Former Dundee assistant manager Graham Gartland has admitted that it took “about ten minutes” to see how talented Glen Kamara is – and told how he takes satisfaction from seeing him impress at Rangers.
The Finn joined Dundee while Gartland was number two to former Ger Neil McCann and thinks his spell in the City of Discovery game him a “chance to shine.”
“When we first saw Glen it took me about ten minutes to see how good he could be,” Gartland said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.
“We knew that he needed a little bit of work to improve him but after that he needed to just play some games to reach his full potential.
“The way we tried to play at Dundee it gave him the chance to shine.
“It gives me satisfaction to see him getting his move to Rangers and really impressing for them now.”
Kamara made 16 appearances for Gerrard’s side and quickly made himself an indispensible member of the squad.
Picking him up for £50,000 is one of the best bits of business the Gers have done in years and Dundee must surely regret letting him leave in January.