Beerman has left Rangers for a second time this season.
Myles Beerman has left Rangers for a second time this season after struggling to make an impact with Maltese outfit FC Birkirkara, joining rivals Gzira United instead – and Rangers fans have reacted on Twitter.
The 19-year-old left Rangers in the summer on a season-long loan with Birkirkara, which saw the left-back return to his home country after a sporadic period in the Gers first team.
Joining Rangers from Manchester City’s youth academy, Beerman was given his debut by Pedro Caixinha and made eight appearances in the senior side. However, a tackle on Celtic winger Patrick Roberts is his highlight.
He gave away a penalty for a silly tackle on Roberts during Rangers’ 5-1 loss to Celtic in April 2017, and although he made three league appearances after the heavy loss – he struggled to earn his way back into the side.
He joined Queen of the South last season on loan but played just four times, and now he is set to join Birkirkara’s title rivals Gzira who sit just one place above Beerman’s previous loan side in third.
Rangers fans reacted to the news that Beerman had gone on loan once again, this time to Gzira, with some claiming they had forgot that the left-back was still on the books at Ibrox.
Beerman’s long-term future at Rangers is likely to be in doubt, with only a matter of months before his contract expires on May 31.
I thought he had already left the club ♂️— King Coulibilly (@CRascal89) January 24, 2019
Good luck Myles will miss you. Take care.— Elsie McCready (@ElsieMcCready4) January 24, 2019
@ian_tolerton did you know we still had Beerman?!?— The Sandcastle Slayer (@FishRFC) January 25, 2019
aye not for long though. He’ll be released in the summer. Not even good enough for the Maltese premier league— Ian Tolerton (@ian_tolerton) January 25, 2019
One stupid mistake in an old firm loss has wasted his rangers career— Darren (@d_1872) January 24, 2019
Interesting choice of club!— Lord Wobbly (@LordWobbly) January 24, 2019
Mind you, Malta is a great little island.