MaFasho Unveils Lack of Respect from Michael Beale in Shocking Ibrox Axe.

MaFasho Unveils Lack of Respect from Michael Beale in Shocking Ibrox Axe.

Fashion Sakala expressed his deep disappointment regarding his departure from Rangers, citing a lack of explanation and cold treatment from coach Michael Beale.
The striker, who joined Al-Fayha in the Saudi Pro League during Rangers’ summer reconstruction, had become a fan favorite since his move from Oostende in 2021.
Sakala played a key role in the team’s journey to the Europa League final and secured a Scottish Cup victory while at Ibrox. However, the manager who brought an end to his time in Scotland was dismissed by October.

Sakala revealed his dismay at being excluded from team meetings, with his responses kept confidential. Despite his dedication to the club throughout pre-season, he found himself without training for almost two weeks.
The striker expressed a desire for better treatment and respect, especially when being transferred to secure funds for new players.

His departure took an emotional toll on Sakala, particularly due to the abrupt and impersonal manner in which he was asked not to attend training anymore.
This unexpected turn of events strained his relationships with teammates, and he lamented the difficulty of bidding farewell in such an unfortunate manner to individuals who had supported him, such as Tavernier and Goldson.

Sakala acknowledged the special bond he felt with Rangers and conveyed the sadness of receiving such treatment from a club he considered home.
The striker also revealed the breakdown in communication with coach Michael Beale, stating that he was left out of the plans for the new season without any discussion about transfers or his role in the team.
The call from Beale instructing him not to come to the training ground anymore was particularly hurtful for Sakala, who emphasized that he had done nothing to warrant such treatment.

Despite the managerial setbacks, Sakala highlighted the crucial support he received from the fans and his teammates, considering them more significant than some of the coaching staff.
He expressed gratitude for their encouragement, emphasizing that, aside from Steven Gerrard, the fans played a pivotal role in his Rangers journey.

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