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Tell me what he did wrong? Steve Clarke backs Stephen O'Donnell amid growing calls for Nathan Patterson to start

THERE is disappointment in the Scotland camp following their defeat to the Czech Republic at Hampden on Monday afternoon, but by no means despair. Losing their opening match of Euro 2020 - arguably the easiest game they will face in Group D - has complicated the national team’s bid to reach the last 16 no end and left their eternally optimistic fans bereft.
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Young Rangers defender Nathan Patterson in Scotland squad ‘on merit’

Nathan Patterson has been handed a Scotland call-up for the European Championship “on merit”, according to Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson. The 19-year-old Gers defender has been named in Steve Clarke’s 26-man squad for this summer’s finals despite having registered just 16 first-team run outs. Seven of those appearances and...
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Billy Gilmour, Nathan Patterson and David Turnbull make Scotland squad for Euros

Scotland boss Steve Clarke has opted to put his faith in youth after naming the uncapped trio of Billy Gilmour, Nathan Patterson and David Turnbull in his squad for this summer’s European Championship. Nineteen-year-olds Gilmour and Patterson and PFA Scotland young player of the year Turnbull, 21, have made the...
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Callum Davidson reveals admiration for Rangers’ rising star Nathan Patterson

St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson has revealed he failed in a bid to sign Nathan Patterson on loan in January as he expressed excitement over the Rangers full-back’s Scotland prospects. The 19-year-old excelled in Rangers’ Scottish Cup win over Celtic on Sunday and Steven Gerrard described him as the best...
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Rangers vs Celtic: Ally McCoist and Chris Sutton debate Nathan Patterson breach and slaughter SFA ban decision delay

Chris Sutton and Ally McCoist duked it out on Premier Sports over the SFA and Rangers' handling of Nathan Patterson's Covid breach. The young defender starts for Gers this afternoon against Celtic in the Scottish Cup despite recently being handed a six match ban, two suspended, after attending a house party against strict rules. His club lodged an appeal against the suspension, which has been delayed by the governing body, allowing him to play at Ibrox in today's Scottish Cup action.
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Alan Hutton: Rangers' Nathan Patterson should go to the Euros with Scotland

Nathan Patterson can be the first-choice right-back for both Rangers and Scotland for years to come - but his time for international football is now. If there's a standout performer, why wouldn't you take him to the Euros? If you're in form, you should be in the squad and, since coming into the Rangers team, his performances have got better and better.
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Rangers: Nathan Patterson ban could damage career - Steven Gerrard

Nathan Patterson's ban for breaching Covid-19 regulations could damage the career of "one of the brightest prospects ever", says Rangers manager Steven Gerrard. Patterson, 19, and four Ibrox team-mates were charged after a party was broken up by police in February. Each received six-game bans, with two suspended until the...
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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard reveals Covid appeal reasoning and 'damaging' fears for Nathan Patterson

STEVEN GERRARD believes the Scottish FA could damage Nathan Patterson’s career prospects if they uphold the suspension handed down for his breach of Covid regulations. Rangers have confirmed their intention to appeal the sanction and Patterson scored in the 4-0 victory over Cove on Sunday as the champions set up a Scottish Cup fourth round fixture with Celtic.
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Five Rangers players given FOUR-game bans after flouting lockdown rules by attending an illegal house party... but first-team stars such as Nathan Patterson, Bongani Zungu and Calvin Bassey can still feature for Steven Gerrard's side this season

Nathan Patterson and the rest of the 'Rangers Five' have been issued with immediate four-game bans for their Covid-19 breach. Patterson, first-team colleagues Bongani Zungu and Calvin Bassey plus academy youngsters Brian Kinnear and Dapo Mebude, who is on loan at Queen of the South, were charged after flouting lockdown rules by attending an illegal house party last month.
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Steven Gerrard backs Steve Clarke’s decision not to rush ‘raw’ Nathan Patterson

Steven Gerrard insists Scotland boss Steve Clarke has made the right move in opting not to rush through a call-up for rising Rangers star Nathan Patterson. The Ibrox faithful were hoping to see the talented 19-year-old included in the Scots squad for next week’s World Cup qualifiers after watching Patterson excel while recently deputising for injured skipper James Tavernier in the Europa League.
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Nathan Patterson: Rangers youngster gives 'reaction he needed' after Covid breach

Teenage full-back Nathan Patterson's Rangers redemption can be the "biggest learning curve of his career", says manager Steven Gerrard. The 19-year-old returned from self-isolation for the Europa League visit of Royal Antwerp after being one of five players who breached Covid rules. Patterson netted within 17 seconds of coming on...