Rangers flop Ian Black slams Gers legend Stuart McCall
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Rangers flop Ian Black slams Gers legend Stuart McCall

Rangers flop Ian Black has launched a stinging attack on club legend Stuart McCall by claiming he “wasn’t man enough” to tell Black why he wasn’t featuring for him at Ibrox.
McCall replaced Kenny McDowall as interim manager after McDowall himself had taken the reins temporarily from Ally McCoist as the Gers blew the chance to get out of the Championship at the first attempt.

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Black was restricted to a few sub appearances under McCall as Rangers reached the playoff final and the former Hearts midfielder took aim at the Ibrox legend for not explaining why.

“Stuart McCall replaced Ally McCoist and I went from playing every game to not at all,” Black said, as quoted by The Scotsman.

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“He wasn’t man enough to tell me why.”

After leaving Rangers, Black had stints with Shrewsbury Town and Blackpool before dropping into the non-league ranks with Skelmersdale United and Chorley.
The midfielder now plies his trade with Tranent in the East of Scotland league as his playing career winds down.
Given Black’s form at Ibrox, it wasn’t a surprise that McCall axed him from the side during his 17 games in charge of the Gers.