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16/05/2019 - 11:32 BST

Why Can’t Jordan Rossiter Play For Rangers – Bury Boss Backs Midfielder

 




Bury boss Ryan Lowe has heaped praise on Rangers loanee Jordan Rossiter, and he is sure Steven Gerrard's side can get the best out of the youngster next season after a successful spell in League Two. 

Lowe signed the midfielder on the final day of January and gave him the opportunity to make his mark.   
 



Despite dealing with a few niggling injury concerns at Rangers, Rossiter wasted no time settling in at his new club and eventually emerged as one of their standout performers. 

After making his debut in the second half against Crawley Town, the 22-year-old went on to play almost every minute of the next 15 league matches, even registering one goal and an assist. 

 


Signing a player who had played only 11 games over the last two season looked like a gamble at the time, but Lowe was happy he rolled the dice.  



Talking about the youngster's commitment, he told the Evening Times: "He was in the team every week, he trained every day and didn’t miss anything. He was phenomenal and for a guy who has had injuries and niggles, for me to get him on the pitch week in week out was great.

"I think a lot of credit has to go to Jordan for his determination and he must have picked up about ten Man of the Match awards in the 17 games that he played for us. He was instrumental, he was terrific and what a lad, a real hard-working character."

 


Low also backed the midfielder to reach greater heights next season and play a more prominent role under Steven Gerrard. 

He added: "He [Gerrard] is going to have a look at his squad for next season in terms of what he wants and who he wants.

"I can’t speak on behalf of Stevie, but Jordan was terrific for me and he is a Rangers player. Why can’t he go and break into their team?

"He played week in week out for us and was terrific and been talked about down here for a few months since being with us.

"I would like to think he can certainly go and stamp his authority in the Rangers squad, but whether he plays week in week out that will be up to Stevie."   


Bury, who have been promoted after finishing second in League Two, will compete in the third division of English football next season.