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Rangers’ divisive player may have participated in the club’s final match against Celtic in the Scottish Cup Final.



It was a predictable result when Rangers and Celtic faced up in the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden for the seventh time this season.

If not an all too common tale.

Rangers supporters may have managed a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Hampden, but for some extremely dubious officiating, Celtic’s attacking line was handled more pragmatistically.

Additionally, Philippe Clement altered the starting lineup, shocking many by leaving John Lundstram off the starting lineup from the outset.

We might have lost the Scottish Cup if Lundstram hadn’t been added sooner because we hesitated to replace the midfield player during the match.

Just seconds before the Belgian was caught for the Scouser, Paolo Bernardo was able to run forward for Celtic’s goal thanks to Nico Raskin’s worn-out challenge.

And Rangers supporters may have seen John Lundstram in a blue shirt for the last time during a quick, if helpless, cameo at the end of the game.

The 30-year-old midfielder was benched following Rangers’ disastrous Celtic Park display, in which an own goal and a subsequent careless challenge ended their hopes of winning the Scottish Premiership.

The midfield player also started to become tired toward the conclusion of the season, and his play suffered when the physical and mental exhaustion set in.

And this is all taking place in the shadow of a purportedly impending relocation to Turkey.

Borna Barisic and John Lundstram may have played their final game for the Gers because they have both been linked to end-of-contract moves to Trabzonspor.

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