'Come home' - Rangers fans react to Weiss Twitter message
By Harvey Byrne
Rangers fans have urged midfielder Vladimir Weiss to come back and silence Celtic fans on Twitter.
The 27-year-old left-winger appeared to hit out at Hoops fans via his personal Twitter account on Thursday evening, sharing “they are so obsessed.”
They are so obsessed????
— Vladimir Weiss (@VladiW7) June 1, 2017
Fans of both sides of the Glasgow took the four-word message as one aimed at Hoops supporters, who continuously message him on the social media website.
The 58-time capped Slovakia international is not shy with his words on Twitter and he himself has fired shots at Celtic in the past due to his allegiance with Rangers.
The attacker spent a season on loan at Ibrox from Manchester City in the 2010-11 season and now fans are eager to see him return.
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Many Rangers fans on social media have told Weiss to come back and silence the Celtic support, while others have simply urged him to make a return to the club.
Here are a selection of their message on Twitter:
Come and shut them up then mate ????????
— Mark (@_mk1872) June 1, 2017
54 titles that's why there obsessed. You'll b here for 55????
— John (@John_RFC99) June 1, 2017
Wanty come home the now mate eh
— Stu (@boag22) June 1, 2017
Yep ! But come home it will wind them up even more ????⚪???? #WATP
— Catherine WATP (@CatJam9) June 1, 2017
Please make your return to Ibrox so we can wind up all these obsessed Celtic fans individually. #WATP
— Ian Milne (@Milney1989) June 2, 2017
See you tomorrow Vlad. Back where you are destined to be. The final piece of the jigsaw… bring the title home. WATP. N.S
— George Gilmour (@georgegilmour9) June 1, 2017
Weiss is currently playing in Qatar for Al-Gharafa, which is where March appointment Pedro Caixinha was manager of before taking charge of Rangers.
He is still contracted to the club until 2020, but he may look for a return to Europe with the World Cup approaching next summer.
In other Rangers news, Ryan Jack has told that he grew up a Gers fan.