'Keep it up', 'Please come good' - Fans react to Twitter post of Rangers defender
Rangers defender Fabio Cardoso has hit the gym ahead of the Gers’ return to pre-season training on June 15th – and fans want to see Cardoso continue to work hard and force his way back into the first-team.
The Portuguese ace fell out of favour after an injury picked up in October’s Scottish League Cup semi-final defeat by Motherwell at Hampden.
The defender posted the image of him working out with the caption “the only way is work hard” on his personal Twitter account – and fans hope the 24-year-old is given a second chance to impress at Ibrox.
— Fábio Cardoso6 (@fcardoso04) June 7, 2018
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
Keep graftin big man and you might get ur chance need to work hard for it tho think you could come good if you had someone solid next to you ????⚪️???? #letsgo
— ???????? STEVIE GE55ARD’S BLUE N WHITE ARMY ???????? (@NoSurrenderFR2) June 7, 2018
Keep it up and show the rangers how good you really are ????????????????????????
— peter kelman ???????? (@aberlourbear) June 7, 2018
Please come good next season for us. I want to see you celebrate heeders again.
— Gary (@garygovan5055) June 7, 2018
great try workin that hard on the pitch and we might actually get a trophy next season
— marie torrance (@torrance_marie) June 7, 2018
@adamrobertsons hasn’t been involved for months, and his attitude is first class. I don’t think he’s overly that bad either
— Jake Donovan (@jakedono93) June 7, 2018
Good luck Fabio ????⚪️????
— RFC_A’dammer (@arthur_mac74) June 7, 2018
Defend long balls would be lovely aswell ????????????
— gary fallon (@gazfallon1989) June 7, 2018
Cardoso was a mainstay in the side in the first part of the season before injury kept him on the sidelines for a number of weeks.
By the time Cardoso returned, manager Pedro Caixinha had been sacked and Graeme Murty had taken the reins.
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Murty seemed less than convinced by Cardoso’s ability and opted to go with David Bates or Ross McCrorie more often than the Portuguese defender.
Cardoso joined the Gers last summer from Vitoria Setubal and made 18 appearances for the Gers in his debut season in Scotland and has two years remaining on his Ibrox contract.
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