'Get rid of him', 'Awful' - Rangers fan slam new arrival for display v Corinthians
Rangers fans have taken to social media to slam new arrival Michael O’Halloran for his performance in the 4-2 win against Corinthians in the Florida Cup.
The winger, who recently returned to Ibrox after spending the first-half of the season on-loan at St Johnstone, played for 45 minutes as a substitute against Atletico Minerio before being handed his first start in a long time against the Brazilian side.
The attacker hasn’t done much to impress fans though, with one suggesting that the Light Blues should swap him with any St Johnstone player just to get him out of the club.
Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter to O’Halloran’s performance:
Kranjcar – started well from deep for first 20 mins then has turned off, shocking last 25
Holt – struggling with strength of other midfielders
O’halloran – absolutely awful
Windass – only real threat
Dalcio – surprisingly has been our best player
Herrera – anonymous
— TheRangersWay (@the_rangersway) January 13, 2018
I’m starting think Michael O’halloran is not a winger. He needs to play upfront through the middle or he maybe just not a big team player.
— Richie Frew (@rfrew24) January 13, 2018
Rangers playing with 7 players this half….. O’Halloran Dalcio; Herrera & Kranjcar Night as well be on the plane home!!!
— The Rangers Bluenose (@RangersBluenose) January 13, 2018
I would take any player from St Johnstone in a swap deal for O’Halloran……any player at all just to get rid of him x
— sunshinekid (@sunshinekid10) January 13, 2018
Even Dalcio has offered more on this match than Michael O'Halloran for Rangers. Although, they have spent most of it passing the ball from side-to-side.
— Jack Haugh (@JackMHaugh) January 13, 2018
O'halloran is a waste of space ????
— Jamie Paterson (@JP_RFC) January 13, 2018
O'halloran been poor so far
— A-aron (@aaronr1987) January 13, 2018
O’Halloran’s performance couldn’t have impressed Graeme Murty, as he was substituted at half-time.
As for the game itself, Graeme Murty’s side fell 2-0 behind in the first-half thanks to goals from Rodriguinho and former Celtic striker Colin Kazim-Richardson.
The Gers staged a fightback in the second-half, with Alfredo Morelos scoring in the 63rd minute. The comeback was completed with a goal by Andy Halliday in the 71st minute.
The Gers then took the lead in the 77th minute, Jamie Murphy setting up Morelos for his second goal of the game.
The lead was extended in the 82nd minute when James Tavernier made it 4-2.
Their winter break now over, the Gers return to domestic action next Sunday with a match against non-league Fraserburgh in the Scottish Cup.
In other Rangers news, Bruno Alves has revealed that he will return from injury soon
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