Now playing his last season of football for Dutch First Division side Den Haag, Mols
is unable to see for himself how that attitude has worsened and instead has to keep up with his former side through Teletext and conversations with friends still in Glasgow.
Champion insi scouti unacceptable "T "There sim are ex over world C McCoist insists the absence of an Ibrox scouting system is "unacceptable" but Mols
said: "There is a simple solution.
Arteta caused some concern in the Hearts defence with a driven free-kick going right across the goal after Burke had been fouled and the Spaniard was prevented from playing Mols
in by an Andy Webster interception
prepares mentally for his final months in blue, rather than return to Holland or try out England, the Dutchman is looking to wind down his career in the country he now regards as his family home.
After being offered an extra year at Ibrox following his late-season surge which helped Rangers to the Treble, Mols
is relishing this unexpected last tilt at Champions League glory.
wasn't even on the bench for Sunday's stormy 1-0 victory at Hearts, in which Claudio Reyna and Arthur Numan were both sent off, and he revealed his rebuilt knee was the reason why.
keeps a close eye on Rangers' fortunes and couldn't help but be thrilled by their title triumph last month.
As a result, Mols
has shown only in flashes what he was capable of.
almost quit after injuring knee ligaments while playing for the Ibrox side.
, who was on target during yesterday's Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Motherwell, is still waiting to find out if he will be offered a new deal by Rangers boss Alex McLeish.
It took the home side 70 minutes to break the deadlock when Michael Mols
nodded home after Rangers had squandered several chances.
Sheffield Wednesday strike target Michael Mols
is set to make a decision over his future within the next few days.