Former Rangers playmaker Emerson Hyndman has said he has “no hard feelings” with Rangers fans as he praised the support.
Speaking to Edinburgh Live, Hyndman was frank and honest about his time at Ibrox. The talented American midfielder was always well thought of at Ibrox, and now it seems he feels the same way about the fans.
“I can’t tell the Rangers fans what to do,” he said. “I’m up for anything. But obviously I enjoyed my time there and I don’t have any hard feelings towards them at all. I really enjoyed the support when I was there.
“But football’s football, you go where you have to go. When I joined Hibs I was delighted.
“Whatever the Rangers fans want to do is up to them – but there are no hard feelings from me.”
Hyndman showed talent at Ibrox
Hyndman was superb during his short stint in Govan. A breath of fresh air at times, he was creative and bold even for someone so young. I have to be honest, I was very surprised when I learned he was going to Hibs.
He’s clearly well thought of down south and in football and he could yet be a key player for Bournemouth in the Premiership. Still only 22, Hyndman was snapped up by Bournemouth in 2016 after his contract at Fulham expired. They had to pay an undisclosed development fee to the Cottagers.
Emerson Hyndman made 17 appearances and scored four goals whilst on loan at Rangers in the first half of 2017.
Rangers will be hoping the talented player doesn’t come back to haunt them tonight in a huge game at Easter Road.
It’ll be tough tonight. Hibs have only lost once on home ground this season.