Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to voice their anger after Rangers first team duo Wes Foderingham and Josh Windass were photographed on holiday with Celtic midfielder Scott Allan.
Windass posted the image on Instagram before deleting it, according to the Scottish Sun, and Gers fans were furious they were with Allan.
The Hibs midfielder should have saw red in Sunday’s 5-5 draw between the sides at Easter Road for a horrendous challenge on Jordan Rossiter – while the boyhood Gers fan has previously upset fans by joining bitter rivals Celtic.
Fans weren’t happy the Gers stars were spotted in Dubai with Allan – with one saying the Gers “need to get these losers out our club.”
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
Windass and foderingham hanging about with Scott Alan man🤢. Need to get these losers out our club man absolutely embarrassing
— Jamie🇬🇧 (@1690Jamie) May 14, 2018
Windass is on the wind up. Has been since Sunday with his posts on Instagram and twitter. Out to provoke because he knows he’s off.
— Dado (@mendrinkmilk) May 15, 2018
Don’t actually have a problem with windass socialising with Allan but again the issue is his stupidly documenting it in the way that he does. Boy has zero brains.
— Jenni C (@JE51CON) May 15, 2018
The Windass family were having a kickabout when the creator was handing the brains out.
— Sean Hepburn (@dunglassfinest) May 15, 2018
Nobody cares who they are on holiday with, but posting videos of them having a great time with a guy who tried to injure someone in Rossiter’s position is just so out of touch.
Thankfully losers like Windass and Foderingham will likely be out the door.
It’s all about attitude.
— 𝙍𝙖𝙣𝙜𝙚𝙧𝙨 𝙑𝙞𝙚𝙬 (@Rangers_View) May 15, 2018
Windass finished the season as the Gers’ top goalscorer – level with Alfredo Morelos on 18 – but has disappointed fans with his recent performances after a stellar few months around Christmas.
The 24-year-old was subject of a number of bids from the Championship in January, with reports suggesting Cardiff City are prepared to offer £3million over the summer for him.
With new manager Steven Gerrard taking the reins, officially, on June 1st, the former Accrington ace could be on his way out of Ibrox later this summer.
Foderingham missed the final few weeks of the season with a shoulder injury – allowing Jak Alnwick to get a run of games for the first time since signing from Port Vale 18 months ago.
In other Rangers news, Scott Arfield is looking forward to life at Ibrox