Dismissal weighing on Wilson
Rangers' promising defender Danny Wilson cannot get the thought of his weekend dismissal out of his mind.
Last Updated: 22/03/10 11:04pm
Rangers' promising defender Danny Wilson cannot get the thought of his dismissal in the Co-operative Insurance Cup final out of his mind.
The 18-year-old was sent off in Sunday's cup final against St Mirren for hauling down Craig Dargo in a goalscoring situation, leaving Walter Smith's side with just nine players.
Despite the sending offs of Kevin Thomson and Wilson, Kenny Miller secured yet another trophy for the SPL giants with a superb, late headed winner.
Wilson thought he would not be able to get his winners' medal after the game and despite being allowed to collect his prize, he cannot purge the thoughts of his red card.
"Both Kevin and I thought that we couldn't go up to collect our medals after being sent off and if that had been the case it really would have been a sickener," he told the club's official website.
"But a few people, including Kenny, ran into the dressing room and told us to get out and join the rest of the boys.
"Obviously it was a great feeling to get a medal and when I look back at the game I will be really proud to have played a part in such a fantastic League Cup win.
"But in the back of my head I can't stop thinking about getting sent off and that emotion is still a bit raw right now."