Sam Lammers Makes Rangers Admission After Loan Exit

Sam Lammers has provided insights into his time at Rangers, following his recent loan move to FC Utrecht. The Dutch striker, however, refrains from labeling his Ibrox experience as a mistake, emphasizing the importance of the valuable lessons learned during his tenure.

Lammers, 26, joined the Glasgow side in the summer under the guidance of manager Michael Beale. Despite his earnest efforts, the striker struggled to acclimate to the Scottish game, managing only two goals and two assists in 31 appearances across all competitions.

Falling down the pecking order under the management of Philippe Clement, Lammers made a move to Eredivisie for the latter half of the season. Expressing his desire for stability after navigating through various clubs in recent seasons, Lammers, as quoted by Dutch outlet NOS on January 13th, stated, “Well… You shouldn’t think like that; it doesn’t make you happy. You never know how things would have turned out differently. I have gained many experiences, won prizes, and fought against relegation (in his career).

“The move to another club was logical for me every time because I wanted to get around to playing. Like now at Utrecht. But it seems clear to me that it is better to stay in one place for a longer period of time.”

As he embarks on a new chapter with FC Utrecht, the striker hopes to establish a prolonged stint with the club, aiming for continuity and a more settled footballing experience.