Robbie Ure admits it was a quick decision to leave Rangers.The striker made his Ibrox departure in the summer after progressing through the ranks at his boyhood club, but seemed to hit a ceiling so many do when it comes to trying to break into the first team.
A debut goal against Queen of the South in the Viaplay Cup hinted that he could be afforded a chance to make the grade. But he made just one more appearance under Gio van Bronckhorst and had already made up his mind to head elsewhere by the time Michael Beale returned.A trial with AZ Alkmaar didn't result in him signing a deal, but the chance to head abroad came up again and Ure jumped at it, joining Anderlecht in Belgium.
Ure is in the Futures Team just now, but his impressive from could lead to him making the step up before long. And he's hoping to follow in Romelu Lukaku's footsteps"I've scored four goals in six games.
so I have started the season well," said Ure. "I'm playing in the second tier of Belgian football and a lot higher standard than I was playing last season."I wasn't sure what to expect but it's been good and it's a good level.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk