'Has to go' – Rangers fans done with £96k-a-game player after latest injury update – reports
Rangers fans have reacted to the latest reported injury update to Jordan Rossiter, who hasn’t played in the Premiership since August.
The young midfielder, who has been out for almost the whole season, was said to be back in light training.
But the latest update from Rangers blog Four Lads Had a Dream, a solid source of Rangers news, has said that he still hasn’t made the step up to full training.
They reported that the bounce game, that Rangers drew 2-2 with Livingston, had come too soon for both Rossiter and Ross McCrorie.
They had better news about Lee Wallace and Graham Dorrans though, who both started the game.
Rangers play in a bounce match today as more game time planned for Lee Wallace & Graham Dorrans, all going well both should be available for M’well next Saturday
Game comes too soon for Ross McCrorie & Jordan Rossiter who are yet to join in with full training.
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) March 20, 2018
Rangers fans seem to be done with the former Liverpool star, who has only managed 10 games for Rangers since he moved on a free in the summer of 2016.
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He’s been reportedly getting £10k-a-week since and some Rangers fans want him off the Ibrox wage bill.
If that figure is correct then he’s been paid £960k so far by Rangers – or about £96,000 a game.
Here are the best reactions from Rangers fans to the latest injury update:
Rossiter saga really getting old man but defo dorrans return is good defo would think about this Wallace in CBK role
— Gordon Wright (@Wright7Gordon) March 20, 2018
Rossiter we can do without absolute waste of time spent on him
— PILLS N THRILLS 🙂 (@johndickson40) March 20, 2018
Who’s Jordan Rossiter? ????
— Donald Macgregor (@MacDonie) March 20, 2018
15 senior games in 4 years, Rossiter is a lost cause. His injuries are more secretive than Area51.
— Stuart (@SkynetsTarget) March 20, 2018
Rossiter has to go. Paying him a wage for absolutely nothing, hes had one to many chances.
— Colin Milne ???????? (@TherealNANTO87) March 20, 2018
Who is rossiter ? The new templeton ? A massive drain on cash resources ?
— el_chapo (@MrMacsporran) March 20, 2018
What are we paying Rossiter? I honestly feel for the lad but we need to remove him from the wage bill
— Jamie (@JHGS1872) March 20, 2018
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