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Rangers attacker Josh Windass has responded to criticism of him from a prominent Scottish journalist – and Gers fans are far from impressed with the 24-year-old.

Daily Record journalist Gary Ralston called Windass the “hide and seek champion of Scottish football” on the paper’s podcast before the Light Blues’ attacker took to Twitter to ask who he was.

After a series of disappointing performances from the 17-goal attacker in recent weeks, Gers fans think Windass’ only response should have been on the pitch as many of them agreed with Ralston – with one saying they’ve “never known” a player to hide as much as the former Accrington star.

Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/PhantomFGAU/status/981878379354951680

Windass is the Light Blues’ joint-top goalscorer this season with Alfredo Morelos and recently signed a new contract to tie him to the Light Blues until 2020.

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Despite hitting the net 17 times, Windass performances have been criticised by fans and his tendency to go missing in games is a common complaint from supporters.

The former Accrington ace limped out of the 2-2 draw with Motherwell last weekend and looks set to miss the Scottish Premiership clash with Dundee at Ibrox on Saturday and could be a doubt for the Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic eight days later.

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