Date: 7th September 2018 at 4:41pm
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With news of Rangers left-back Lee Wallace finding himself left out of the Europa League squad, fans were mixed in the responses given the loyalty the 31-year-old showed us during darker days in recent years.

That news was added to as the SPFL confirmed that his appeal, alongside Kenny Miller, over the fines and suspensions they suffered following an alleged bust-up with Graeme Murty had been upheld.

There are obviously consequences still to fall out of this decision, but for many fans, they want to see it used somewhat as an olive branch to see him brought back into the fold properly as they feel he still has some good years ahead of him.

A number of fans aren’t convinced by John Flanagan at left-back so letting him focus on his natural position as competition to James Tavernier, and then letting Wallace and Barisic fight it out for that spot certainly makes more sense to me as whatever anyone thinks about relative ability, the defence isn’t unbalanced that way.


2 Replies to “Gerrard’s The Man To Draw A Line & Get This Player Back To His Best”

  • Remember we made Wallace a millionaire and more, let’s not be feeling sorry for him. He was good in lower leagues but that was it.
    My did we make HIM a rich player.
    For a player who was rubbish at both tackling and headering, we were kinda ripped-off.

  • Wallace has been a loyal servant of the club, and definitely deserves to be treated with respect. Is he good enough to play in this Rangers team? Has been out injured for a long time, when he was fit he was a good player going forward but not much good at defending. Barisic looks like a much better player defensively and possibly better offensively, and Flanagan is a much better defender than Wallace.

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