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28th Feb, 2018 | 10:09pm

Rarely seen midfielder in serious danger of becoming Rangers forgotten man

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Jordan Rossiter arrived at Rangers with a lot of hype and huge expectations but the former Liverpool youngster is in serious danger of becoming the forgotten man at Ibrox following the success of Greg Docherty and Sean Goss since their arrivals.
Rossiter has spent much of his time at Ibrox receiving treatment on one injury or another with the Scouser arguably having either the worst luck in football or the worst doctor.
At only 20, the rarely seen midfielder still has a long time to get over his injury concerns and have a stellar career somewhere but time is rapidly running out for the player to get himself fit and do it in a Rangers shirt.
Goss and Docherty have been a revelation together in the heart of the Rangers midfield and could feasibly be the Gers’ midfield pairing for years to come if the Light Blues can seal a permanent move for Goss.
The addition of a fully-fit Rossiter would be a huge boost to Graeme Murty’s squad but every time he looks as though he is ready to finally get over his problems something else happens and leaves him in the care of the Gers’ medical team.
Rossiter still has two years left on his Ibrox contract but unless he can get himself fit and ready to go for a prolonged period of time, it looks less and less likely he’ll see them out.
In other Rangers news, Graeme Murty has revealed this Rangers star was angry and frustrated after the win over St. Johnstone
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