'Jesus Christ', 'Gutted' – Rangers fans can't believe club's latest reported injury shocker
Jordan Rossiter has picked up an injury on his comeback trail with the Rangers Under-23s in Spain, according to a reliable source, and fans are gutted.
The Rangers blog Four Lads Had A Dream posted the update on its Twitter page on Thursday morning.
Quite a few asking why Jordan Rossiter missed yesterday’s Man Utd development game and the response we got isn’t good.
Jordan injured his ankle in Spain last week & hasn’t been able to train since. The extent of it is unknown, will try & find out more soon
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4Ladhadadream) February 15, 2018
The 20-year-old missed the development game against Man United on Wednesday and they claim that he picked up an ankle injury in Spain and hasn’t been able to train since.
They’re not sure of the extent of the injury but the news led to Rangers fans flocking to Twitter, with one fan saying that Rossiter just can’t get a break.
However, a few fans think that it’s time to let Rossiter go as he’s never going to be fit to play for Rangers.
Since his move from Liverpool in the summer of 2016 he’s only made 10 appearances for the club.
Here is a selection of the best reactions from Rangers fans after hearing the news:
This is genuinley heart breaking for a top young lad and a top player too. Gutted is an understatement he must be feeling lower than a snakes belly right now. Thinking of u lad @jordan_rossiter
— Ben (@BenMcComb1) February 15, 2018
— Lewis (@Lloyd__72) February 15, 2018
Time to cut our losses here is it not. He's never going to play for us. Daniel Prodan springs to mind
— Ross (@Rossiboy5) February 15, 2018
— Scott McInnes (@scottrobbiem) February 15, 2018
Time to let lad go . It’s one injury after another
— im blue (@Kilky43) February 15, 2018
Got to be a blood line in his family to Daniel Sturridge, boys made o plastercine .
— Scott Mccrindle (@SCOTTMCC71) February 15, 2018
Jesus Christ. ????
— sameauldsameauld (@daddybroon) February 15, 2018
Need to get shot of him, just isn’t happening for him at Rangers
— ???????? (@AHeath02) February 15, 2018
Think it's sadly time to cut our losses and move on, the boy has undoubtedly massive potential but the way things are going is never going to be able to show it. Unfortunate but we need to move forward!
— Stuart Watson (@swwatson6) February 15, 2018
Poor guy just cant get a break atm.
— Stuart Jock McKenzie (@Jock_Rangers) February 15, 2018