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MessagePosté le: Sam 3 Mar - 07:03 (2018)    Sujet du message: Scott McTominay 'needed to grow into his body', says ex-Manchester United team-mate Sean Goss Répondre en citant

 

 
sbo222 Scott McTominay "was always going to be a late developer" and is doing well to keep his place in the Manchester United side, according to former team-mate Sean Goss.


Goss, who is currently on loan at Rangers from Championship side QPR, played with McTominay in the United youth ranks until his release from Old Trafford last year.


McTominay has impressed in the United midfield in place of Paul Pogba in recent weeks and is currently the subject of a tug-of-war between England and Scotland for international football.


Goss told Sky Sports: "I played with Scott all the way through when I was at United. It's a massive decision for him and I'm sure he will take his time to make sure he's 100 per cent to make the right one.


"He was always going to be a late developer. He was quite small when we first joined so he always needed to grow into his body. Now he's showing what he's capable of. sbo222


"He's a big lad, strong, and gets around the pitch really well. It's saying everything right now with his performances, and he's keeping his place in the side. I think he'll be looking to carry on doing that."


Goss says he is enjoying life at Rangers, where he has scored two goals in six appearances so far, after being told he did not fit into Ian Holloway's idea for QPR's midfield.


"Getting games was the main thing for me and I've played almost every game, and I'll be looking to continue that," he said.


"When I was at QPR I was told that I wouldn't fit in with the way the manager wants to set up his midfield. I'm just focusing on my time at Rangers now, enjoying the opportunity.


"I'm not really thinking about my future. We'll think about that decision when it comes to it." sbo222


 


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MessagePosté le: Ven 20 Avr - 11:19 (2018)    Sujet du message: Alastair Johnston says Rangers are ahead of the curve Répondre en citant

 
wwwpic5678 Rangers director Alastair Johnston claims the Ibrox club are ahead of the curve in their recovery, compared to the "dark days" when they were languishing in the lower divisions of Scottish football. Rangers were in the bottom tier of Scottish football in 2012 after their financial implosion but are now in their second season back in the Scottish Premiership.

However, the chasm between the Light Blues and rivals Celtic was again highlighted in Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final 4-0 thrashing at Hampden Park that extended Gers' winless run against Brendan Rodgers' side to 10 games. To add to Rangers' woes, club captain Lee Wallace and veteran striker Kenny Miller were suspended pending an investigation into claims of a heated exchange with Graeme Murty, who after a second spell as caretaker was in December given the manager's job until the end of the season.

Johnston claims the club have progressed, saying: "We are probably doing a little better than we would have imagined back in the dark days of running out at Brechin in the fourth tier. "So you have to look back. The fans have been terrific, as I would have expected them to be, to hang in there and hopefully they will be rewarded. "In terms of looking forward from where we were four or five years ago at the bottom, the progress that has been gradually made, we are probably ahead of the curve in reality if we finish second or third. wwwpic5678

"We are making progress.
"Hopefully the curve will be fast but it is still going to be gradual, it is not going to happen overnight." Rangers supporters, however, are still reeling from their side's dismal performance at the weekend and they see Celtic on the cusp of their seventh successive league title and a Scottish Cup final win over Motherwell away from an unprecedented successive domestic treble. It is widely believed there will be a new boss in place at Ibrox for next season. wwwpic5678
 


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