Rangers loanee Jordan Rossiter has picked up his second Man of the Match (MOTM) award in a row for English League Two outfit Bury.
Rossiter picked up the latest award in Bury’s Football League Trophy semi-final against Portsmouth, despite his side losing 3-0.
That followed a similar MOTM award against Oldham a few days earlier. Rossiter put in a top midfield performance to steal the show in a 3-1 win for The Shakers.


Jordan Rossiter’s form at Bury has been earning rave reviews in League Two, not least from his manager.
Bury boss Ryan Lowe believes Rossiter’s class and ability is clear to see and rates the player very highly.
“Jordan doesn’t get many goals, but he does an absolutely great job in that midfield,” said Lowe, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“You can just see he’s got that quality that really stands out. He sees things that other players don’t, and that can help make a big difference in big games like this.”

Rossiter is making a good impression down south and has played five times since joining Bury in January. (Photo by Alex Burstow/Getty Images)

Jordan Rossiter’s form at Bury is a great thing to see. Only earlier this month the did he play a full 90 minutes for the first time this season.
Bury are also currently sitting second in League Two and are chasing promotion. That means it’s a real chance for Rossiter to get some game time in a winning side and get back to full fitness.
You never know, the former Liverpool Academy graduate could be like a new signing next season.

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