Three reasons why Myles Beerman needs to stay in the Rangers team
Rangers fans haven’t had too many positives to shout about this season but in the wake of a storming win against Aberdeen, are looking forward to the last part of the season.
With a Scottish Cup still up for grabs and the slim possibility of still finishing second on the agenda, Pedro Caixinha still has the chance to turn a forgettable season into a memorable one.
Even if those goals aren’t reached, what Rangers fans want to see most of all is progress or, at the very least, signs of improvement.
One such sign in recent games has the been the emergence of teenager Myles Beerman who, in the absence of club captain Lee Wallace, has performed admirably on the left hand side of the Gers defence.
His attitude and application have been a breath of fresh air in a Rangers team that, frankly, has looked devoid of fight and spirit for the majority of the season.
Lee Wallace is likely to return to the team when he recovers from his injury but we reckon that the youngster should get an extended run in the side to show what he can do.
Here are three reasons why…