Rangers are back in action tomorrow night as we look to get a good win over Porto – or at least a positive result – in the third game of the group stages.
At this point, we’re starting to see what we might be able to achieve in the competition and this is bound to be a very good test for us.
Steven Gerrard will need to get his selection right, then, and it seems fair to suggest that he won’t play Wes Foderingham in the game, and that Allan McGregor will instead start once again.
It’s an established goalkeeper pecking order, and according to Paul Robinson it could well see the 28-y/o number two look to move away sooner rather than later.
Speaking to Football Insider, the former Leeds United and Blackburn Rovers stopper had this to say:
“I rate him as a goalkeeper, I rate him very highly, I think he’s very good.
“You’ve got someone like McGregor in front of you, at his age and that stage of his career if he’s not going to play every game, he isn’t going to stay there forever.”
Certainly, many of us like Foderingham and we’d understand if he did push for a move away.