Rangers fans react after forgotten man Eros Grezda appears for Gers' development squad

9th September 2017, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, Scotland; Scottish Premier League football, Rangers versus Dundee; General view of Ibrox, home of Rangers

The Rangers winger last appeared in one of Steven Gerrard's matchday squads five months ago and was expected to leave Ibrox.

Eros Grezda of Rangers celebrates after he scores his team's sixth goal during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Motherwell at Ibrox Stadium on November 11, 2018...

Eros Grezda was one of three senior players on show for Rangers' development squad on Wednesday.

Grezda, Jamie Murphy and Andy Firth helped a young Rangers side to a 2-2 draw with Hibernian at the Ibrox side's Hummel Training Centre.


The Albania international last appeared in a Rangers matchday squad at the start of April and was expected to leave in the summer transfer window, with Steven Gerrard admitting that the Gers received interest in the player they signed for a reported fee of £1.8 million a year ago.


But Grezda looks like staying put for now, with games like yesterday's set to be all that comes his way. 

Rangers manager Graeme Murty is seen during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Aberdeen at Ibrox Stadium on January 24, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

The 24-year-old was singled out for praise by the Rangers coach Graeme Murty afterwards.

But what do those of a Gers persuasion make of his involvement in development squad fixtures?

This is what they are saying on Twitter...


**** sake Grezda still kicking about https://t.co/NfmEMycGNE

— Jason Munro (@Jason_Munro1) September 11, 2019








Rangers found themselves two goals down with four minutes left to play against Hibernian, but fought back to level through Nathan Young-Coombes and Jamie Barjonas.

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