Rangers youngster Ross McCrorie insists Celtic derby praise hasn't turned his head
After Pedro Caixinha told the world that he could be one of Scotland’s best ever defenders - Ross McCrorie’s head could easily have been in the clouds.
And when he excelled on his Old Firm debut against Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths, the 19-year-old was as high as a kite.
But despite all the praise and plaudits, the Rangers kid admits he came crashing back down to earth on a Friday night at Hamilton Accies.
McCrorie burst on to the scene at Ibrox with stellar performances against Partick Thistle and the Hoops.
But in his third outing at the Superseal Stadium, he conceded a penalty with a... read more
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