Report: DaMarcus Beasley's Car Set On Fire

DaMarcus Beasley's BMW was set on fire in Glasgow.
Police believe DaMarcus Beasley's car was set on fire deliberately. The American international's BMW was found in flames on the street in Glasgow, according to the Scotsman.

The diminutive winger has struggled for playing time at Rangers once again this year. However, Beasley has chipped in two goals and four assists in his five Scottish Premier League appearances.

Last summer it appeared the former Chicago Fire star would leave Scotland, with Hamburg in Germany linked, but Beasley remained with the reigning league champions. Even since recovering from injury, both Beasley and American teammate Maurice Edu have struggled for game minutes.

Late last year, Edu revealed that he suffered racist abuse from his own fans.

No word yet on any possible motives for Beasley's car torching.

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