Breaking: When it comes to the issues he has with the Rangers, Philippe Clement hasn’t held back.

Over his eight months in command, Philippe Clement has been closely monitoring the situation at the club. The Belgian manager hasn’t been allowed free reign to completely destroy the foundations at Ibrox, though.


Big Phil has always spoken his opinions, whether they be about the playing staff, the severe injury culture at the team, the lack of aggressiveness in the Rangers moniker, or the drawbacks of player trades.


The Belgian’s motivation was stifled by the club’s public criticism of Willie Collum, and even the SPFL’s pitches have seen both barrels.


Clement has had a strong and steadfast stance on VAR.


Furthermore, it appears from Philippe Clement’s most recent remarks about player contracts at Ibrox that the Rangers manager vehemently disagrees with Ross Wilson, the former sporting director.


Wilson had earlier this season vehemently defended the approach, which has now seen a number of elite players leave Ibrox for no reason at all.


Fans of the Rangers are not foolish.


However, judging from the agitation surrounding player trade models and fourth pillars, one would assume the club felt that way.


Despite all the rhetoric, there’s a sense that we’ve regressed since Steven Gerrard openly pleaded with the Rangers board to support him in the transfer market.


Due to injuries, far too many of the team’s highly compensated and expensively acquired players have been sidelined, and the team has held onto prospective assets for so long that their contracts have expired.


Borna Barisic, John Lundstram, Ryan Jack, and Kemar Roofe are the players experiencing this this campaign, as was the case with Ryan Kent, Filip Helander, and Alfredo Morelos in the previous season.


This regrettable legacy dates back to Ibrox’s Ross Wilson era.





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