McAllister insists Rangers wont get rid of Morelos

first_imgRangers assistant manager Gary McAllister insists the club won’t get rid of Alfredo Morelos despite claims the club was running out of patience with the striker.Morelos picked up his third red card of the campaign during Wednesday’s 1-0 Scottish Premiership loss to Aberdeen at Ibrox.The Colombia international, who’s also the team’s top scorer, will miss Sunday’s tricky trip to Dundee and a home clash with Hamilton Accies.Former Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam fears the club will have to offload the 22-year-old unless he improves his discipline on the pitch.But while acknowledging Morelos needs to control his emotions better, McAllister says he and manager Steven Gerrard plan to work with the striker to improve his disciplinary issues.Rangers is still behind Celtic: John Hartson Manuel R. Medina – September 3, 2019 According to the former Celtic player, there’s still a massive gap between his ex-club and Rangers in the Scottish Premier League.“Alfredo is a young player who we value and we want to try to help him through the other side of this,” McAllister said, according to Daily Mail.“It is a little issue. He is a goal scorer and they are hard to find.”“We have got a young player who is very competitive, he is a goal threat, our main goal threat.”“It is that acceptance that, when he does get a yellow card, he has got to change — his whole dynamic has got to change — because he runs the risk of a second yellow.”“That little switch has to click and we will continue to feed help to him because we like him, we care for him and we think he is a massive talent.”last_img

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