A struggling Superstar Rangers may lose their captain and prolific forward Errol Mc Farlane to an Iranian club as the striker heads to the club on trial next week.

Trinidad and Tobago forward Errol Mc Farlane is expected to spend three days with the Iranian club on a trial organized by San Juan Jabloteh head Coach Terry Fenwick and English agent Neil Murray.

Rangers head Coach Anthony Streete has mixed feelings about the latest development and is pondering life without his main man up front.

Streete told ‘ttproleague.com’, “With Mc Farlane heading out on trial with the Iranian club and Kerwyn Jemmott injured this can really put a dent in our team,” he said with disappointment in his voice.

Superstar Rangers are currently eighth on the League standings with just 17 points.

He continued, “We are struggling at the moment and without Mc Farlane we could be in even more trouble,” exclaimed the Rangers Coach.

But Streete a former national U-20 player is wishing Mc Farlane all the best when he added, “As a former national player myself and never having the opportunity of playing professionally outside of Trinidad I wish the best for Errol, and hopes things work out for him.”

However the 2006 Courts Pro Bowl finalists Coach is hoping that his star forward is offered a contract by the Iranian Club. In this way the monies earned can help out in a significant way with Superstar Rangers financial problems.

“Any money earned for Errol would be very important for our club,” he said.

Streete would also be happy to have his main man in front present for their match against fourth placed Defence Force on Saturday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium before he leaves early next week.