Graham Dorrans was released by Glasgow Rangers at the start of September, and joined Dundee as a free agent only a few days ago. Having made his debut for his new club in a 1-0 defeat away to Morton, the central midfielder opened up on his departure from Rangers.
Speaking to Daily Record, the 12-cap Scotland international said it was all about game-time. In the three seasons he spent at the Ibrox, he only made 23 appearances and scored five goals in all competitions. Injuries plagued his time there, and the situation reached the point where manager Steven Gerrard simply couldn’t count on him at all anymore. Acknowledging that, Dorrans said it wasn’t really hard for him to decide to leave. At the age of 32, he wants to be playing every week, which is something he wasn’t going to get at Rangers.
Asked if he spoke with Gerrard at all about the matter, he simply said, “No.”
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