Rangers midfielder Sean Goss played a huge part in Sunday’s 6-1 win over Ayr United in the Scottish Cup but when the on-loan midfielder’s parent club QPR tweeted the news, Gers fans hilariously tried to convince the English club he was in fact rubbish.
Goss joined the Gers on loan last month with a deal until the end of the season but unlike fellow Ibrox loan signings Jamie Murphy and Jason Cummings there isn’t an agreement for the deal to be made permanent in the summer.
— QPR FC (@QPRFC) February 12, 2018
When QPR’s official Twitter account tweeted that Goss had four assists from Sunday’s win, the Scottish club’s fans saw an opportunity to try to help secure him long-term.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
We will take him..lad Will struggle in a hard league like the championship thanks again
— Scotty T (@ScottyTrfc) February 13, 2018
He's ours now…. pic.twitter.com/r6mxWgoCXh
— Blue_Bastion (@BastionBlue) February 12, 2018
Listen lads, that wasn't even Sean Goss that got those four assists; trust us, he's actually a very subpar player, and you definitely wouldn't be interested in having him back.
May as well sell him to Rangers eh.
— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) February 12, 2018
It was a player Dalcio Gomes who assisted 4 goals ????????
— William (@_w_scott1) February 12, 2018
He was bloody terrible, so much so you'd be better cancelling his contract at QPR now as he'll never be a player!
We'll keep him at Ibrox just as a token of solidarity between the Queens XI Rangers and the Queens Park Rangers.
— Finlay Cameron (@finlay_cameron) February 12, 2018
Rangers like signing poor quality players, we have done it for years. We would be doing you a massive favour by taking him off your hands.
— Robert (@Zeefour87) February 12, 2018
Hes not good enough, just let us keep him lads we'll be doing you a favour ????
— Jack ????????⚡ (@WatpJack) February 12, 2018
Goss has quickly made himself an important part of Graeme Murty’s side since arriving at Ibrox and would be a fantastic long-term addition to the Gers’ squad.
The midfielder hadn’t played a single competitive game for QPR this season before his move north and has only made six appearances since his move from Manchester United to Loftus Road 13 months ago.
The 22-year-old has scored once and created five goals in his five appearances for the Gers so far and the German-born midfielder will be hoping to help the Light Blues end their eight-year wait for a major trophy.
In other Rangers news, Stan Collymore has made a brutally honest admission about the Gers and bitter rivals Celtic.