I take it we've all now come to terms with the complete end of Reynolds professional career now then?
Its quite remarkable to see him unable to perform at a level even good enough to get in ahead of complete shite O'Connor or the leaden footed Arnason.
If he can't force his way in past that, then might as well hang up his boots.
Sept 17 - awarded an extended contract until summer 2019.
Sept 17 - loses his place to McKenna after a series of poor displays.
Mar 18 - McKenna signs long term contract.
A couple if things we can take from that sequence of events. As both are left footed CBs, Reynolds is no more than a back up at best. Arguably Considine would be picked ahead of him if McKenna was injured or suspended. Secondly, this is an example of McInnes' muddled thinking this season. If he really thought McKenna was the next big thing, then why give Reynolds the new contract?