Malik Tillman’s performances this season at Rangers have been rewarded as he was chosen as the winner of the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year.
Following impressive seasons on either side of Glasgow’s Old Firm, USMNT players Cameron Carter-Vickers and Malik Tillman were both named to the Team of the Year, announced today by the Professional Footballers’ Association of Scotland.
Cameron Carter-Vickers played his final game of the season for Celtic as he helped them to book a spot in the Scottish Cup final and a chance to complete the treble with a win over Malik Tillman and Rangers.
A seemingly scary injury suffered by Club América and USMNT attacker Alejandro Zendejas is not serious and will not lead to any missed time, according to reports out of Mexico.
Malik Tillman might have seen his last action for the season, after he was forced out of Rangers’ FA Cup loss to Celtic on Sunday with what commentators suggested a hamstring injury.
Ian Harkes provided an assist for Dundee United as they came away with a come-from-behind win over Motherwell to give them a boost as the Relegation group phase is right around the corner.
Cameron Carter-Vickers and Celtic put the Scottish Premiership title in the bag over the weekend as they were able to hold on for the win over Malik Tillman and Rangers to extend their lead at the top of the standings.
Rangers FC head coach Michael Beale revealed that ongoing negotiations with FC Bayern over Malik Tillman’s future are positive, however several factors might still derail a long-term move to Scotland for the USMNT player.
Malik Tillman made his return to the Rangers line-up after recovering from injury as he came off the bench to score a goal in their win over Motherwell.
Cameron Carter-Vickers and Celtic celebrated on Sunday as they were able to hold to secure the Scottish League Cup final over Malik Tillman and Glasgow rivals Rangers.