By Graeme Hanna

7th May, 2023 | 1:06pm

Saturday decision to be made on Robby McCrorie future at Rangers

Rangers fans will get a strong indication of the future of Robby McCrorie and his chances for next season when the starting line-up is confirmed for the Premiership clash against Aberdeen on Sunday.

Gers boss Michael Beale has indicated that there is a “decision to be made” on the goalkeeper, having confirmed that he is fit and available for selection.

McCrorie could come up against his twin brother, Ross, who is a regular for Barry Robson’s Dons in the 3 pm kick-off on Sunday afternoon at Ibrox.

Ahead of the first of the five-post split fixtures for Rangers, with changes expected to be made, Beale wasn’t giving much away when asked about the keeper, as reported by the Rangers Review.

“He’s fit and available for the weekend so there’s a decision to be made there.”

Now or never

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At 25, McCrorie doesn’t have time on his side at Ibrox.

He is not likely to be considered as a contender to be number one for Beale next season but the truth is that no one knows how capable he really is, as he hasn’t been tested with a sustained run in the team.

Early last season, he was thrust into action against Celtic and Alashkert, with two fine performances in response, particularly in the 1-0 Old Firm victory.

That was on 29 August 2021 and he hasn’t featured since. Quite simply, it is now or never if he is to get his chance and stake a claim for next season.

In the last five games of the season, there is nothing on the line competitively, so he has to play. Anything else would surely spell the end of his time at the club.

He deserves his chance to make an impression.

In other Rangers news, this Ibrox star wants to leave after recent development, according to this report.