Date: 10th July 2018 at 6:29am
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A majority of Rangers supporters appear to think Jordan Rossiter’s career at Ibrox is over after he suffered a fresh injury set-back last week preparing for the 2018/19 season.

Rossiter signed for the club way back in 2016 when the club was still managed by Mark Warburton, arriving with much excitement after coming through the youth set-up at Liverpool.

However, the player has made just 11 appearances since, with his time at Ibrox defined by the injuries that have kept him out of action rather than what he has managed to do on the pitch.

There was hope recently that he had turned a corner, appearing against Hibs in the final match of last season and being reunited with former Liverpool man Steven Gerrard.

However, as reported by The Daily Record, last week he suffered yet another injury set-back, making him a doubt for the European qualifiers that kick-off the new season for the Gers.

Now fans appear ready to move him on, with 55% of respondents to a poll we published last week believing that it’s time to say goodbye to the 21-year-old.

Will he ever make it at Ibrox?

You can see the full results of our poll below…


One Reply to “Time to go? – 55% of polled Rangers fans feel one Warburton signing’s time is up under Gerrard”

  • Lots of young players pick up injuries in their earlier career, Rossiter will be a fantastic player and he will get over these niggly problems and I would be sad to see him go and flourish else where.
    keep the faith with him and I believe he will be a star.

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