'Joke of a player' - Rangers fans in meltdown over January signing display v Ross County
Rangers fans on Twitter have lot their minds over yet another superb performance by midfielder Sean Goss in the 2-1 win against Ross County in Dingwall on Sunday.
Goss, 22, was snapped up by the Light Blues on loan from QPR earlier in the January transfer window and made his competitive debut in the midweek win against Aberdeen.
The German-born ace put in yet another top shift in the latest Scottish Premiership game this weekend when Graeme Murty’s men travelled to Ross County.
Rangers fans were in meltdown over the midfielder’s passing ability, with one even comparing him to former Liverpool, Spain and Real Madrid icon Xabi Alonso as another described him as a “joke of a player”.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
Sean Goss should play in his slippers with a cigar hanging out his mouth. Cool and composed ????????
— Will Robbo (@wullieboy78) January 28, 2018
Very impressed with Goss so far! Hopefully we can get him on a permanent deal. Surely we will go with Docherty n Goss
— Kevin Geddes (@Geddes1989) January 28, 2018
Goss is a baller #WATP
— craig (@MakkaRakka777) January 28, 2018
Sean ‘xabi alonso’ Goss
— Corey McWalter (@coreymcwalter) January 28, 2018
That pass from goss was unbelievable… The back heel from Windass sexy then Morelos missed it and Murphy almost got it in…would of been a sick goal ????
— CJ (@Cjnovo992) January 28, 2018
Goss is such a gifted footballer so comfortable on the ball his passing and vision in incredible.????⚪️????
— SMITHY ???????? (@smithycrs92) January 28, 2018
Goss is a very tidy player.
— Scotty (@Dotsy1978) January 28, 2018
This is god stuff… Goss looks classy…. Well actually they all do…
— ???????? ???? ???? (@gers118) January 28, 2018
Sean Goss is an absolute joke of a player, announce 10 year deal @RangersFC
— Mark (@_mk1872) January 28, 2018
Goss impressed Rangers fans in the Florida Cup earlier this month when he starred in wins against Corinthians and Atletico Mineiro.
It seems that switching from playing Brazilian giants to domestic opponents has been a breeze for the former Manchester United midfielder, who had drawn comparisons to Michael Carrick earlier in his career.
After joining QPR, Goss found it hard to earn much game time.
He had not made a single appearance in the Championship this season before he moved to Ibrox.
But now under the wing of Murty and Graham Dorrans and Ryan Jack injured, it seems that Goss can turn into a very solid player in his time at Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, these English high-flyers have approached for an international attacker after the Gers tabled a bid.
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