Dessers urged to be more clinical by ex-Rangers star

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Cyriel Dessers has been instructed by Derek Ferguson, a former Rangers midfielder, to work on his finishing.

After spending the summer at Cremonese of Serie A, Dessers transferred to the Ibrox Stadium.

Despite his remarkable scoring form, there are concerns about his consistency for the Gers.

In 27 games for the Light Blues, the Nigerian international has netted thirteen goals and set up three more.

According to Ferguson, the 29-year-old forward has room for further development as a striker.

To put it simply, he’s annoying. You know it’s a one- or two-touch finish if high-caliber strikers gain room in the box because you’ve played with them. However, he is incessant about taking the third and fourth. According to Ferguson, who was quoted by The Herald, he behaves a little erratically.

Despite this, he has scored thirteen goals in the Premier League. It appears that the management is mentally ill. The manager is likely to blame for the fact that he hasn’t displayed any signs of feeling the pressure.

However, I am still confused about what Dessers actually is. Do you see him as a potential target? Is he in charge of the channels? He’s definitely not a finisher by nature. On occasion, his runs leave you perplexed as to his destination. He’s not quite what you’d expect.

“He seems to be lacking the natural talent that would make him an asset in the game without coaching.”

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