Glasgow Rangers boss, Michael Beale, has been hailed for his tactical masterclass that saw the team register a resounding 3-0 win against Celtic in the Scottish Premiership last Saturday.
This win could easily be ranked among Beale’s best achievements since he assumed his current position with the team at Ibrox.
Despite not having secured any trophies this season, Beale has still managed to perform exceptionally well.
He has only lost two of his 18 league matches and is optimistic that the win against Celtic is the first of many future victories.
One notable aspect of Beale’s coaching style is his tendency to give young talent a chance to shine.
Recently, he included 20-year-old academy talent Adam Devine in his starting eleven, and the youngster did not disappoint.
Devine played five times in the Scottish Premiership, averaged a Sofascore rating of 6.85, and created two ‘big chances’ with an additional 1.2 chances per game.
Beale is currently on the lookout for more young talent for his team and could find it in Robbie Fraser, a left-back who plays for Glasgow Rangers’ second team.
The 20-year-old defender recently signed a contract extension with the club and is yet to make a senior appearance for The Light Blues.
Fraser has made over 40 appearances for the academy side this season and scored two goals while producing seven assists from defence.
Robbie Fraser ready to shine for Rangers
His attacking prowess from left-back has earned him comparisons with Devine, whom Beale chose to stand in for Absent Borna Barisic and Ridvan Yilmaz.
Fraser’s captaincy of the “B” team also confirms his leadership skills and mental attributes, which further highlight his potential.
With just a few matches left in the Premiership this season, Beale could seize the opportunity to offer Fraser a chance to impress and develop into Rangers’ next homegrown gem.
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