Rangers fans can expect to see the best of Ian Black this season
Black’s arrival at Ibrox last summer received a mixed response fro cheap wedding dresses m the Rangers faithful and the former Hearts enforcer suffered criticism in his first season in Govan.
Some punters refused to forgive the Scotland cap for his crunching tackle on Nikica Jelavic in October 2010 while at the Jambos but Golabek is adamant Black can win them over.
The 28 year old didn’t help his cause by getting sent off twice during Gers’ Third Division campaign but Golabek insists there is far more to Black’s game than just his tough tackling.
Golabek, whose Brora Rangers side take on the Ib cheap wedding dresses rox outfit in the Highlands today, said: “Ian is a fantastic player and you could see when he was at Inverness he had bags of potential.
“He likes to get stuck cheap wedding dresses in but that is his game and you wouldn’t want him to chang cheap wedding dresses e that.
“I’m sure he was singled out in the Third Division and maybe he shouldn’t have taken the bait. He’ll know what to expect this season and the Rangers fans will start to see the best of him.
“He has this reputation for battling but he is terrific when he gets on the ball.”
Golabek is no stranger to facing Rangers along with Brora’s other former Inverness players Ross Tokely and Richie Hart.
And while the Ibrox side are a vastly different proposition to the multi million pound outfit he came up against in the mid 2000s, Golabek reckons they will be just as tough to beat