Rangers attacker Josh Windass has found himself embroiled in yet another Twitter spat with Rangers fans – and it must be the final straw for the Gers hierarchy after a series of rows with supporters.
After responding to a troll on Twitter, Windass then got himself into an argument and someone really needs to have a word with the 24-year-old over how to handle himself if he wants to be a Rangers player.
Issue is Josh is you can think of the "joke" in private by all means, but this need to constantly bite on comments in public doesn't do you any favours. I just don't see how you can "win" out of biting to these Tweets so why the need? I genuinely can't get my head round it.
— Alfie_WATP (@Alfie_WATP) May 21, 2018
It’s twitter mate it’s not reality , if twitter offends you I highly recommend you don’t use it . https://t.co/7WRLvVN7cZ
— Joshua Windass (@WindassJnr) May 21, 2018
The advent of social media makes it easier than ever for fans to interact with their favourite players but it also gives an opportunity for the less desireable side of football fans to come out of the woodwork.
While no player should be subject to abuse, Windass often finds himself trying to make glib comments when he really should know better – and there are times where it appears he’s simply going out of his way to antagonise supporters.
Despite finishing the season as the Gers’ joint-top goalscorer on 18, Windass’ performances regularly came in for criticism and the 24-year-old was arguably one of the Light Blues’ most frustrating players over the campaign.
Ahead of Steven Gerrard’s arrival on June 1st, someone at Ibrox needs to take Windass aside and just remind him if he wants to take on the Gers fans then there will only be one winner.
In other Rangers transfer news, the club are in hot pursuit of a 6’4″ colossus who could be signing of the season.