Rangers youngster Kai Kennedy started the B team match with Dundee United, saying that the Ibrox club had left him free.

Rangers youngster Kai Kennedy started the B team match with Dundee United, saying that the Ibrox club had left him free.


The youngster is ready to start the team with this match, which will feature a strong jersey team that can take the field at Ibrox with Motherwell tonight.


Along with Kennedy, the likes of Greg Dockarty, Greg Stewart, and Glenn Middleton were all given the opportunity to show what they can do.

Rangers fans believe manager Steven Gerrard indirectly commented on "Agos" at the Abro academy in Kennedy.

"I want to bring in academy players," Gerard [Rangers TV] said.

“But first, they are committed to the football club.

If you weren’t committed to a football club, you wouldn’t be anywhere around me.

“They’ve become so good, they have to train every day for the world to play for the Rangers.

“I don’t listen to certain things in the academy, I have a little bit of ego about them, so they don’t surround me.

"I only play players who show me on a daily basis, they are good enough to be around us."

Gerard's sting message Kennedy Dundee returns to visit United's Ranging Training Center.

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