Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers has 25 top-class players who could all start in a Light Blues jersey, but some of the stars are not even making the 18 being used on match days.
I feel sorry for young Ross McCrorie, who I rate very highly and think that he could become a Gers legend, given time and experience.
When the Rangers fans get the opportunity to see Gareth McAuley in a first-team game?
When will young Jordan Rossiter be seen starting a match at Ibrox?
Graham Dorrans is fit again and sat out the last three Rangers games, is he deemed not good enough?
Eros Grezda is rated ‘world-class’ by the Albanian manager, but cannot get a game, what’s going on with him?
What does Lee Wallace have to do to earn a starting role in the next month?
Is Nikola Katic injured or has he lost his Rangers place to Joe Worrall, who is on loan from Nottingham Forest?
Is it because of an injury to Borna Barisic that Jon Flanagan has played the last few games?
When will Gerrard find the best way to fit Kyle Lafferty into the starting XI along with Alfredo Morelos? Why not try a very fluid 3-5-2 line-up?
So many questions to be answered, but that has to happen when you have so many players who could start for the Rangers first team.
If everything goes to plan there will be a ridiculous amount of games to get through this season with SPFL matches, plus a BetFred semi-final and hopefully a final between Hearts or Celtic.
Then there are the remainder of the Europa group stages, plus hopefully extra games if they qualify out of the group stage and then the Scottish Cup ties still to come.
So perhaps we will see all of the above players in a first team game fairly soon.
Allan McGregor, James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Ryan Jack, Lassana Coulibaly, Scott Arfield, Ovie Ejaria, Daniel Candeias, Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent, all start plenty of matches.