Rangers flop Eros Grezda appears to be back in the fold after he was named in the side for the Development Squad’s friendly with Carlisle United at the Hummel Training Centre this afternoon as he awaits the outcome of a disciplinary process against him.
Grezda’s Ibrox career has looked to be over for a while and the Albanian finished any lingering hopes of a reprieve when he allegedly spat at a Ballymena United player in the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Cup win over the Ulstermen.
📝A mix of first-team and young Academy players are involved today as the Development Squad host Carlisle United in a friendly at the Hummel Training Centre.
⌚️Kick-off is at 1.30pm. pic.twitter.com/Lni27Y6qpK
— Rangers Youth Academy (@RFC_Youth) October 8, 2019
Alongside first-team fringe men Matt Polster and Greg Docherty, Grezda was named in the side to face Carlisle, missing a first-half penalty, as Graeme Murty’s side continue their Games Programme.
Grezda looked set to leave the club at a few points over the summer but a move never materialised and it looks as though Rangers are going to be stuck with him for the next few months at least.
The Albanian has spent the entirety of this season with Murty’s squad – even training with them rather than the first-team – and it is only a matter of time before Rangers find a way to get rid of him.
Hopefully, it doesn’t go the way of Eduardo Herrara and Carlos Pena and become a hefty drain on the club and they can find a way to bring the whole sorry saga to an end.