Rangers player Clement claims has “bright future” finally returns to the pitch

Rangers player Clement claims has “bright future” finally returns to the pitch

Ibrox B team loses to Celtic, an Old Firm rival, despite the long-awaited injury return of young Rangers striker Zak Lovelace.
The 18-year-old striker began the match on the substitute bench as Celtic defeated Rangers Academy 3-0 at Lennoxtown in the Glasgow Cup.
Following a devastating few months, Zak Lovelace, who replaced Josh Gentles with 58 minutes remaining, has played 30 minutes, marking a significant improvement for the young Rangers talent.

Zak Lovelace
Zak Lovelace

The young hitman was last seen wearing Rangers colors during the 2-0 Scottish Premiership victory over St Mirren in October. Hopefully, he can return to the starting lineup as soon as possible.

Zak Lovelace makes his injury comeback

Lovelace, an English youth international, suffered a terrible hamstring injury after making his debut in October

under Steven Davis’ temporary leadership. In Paisley, the youthful striker was given the chance to make his debut for

the Ibrox club and set up the first goal.

James Tavernier duly scored the spot kick after Lovelace forced the ball across the St. Mirren box with a handball

from Ryan Strain, and the striker was eventually carried off on a stretcher.

Zak Lovelace was forced into a recuperation period, while Ross McCausland, the young Northern Irishman involved

from the beginning under Davo, has flourished since that game. Hopefully, the child has moved past it and Rangers

will be able to witness more of the young abilities of the former Millwall striker.

Rangers manager makes squad role references

While talking about the striker situation in Glasgow, Rangers manager Philippe Clement also made a suggestion about Zak Lovelace’s potential for a spot in his squad.

Rangers currently have just two healthy forward options in Cyriel Dessers and Fabio Silva due to injuries to Kemar Roofe, Danilo, and Abdallah Sima.

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