Forrester On False Suspension Reports
It was reported yesterday that Harry Forrester was told to pack his bags in training and not to return to the training ground for two weeks.
The Daily Record carried the claims on Wednesday, with them saying that following a training session on Sunday, a below par training effort saw Forrester told basically his time was up at Ibrox.
This report followed a similar one last month on how Forrester had already fallen foul of Pedro Caixinha's disciplinary requirements where he was apparently ordered to join Michael O'Halloran for an early morning session ahead of the Partick Thistle game.
With reports suggesting that Forrester's future at the club was already in doubt as Caixinha looks to reshape the squad, the Record claimed this was the second time that he's been sent home early over his attitude and this is two times too many.
They quote a source close to the camp as saying.
'Harry didn`t have the best of training sessions on Sunday and the manager has clearly run out of patience with him. This is not the first time he`s been told to get his gear and go home. But he has been told to stay away for two weeks and to sort himself out with a new club. He was obviously a bit shocked by it but at the same time he`s one of a number of players at the club who know their time is up.'
'It`s smart management from Pedro. He didn`t fancy Forrester from the start but with this message he is making it clear to the rest of the guys that he will only accept the highest of standards. They`ve now seen with their own eyes that there will consequences should anyone drop below the levels the manger sets.'
Rangers have refused to comment on the story when contacted say the Record but Forrester himself hasn't kept quiet.
Taking to social media, he rubbished the reports calling them fake.
Rumours and reports that I have been suspended are totally false and inaccurate— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) 14 June 2017
Whatever the accuracy of the report, with rumours circulating that Rangers have informed other clubs of his availability already - and on a free - like a number of players he's likely to be on the move before the transfer deadline shuts.