'Horrendous', 'Lazy spice boy' - Rangers fans destroy 23-year-old after display v St Johnstone
By James Black
Rangers beat St. Johnstone 3-0 on Friday night in the Scottish Premiership – but Gers fans on Twitter weren’t impressed with midfielder Josh Windass.
The wingers had a quiet night as a double from Carlos Pena and a late Graham Dorrans goal gave the Light Blues a comfortable win over Tommy Wright’s side.
Windass hasn’t had a great start to the season and his performance against St. Johnstone has only strengthened calls from some Rangers fans for Pedro Caixinha to drop the 23-year-old.
The former Accrington man as substituted in the final minutes but fans have seen enough.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
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Wish Pedro would stop sending Windass to the shops during matches – 25-30mins in the 2nd half he’s usually gone for in every game #Rangers
— Darren Cairns (@darren_cairns) October 13, 2017
Dorrans & Pena's best game at the club which is great to see but i have to say Windass just doesn't have it at our level & must be dropped ?
— Steph G (@SG68RFC) October 13, 2017
— dodger (@Dod64Dodger) October 13, 2017
I don't think Dalcio is an option tbh, but I was surprised Windass lasted 90 minutes
— TomForsythsBigToe (@nrpsimpson) October 13, 2017
Media fuss about Miller and Pena overlooks the thing that might eventually get Pedro the sack, his loyalty to Windass which is unbelievable
— Scott Wilson (@sports_scott) October 13, 2017
Windass brings nothing to the party..
— Craig Redmond (@jude_joelred) October 13, 2017
Great 3 points! Can’t believe josh windass played 91 mins though! Horrendous!
— Matt Ramsay (@MRamsay89) October 13, 2017
Not watching the game but will assume windass is still a lazy spice boy, we’re still terrible defensively and candeais is still shifting
— Jordan (@jordearm) October 13, 2017
Windass joined the Gers from Accrington last year and had a disapponting debut season in Scotland.
Fans were hoping for more this season but have been continued to be let down by Windass.
With a semi-final next weekend, Rangers fans will be hoping Caixinha drops the 23-year-old for the trip to Hampden.
In other Rangers news, a £7.5million midfielder is firmly in the running to be the club’s next signing.