Another Rangers shambles after alleged Giovanni bust-up in dressing room

Another Rangers shambles after alleged Giovanni bust-up in dressing room
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 14: Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Manager of Rangers looks on prior to the UEFA Champions League group A match between Rangers FC and SSC Napoli at Ibrox Stadium on September 14, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Glen Kamara has once again brought the lawyers out after a respected source claimed the Rangers midfielder and Giovanni van Bronckhorst had a big falling out on Saturday.

The Finnish midfielder, who frequently resorts to his solicitor Aamer Anwar, was removed at half time in Paisley, with the Athletic making the claim about a massive argument between he and the boss.

They said:

“The discontent was not limited to the pitch as Rangers drew 1-1 with St Mirren. During the second half, Glen Kamara was in the foyer fully dressed after being hooked at half-time and stood in the tunnel area sporting his sponsored Red Bull beanie hat. There is understood to have been a disagreement between the Finland midfielder and the manager at full-time.”

They then may have updated that portion with:

“The player’s lawyer, Aamer Anwar, denied this and said in a statement: “Glen Kamara is the utmost professional and has always respected the decisions the manager makes — his position is that there was absolutely no disagreement.”

The wording is extremely intriguing – Anwar HIMSELF is distancing himself from Kamara and says ‘his position’. The words ‘his position is that’ are absolutely key, and adding them in means the lawyer is making a clinical statement on behalf of his client and saying ‘he said this, not me’.

As for Kamara, it’s not, as we say, the first time he’s gone to his lawyer, with the infamous Kudela incident ever ingrained on the minds of Rangers fans, but the fact he’s gone to his legal counsel over this particular claim is intriguing.

Is Jordan Campbell of the Athletic a trustworthy source? Well his claim is VERY specific, which means either he was in the tunnel himself and saw what he writes, or has someone in there who he trusts big time.

The most telling part of all? Kamara hasn’t launched legal action this time – he’s just done a ‘Chris Sutton’, got his lawyer to make a comment on his behalf.

What does it all add up to?

A complete mess, and just one of the many such plaguing our club at this moment.

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  1. Kamara is doing what we all expected once he got a deal then improved his profile. The fact that we didn’t pay too much for him might be the only thing that was a bonus in the whole story. If we get any kind of offer for him we should sell immediately. He showed similar behaviours at Dundee once we had signed him . Not an asset, more of an inconvenience with a poor attitude.

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