The outfielder is on the injured list but said he wants to attempt to play in the Rangers’ final game. The hypocrisy alone flushes out the writer’s agenda. This needs to be remedied. “We’re going to have to sort through it and talk through it and try to figure out a way because a lot of our guys are young and need the playing time,” manager Chris Woodward said. More than 10 young players on the Rangers…

The Rangers want left-hander Taylor Hearn to keep working so that they can get a feel for if he will ever have enough command to be a big-league starter. To sum up the madness of it all, the Herald article referenced Stephen Farry MP. The instructional league, usually referred to as instructs, is an essential part of player development. As such, an exception could be made for outfielder Willie Calhoun, though he said late Thursday that is isn’t going to go so that he can detach mentally from his season. This is important because it enables us to give a voice to the voiceless, challenge the powerful and hold them to account. And if those reasons aren’t enough to give the union a giant roll of the eyes, there are 40-man players who actually want to go because they want to get better with guidance from coaches in their organization. Rangers' traditional support is largely drawn from the Protestant Unionist community, whilst Celtic's traditional support is largely drawn from the Catholic community. A rather vacuous existence. He may become their best. But don’t say they have quit. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), DOWNLOAD your free copy of the new Unionist Voice Newsletter, Analysis: Donaghadee v Irish Football Association, Amending the Betrayal Act- a brief explainer of the legal row, IFA Appeals Committee’s Institute decision was vitiated by procedural impropriety- fairness demands it is quashed, From ‘Warfare’ to ‘Lawfare’- Loyalism’s lost transition, The real scandal of LAD is how the liberal elite legitimised their Orwellian hate campaign, ANALYIS: DUP’s “Key Brain” behind St Andrews Agreement urges the party not to risk giving unfettered power to Sinn Fein Ministers, Heading for Arbitration- The Amateur League football dispute explained, ANALYSIS: Questions over IFA Appeals Panel impartiality as absurd NAFL decision set to be appealed. … we have a small favour to ask. In the article we are lectured on the ‘obvious’ link between purple and orange, and the UVF. No one steers our opinion. By Unionist Voice on June 16, 2020. Writing in the Herald, James Morgan lectures us all on the lessons Rangers should take from the Linfield row. The worst start of Lance Lynn’s career could be his last start with the Texas Rangers. Of course not.