'Worst player', 'Terrible' - Rangers fans slam 22-yr-old for display v Kilmarnock
Rangers midfielder Sean Goss was hooked at half-time in the Gers’ 1-0 defeat at the hands of Kilmarnock on Saturday – and fans are furious with the 22-year-old’s performance.
Goss started alongside Greg Docherty in central midfield but struggled to even do the basics as he looked incredibly nervous with his every touch.
The midfielder also struggled in last week’s Old Firm defeat against Celtic and looks as though his confidence has taken a real blow as he failed to get involved in the game.
The on-loan QPR midfielder has recently come in for praise from the Gers support but the performance against Steve Clarke’s side left them wanting him axed.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
QPR wini want Goss back if he keeps that up, Between him and Alves worst player on the park today.
— TenFootTelf. (@HungTelfer) March 17, 2018
Murty is clueless. Goss was true to form in a midfield battle.
— 54 (@rfc5472) March 17, 2018
I wonder when murty will realise goss is terrible
— Logan Redmond (@loganr1872) March 17, 2018
Murty showed his lack of experience today stupid decision to drop morelos should have been goss he dropped! subs were baffling at half time we needed morelos we got holt! Goss cant tackle doesnt do anything other than odd pass
— jmac (@jamesmac213) March 17, 2018
Terrible Gary mate. Goss couldn’t pick a pass to save himself first half to be fair. Not one of them gets pass marks the day just totally unacceptable
— Meiks???? (@RFC_72) March 17, 2018
Wallace > John
Dorrans > Goss
— Alex G (@WeeAlexG) March 17, 2018
Today's lessons. Alves can no longer defend. Martin still can't pass. Goss looks fragile under pressure. Murty takes off 2 creative players and we become even more static than before. I need to wash my eyes in bleach after watching this pish.
— Gary Fawns (@GlasgowFonzy) March 17, 2018
The German-born midfielder joined the Gers from QPR on a season-long loan from QPR and it was only a few weeks ago supporters were desperate for the Light Blues to make his move permanent.
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With the Gers facing a tricky trip to Motherwell next weekend, Goss could find himself axed from the starting XI to face the Steelmen at Fir Park.
Goss has made 11 appearances for the Gers since his move north, scoring twice from free-kicks, but has watched Greg Docherty come into the side and surpass him in central midfield.
In other Rangers news, Allen’s Ibrox masterclass would continue if he signed this midfielder who humiliated Scott Brown.