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16th Jan, 2018 | 4:40pm

'Hard times make me stronger' – Rangers fringe star delivers battling message to fans

Rangers midfielder Dalcio has posted a message to his personal Instagram account which hints that the youngster is ready to roll his sleeves up and fight for his place in the team.
The 21-year-old was signed on a loan deal in the summer from Benfica B by former manager Pedro Caixinha, but has found opportunities hard to come by and it was thought he would return to his homeland during the January window, cutting short his time in the Scottish Premiership.
Dalcio has made just two Europa League appearances for the Gers and one in the SPL back in September – a late substitution against Hamilton.
But under current manager Graeme Murty, the midfielder has slipped into the footballing wilderness and failed to make a single outing.
However, it would now appear that in light of the Portuguese starlet’s recent social media interaction he would be prepared to stay and fight for his place in the team.
After the club’s winter trip to Florida, the youngster posted an image of himself in the light blues of the Gers along with a message that read, ‘Hard times make me stronger, better to fight for something than live for nothing.’

The Scottish league resumes next week with a mouth-watering top of the table battle with Aberdeen awaiting Rangers and an opportunity to climb above their counterparts.
In other Rangers news, former defender slams Pedro Caixinha’s signings for the club.
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