Tam McManus has claimed that the Rangers players who allegedly broke COVID-19 protocols have placed their Ibrox careers in jeopardy.
The Athletic reported that up to four players were caught at a gathering over the weekend, with Nathan Patterson and Calvin Bassey thought to be two of them.
McManus has insisted that every player involved will be punished heavily by Steven Gerrard and the Bears board at Ibrox.
Speaking on PLZ Soccer’s The Football Show, McManus destroyed the alleged players involved in the latest incident over the weekend.
“The players involved need to take a right good hard look at themselves,” he said.
“Not only are they putting their own teammates in jeopardy and the club, they’re putting their own careers in jeopardy, the two guys have eventually been shunted out the door at Rangers.
“If it’s two, three players, their futures have got to be in question because the Rangers supporters will not forgive them.
“The last thing they need is players going to a party, it’s just nonsense and I’m sure they’ll be punished heavily.”
It is hard to disagree with McManus.
We can’t believe after the whole controversy surrounding Jordan Jones and George Edmundson that others have decided to even risk something like this.
With the Bears on the verge of 55, it may be time to teach these younger players a lesson, and the possibility of missing out on those title celebrations must be used.
That would be light in the circumstances.
Bassey and Patterson are seen by many as the future at Ibrox, but they could have thrown that chance away for one small night that will mean nothing as soon as tomorrow.
It will be interesting to see the outcome of this, but it appears as though many are expecting the worst, prepare for the outrage.
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