Sir Kenny Dalglish has heaped praise on Rangers veteran Allan McGregor for his performances in the Scottish Premiership this season.
The 39-year-old has played a huge part in the Bears’ phenomenal defensive record this season and kept another clean-sheet against Kilmarnock.
McGregor sent out a warning to his side after the 1-1 draw with Hamilton last week, something Dalglish was impressed with.
Writing in his Sunday Post column, Dalglish claimed that McGregor’s honesty in recent weeks has been “commendable” at Ibrox.
“The way the defence has performed has been admirable,” he said,
“If you keep regular clean sheets, then you know you’ll get at least a point from every game. Allan McGregor deserves much credit. He has been in brilliant form and was so again last weekend in the 1-1 draw at Hamilton Accies.
“After the game, he let rip at the level of his team’s performance, and his honesty was commendable.”
McGregor has been incredible this season.
One of the main reasons behind this invincibles run is the form of the stopper, who has single-handily won points on more than one occasion.
We instantly think of the 1-0 Old Firm win against Celtic, and that phenomenal save from Leigh Griffiths before we went on to take all three points.
McGregor’s contract expires at the end of this season, and Steven Gerrard has already openly admitted he would love to keep him – something we expect to happen.
Dalglish isn’t the only member of the McGregor fan club, and it appears to be growing every single week.
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