Rangers 24-year-old is rapidly running out of goodwill from Gers fans
Rangers attacker Josh Windass had arguably one of his worst performances for the Gers since moving north from Accrington Stanley in 2016 in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Motherwell – and the 17-goal attacker is quickly running out of chances prove to fans he can perform on a consistent basis.
Since scoring in the recent Old Firm clash with Celtic, Windass, 24, has been harder to spot than Halley’s comet as he somehow manages to become almost completely invisible despite thousands of people surrounding him and TV cameras recording his every move.
There can be little doubt that when Windass is at his best he can be a devastating player in the Scottish Premiership but he simply doesn’t turn up often enough to make it count.
After being handed a new contract by the Gers recently, Windass is one of the senior players at the club and quite simply doesn’t have any excuses for how poor some of his performances have been.
For someone with such a high opinion of his ability – rightly or wrongly – Windass doesn’t deliver often enough to warrant it without coming in for some serious stick when he fails to perform.
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With the Gers almost certain to undergo another huge overhaul of the squad in the summer, Windass’ performances need to improve of director of football Mark Allen should do everything to see if the Championship clubs who were sniffing around in January are still interested in the 24-year-old.