Josh Windass has backed Alfredo Morelos to banish his "freak miss" against Celtic and get right back amongst the goals for Rangers. The Columbian striker blew a golden chance to snatch a point against the Hoops as he somehow struck the post from only a few yards out with the goal at his mercy. And Windass, who is battling with Morelos at the top of Ibrox goal-scoring charts, reckons his teammate won't be affected by the howler.
Andy Roxburgh is the former schoolteacher who stands accused of failing to do his homework. The result was defeat against Costa Rica and another missed opportunity for Scotland to qualify to the latter stages of the World Cup finals in an era when we could almost take our representation for granted. Italia 90 was synonymous with Luciano Pavarotti but the Scots hit only bum notes in the Luigi Ferraris stadium. Nessum Dorma?
Graeme Murty has challenged Alfredo Morelos to overcome his horror miss and prove he’s the top striker in Scottish football. The Rangers boss has thrown down the gauntlet to the Colombian frontman and urged him to shine for his club before the end of the season and gatecrash his country’s World cup squad. Morelos, 21, was overlooked for his nation’s friendlies in Paris and London next week and suffered further agony when he sclaffed a chance to keep the title race alive at Ibrox last Sunday.
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