Albania coach fires warning to Grezda

Recoba

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
Grezda seems like a complete waster, i hope we get rid of him asap

Eros Grezda fired warning as Rangers winger’s troubles mount
The Ibrox player has been urged to 'take responsibility' by his Albania head coach.

Rangers winger Eros Grezda has been told to "take responsibility" by his Albania manager after he walked out on their squad.
The 24-year-old – who could be sold by the Ibrox giants this summer – quit the Albanian training camp ahead of their Euro 2020 double-header with Iceland and Moldova, with the Balkan country's FA stating he had "personal problems".
But Grezda himself insisted it was because of an injury and wished his team mates all the best for the games, where they lost in Iceland, but beat Moldova at home.
Reports in his homeland suggested the real reason he left was because he was informed he wouldn't be an automatic pick and stormed out.
And Albania manager Edoardo Reja has now urged Rangers wideman Grezda to improve his attitude and commitment.

Reja said: "Eros has made his decision and it's clear he's got some problems going on.



"The situation was I had two other players who weren't going originally going to be in the team either - Kristi Qose and Odise Roshi.
"But they both chose to stay with the camp and tried to show me what they could do. They impressed me.


Rangers star Eros Grezda will be off the road until October after ban (Image: SNS Group)
"I ended up using both of them and they made a big difference.
"They stayed because they have Albania in their heart.
"Grezda is wrong on this matter. He needs to start taking responsibility for his actions."
Record Sport Online revealed on Thursday night it’s believed Rangers would listen to offers for Grezda, who made just 13 appearances in the Premiership last season.
 

MearnsUnionist

Well-Known Member
Remember meeting him and his bird in the Anchorline when I was out with my bird (no pics).

We chatted for a while and he told me how he was frustrated he hadn't been able to show the Rangers fans his true ability because of injury.

Said he was determined to get back fit, show what he was about and he seemed really genuine.

It's now looking like he was telling me porkies.
 

Jimmy the Gent

Well-Known Member
He will never play for a club as big as ours, ever!

Will the penny finally drop that he has the chance of a lifetime here?

Does he give a rats ass?
 

Drumchapel-Bear

Well-Known Member
Can't wait to see the back of this waster. P*sh like this only reduces his value in any potential sale.

We'll probably need to loan him out somewhere rather than sell him.
 

strider

Well-Known Member
Remember meeting him and his bird in the Anchorline when I was out with my bird (no pics).

We chatted for a while and he told me how he was frustrated he hadn't been able to show the Rangers fans his true ability because of injury.

Said he was determined to get back fit, show what he was about and he seemed really genuine.

It's now looking like he was telling me porkies.
Or things have taken a dip since then.

It's unlikely we'll ever find out either way. For what little it's worth, I don't believe the fault lies with Grezda alone as to why it hasn't worked, but most would disagree.

For his sake, be it with Rangers or elsewhere, I hope he gets his confidence back and sorts out whatever is affecting him.
 

Walters80

Well-Known Member
We should never have signed a player who had been out of Football for 6 months injured. We've had our fingers burnt far too many times in the past with these type of signings.

Best bet for us is to put him out on loan and hope that a club takes a chance on him next summer I can't see anyone buying him after this.
 

RFCStu

Well-Known Member
So far Grezda has been like Harry Forrester with even less ability. I genuinely cannot think of a piece of skill, a pass, movement or a even taking someone on which have made me think he's a player. I know he scored a couple against Motherwell and I had hoped he would kick on from that but it was against 10 men and he had been terrible in the first half of the game.

I appreciate he arrived off the back of an injury and operation but usually by now I would expect some kind of indication that the guy can play a bit.

I hope he proves me wrong and becomes a success but given the reports of his off field antics its looking increasingly unlikely.
 

Topps

Well-Known Member
Never realised Panucci had left them, he used to talk up grezda. Also see Porrini is listed as an assistant coach for them too.
 

The Crimson King

Well-Known Member
I wanted this one to work so badly. From the description before he came in he was exactly the sort of player we needed and every time he started or came on I was buzzing to see what he could do. I probably stuck with him longer than I should have just because of how desperate I was to see him do well. The fact that his national manager is now confirming suspicions we've held all season doesn't bode well.

At 24 he's far from a lost cause, but there comes a point where a player needs to experience a real shock to put them in that make-or-break mode. I don't think that's going to happen at Rangers any more, although I would still be delighted to be proved wrong.
 

Stanley Yelnats

Well-Known Member
Thought after the Pena debacle that we would have learned a lesson and wouldn’t be signing any more duds for significant amounts of money.

We have to learn to stop wasting money away
 
Top