Rangers outcast Michael O’Halloran looks set to return to Ibrox when his loan deal with St. Johnstone expires next week – and Gers fans don’t want to see the striker anywhere near Glasgow.
O’Halloran was shipped out on loan during the summer after failing to make any sort of impact during his 18 months with the Gers before no-showing an Under-20’s match earlier this year.
The striker returned to his previous club on loan and made a bright start with a fine run of goalscoring form before injury disrupted his campaign.
Despite the Gers’ poor form of late, fans don’t think the former Scotland Under-21 star is the answer to their problems – with one saying anyone thinking he would improve the Ibrox side is “deluded”.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
Im better than MOH
— Dean (@deanomac54) December 15, 2017
Anyone that thinks brining O’Halloran, Halliday, Forrester back is going to improve us are totally deluded
— Michael McDougall (@mcdougall89) December 26, 2017
O'Halloran should hurt teams with his pace but he doesn't do enough in my opinion.
— Willy (@SpatestonBear2) December 27, 2017
Our fans crack me up. They must just recreate in their minds who the players we have are when they come back to the club. Both Halliday and O’Halloran are ghastly. Just to clear it up.
— BMC Rangers Rants (@BMCRangersRants) December 26, 2017
Some Rangers fans are on the glue Hailday, forester and MOH seriously thinking these are better get a grip 🤢🤢🤢🤢
— Greig Taylor (@greigtaylor1) December 26, 2017
Me currently reading though Twitter seeing that rangers are thinking about recalling MOH, Forrester and Halliday pic.twitter.com/28Ai56i4ce
— TheBeardedAssassin (@SamBreingan27) December 26, 2017
After joining Rangers for £400,000 in January 2016, O’Halloran only managed to score a pitiful three times in 36 appearances for the Gers.
The 26-year-old has scored five times in fifteen appearances on loan for the Saints but will see his loan deal at McDiarmid Park come to an end on January 1st.
Whether O’Halloran will be involved in the first-team at Ibrox over the second-half of the season or will be offered to any interested parties is unclear but it’s unlikely that the former Tramere striker has any long-term future at Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, three Gers players could play their final games for the club against Celtic this week.