Amid the excitement of new signings Sean Goss and Jamie Murphy making their Rangers debuts in the 1-0 Florida Cup win over Atletico Minerio, of just as much interest was two players who returned to the side.
Andy Halliday made his comeback to the Gers side after a spell in Azerbaijan and Michael O’Halloran returned to the side after a loan period at St Johnstone.
For O’Halloran it seems like a case of now or never for him and his career at Ibrox.
Since joining the Light Blues for around £500,000 in January 2016, the forward has scored only three goals, and has been unable to hold down a first-team place.
His days at Ibrox seemed numbered when Pedro Caixinha took over and loaned him back to his former club St Johnstone.
But with Graeme Murty in charge of Rangers until the end of the season at least the end of the season O’Halloran has been handed a second chance.
With the right-wing position currently filled by Daniel Candeias, who can be very inconsistent, O’Halloran must be aware that if he is able to put together a series of good performances then the position is his to take.
The problem for the player is that since arriving at Ibrox he has never looked like doing that, and it really looks like it’s all or nothing for O’Halloran and his career at Rangers.
In other Rangers news, Sean Goss impressed fans in his debut performance