Hemdani happy to stay put

09 October 2007 09:31
Rangers midfielder Brahim Hemdani says he is content to stay at Ibrox and try to force his way back into the Gers starting eleven on a regular basis. The 29-year-old has played in the Gers' Champions League games, but has featured only twice in the SPL this term. However, he insists he is content to stay at Ibrox, despite rumours of a move away from Scotland before the transfer window slammed shut. Hemdani told the club's official website: "It was only speculation. There were many noises at this time, I don't know why, but it is finished now. "I accept the choices of the manager and I've said it many times. Everybody is the same. This is how it is at the moment. "If you are playing in the Champions League it is not easy for everybody, but if you play at Rangers you know the situation. "It is always important to have the support of the fans and I carry on and try to give my best for the team and for the club."

Source: ESA

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