Neil McCann says Rangers Glen Kamara "won't be moved"
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Neil McCann says Rangers Glen Kamara "won't be moved"

Neil McCann has once again been speaking out about new Rangers signing Glen Kamara.
McCann describes Kamara as a “talented, talented player” who will not be moved now he’s in the team.
One of the player’s ex-Managers, McCann could not speak more highly of the midfielder’s ability. Drawing comparisons to Barry Ferguson, the ex-Rangers winger insisted Kamara will do great for Rangers.


Speaking to Rangers TV, McCann said:
“He’s a talented, talented player. I think he’s going to go on to be a brilliant edition to the team. I think once he beds in, you’ll not move him.
“Because it’s important when you play the way Steven does here at Rangers, with wide players and a real intensity about their attacking play, that you’ve got someone who can control the tempo of the game. And Glen does that.”
It’s certainly not the first time McCann has raved about Kamara. We’ve heard a lot of the former Dundee Manager’s comments on the player since the Finnish international joined the club. McCann compared Kamara to Patrick Viera in the The Daily Record back in January.
There’s no reason not to trust him either. As a player Neil McCann played alongside some top professionals at Ibrox – so he knows what a top player looks like.

Kamara has fans excited

Fans have certainly been very impressed by the player’s recent performances. But like any player who comes to Rangers, McCann insists Kamara will only get better once he settles into the club. And the expectations that come with playing for Rangers. Even if he already appears to be doing so.

Kamara has looked a very tidy player in the last couple of matches for Rangers. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

“Glenn is always going to take a wee bit of time to understand the expectation levels of this club and these supporters,” said McCann. “And the intensity that the media put on the team.
“I know he’s been at Arsenal and he’s come through the ranks at Arsenal but you don’t actually understand it until you’re part of it.
“He’s going to have to learn to play in this arena and the pressures that come with that. Once he does that and he understands, he’s a class act, he’ll do great for the club.”