September 20, 2021

Borneo could have played the last game for Bar بارa Rangers, Gary McAllister admits fears of a move out

BORNA BARISIC could have played its last game well for the Rangers.

گیرس No. 2 Gary McAllister has admitted that there is a possibility that the Croatian could leave the left-back club.

Borna Baresk challenged Tom Rojak.


Borna Baresk challenged Tom Rojak.Credit: SNS

Light blues ace. Cut out an emotional person full time. On the Abrox turf when he was seen breaking down in tears after the match as if he was saying goodbye to the club.

He was hugged by Gers’s backroom staff as TV cameras caught a glimpse of the guard.

He turned the corner for Philip Helander’s derby day winner against Celtic in a 1-0 win.

And when asked about the match after the 28-year-old’s future, assistant boss McAllister told GersTV: “You never know.

Full time bar.


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He was hugged by a member of the Abrox Backroom staff.


He was hugged by a member of the Abrox Backroom staff.

“What can I say, it’s just a small reminder to myself that this is his level.

“This Borna Baresik was in its best condition. And it was good to see.”

His emotional reaction forced Chris Boyd to say that he might be leaving Abroux.

He said on Sky Sports: “With two days left in the transfer window, if he’s saying goodbye, if he’s saying goodbye to the Rangers fans, listen, he’s been a great servant.

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“When we got out of the Champions League, all the stories were that someone had to go.

“If it’s Borna Baresik, I think he did a good job in the Rangers story.

“What can I say to him that he will not play for another club like Rangers, but if he does, he is lucky.”

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