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28th Feb, 2018 | 8:00am

'Different gravy' - Rangers fans rave about January signing for display v St Johnstone

Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to shower January signing Sean Goss with praise, after his long pass lead to the Light Blues winning a penalty against St Johnstone, which James Tavernier converted in a match which the Gers won 4-1.
The 22-year-old has become increasingly influential in the Gers side since he arrived on-loan from QPR in the January transfer window, and scored his second goal for the Light Blues with a superb free-kick.
He has made such an impact on Graeme Murty’s side that some supporters are already calling for his loan deal to be made permanent at the end of the season.
Here are some of the best reactions to Goss’ moment of class:

Goss began his career at Manchester United, but he failed to make the breakthrough at the English giants, before he made the move to QPR in January 2017.
Whilst at Loftus Road, he only managed to make six appearances before his January move to Ibrox.
Goss made his debut in the in the 2-0 victory over Aberdeen, where he turned in an excellent performance as the Gers cruised to victory.
He has since played another seven matches, and has already become a key player as the Light Blues aim to make a very late and unexpected tilt at the title.
His first tussle with Scott Brown in the Old Firm derby on the 11th of March will be very interesting to see.
In other Rangers news, supporters were unhappy that Andy Halliday started against St Johnstone
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