Honest Lewis Macleod has lifted the lid on years of physical and mental struggles after hanging up his boots at 28. The former Rangers ace, a star of the club’s lower league journey, has called it quits with a right knee injury suffered at Plymouth.
He underwent surgery in June last year but endured pain throughout rehab despite great work and support from Rangers physio Steve Walker.
Macleod admits being concerned about a premature end to his career for a long time. He said: “I had always been injury-prone, if you want to say that.
Never small injuries, all out long periods. A grade three hamstring tear, heart problem, torn ACL and torn medial ligament. You almost brace yourself for the worst.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk