By John Reid
Josh Windass has described Rangers failure to win three league games in a row as ‘an embarrassment’.
As reported by the Clyde Superscoreboard twitter account, Windass has said that he hopes tomorrow against Hamilton ‘will be the day we change that.’
Josh Windass says it’s “embarrassing” Rangers haven’t won 3 games in a row & he’s hoping tomorrow will be the day they change that pic.twitter.com/6uFXq2tQ0r
— Superscoreboard (@ClydeSSB) November 17, 2017
Despite the inconsistent results, Rangers are only six points behind the Scottish Premiership league leaders Celtic and three points behind second placed Aberdeen.
Under former boss Pedro Caixinha, the best record the Gers managed was two wins in a row, on four occasions.
Rangers haven’t won three league games in a row since December 2016, when former manager Mark Warburton was in charge, the Gers winning four in a row against Aberdeen, Hamilton Hearts and Inverness.
Graeme Murty has the chance to win three games in a row following his victories as caretaker manager over Hearts and Partick Thistle.
Josh Windass has become a key man for Rangers this season, after being in and out of the side last season.
Already this season he has played 15 times and scored three goals, a better record than last season’s 27 games with only one goal scored.
Windass signed for Rangers from Accrington Stanley in July 2016, for a fee believed to be around £60,000.
In other Rangers news, Hamilton boss Martin Canning is a fan of Graeme Murty