positive outcomes on these two – Middleton has a bright future if he can be nurtured right and mature properly, while Holt was always an honourable performer for us and deserves a decent gig to move onto.

But, for now, they’re biding their time.

1 comment:

  1. I don't think Middleton has got what it takes I'm afraid. He is a one trek pony and the opposition can easily suss him out. He is mediocre, but I do wish him all the best though.

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