‘3 Stray Passes Were Absolute Howlers’ ‘I Thought He Was Immense’ Fans Debate Progress Of Rangers Star

‘3 Stray Passes Were Absolute Howlers’ ‘I Thought He Was Immense’ Fans Debate Progress Of Rangers Star

Rangers defender James Sands has had a rather difficult time since moving to Ibrox on loan back in January.

The American international has been in and out of the starting lineup, mostly being used as a utility player by manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst, making the most of his ability to play both as a centre-back or holding midfielder.

However, in the second leg against Union Saint-Gilloise, Sands began to show what he can bring to the table as a ball-playing defender. Not everything went right for the 22-year-old but he did have some standout moments. Supporters on Twitter have been discussing the player’s progress following what was arguably his most eye-catching performance in a Gers shirt:


Sands didn’t feature in the game against St Johnstone, which suggests he may well have been saved for the clash versus PSV on Tuesday night. If he is named in the eleven for the Champions League clash, it would be a tremendous show of faith from van Bronckhorst.

Rangers do have an option to buy Sands, but he still has a lot of work to do if he wants to convince those at the club he is worth signing on a permanent basis.

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