Rangers fans on Twitter have annihilated midfielder Graham Dorrans for his performance in the 1-0 win against Kilmarnock at Ibrox on Saturday.
In the first game since Graeme Murty was relieved of his managerial duties, caretaker boss Jimmy Nicholl kept Dorrans, 31, in the starting line-up for the clash with Killie, who have been a real thorn in the Gers’ side this season.
The former West Brom and Norwich midfielder, who celebrated his 31st birthday on Saturday, has not been in the best of form for the Light Blues, and that continued this weekend with yet another poor showing against his former Hawthorns boss Steve Clarke.
Even though the senior player has perhaps been rushed back from a long-term injury by completing 90 minutes in his first three Scottish Premiership games since becoming available, Rangers fans had no kind of sympathy for the Scotland international.
One angry Gers supporter claimed that Dorrans was “rank rotten” in the win against Killie.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
Agree Mate, Cummings is shocking don't understand why we have some who think he is worth keeping, and Dorrans is unbelievably bad today.
— Methuselah (@blueblaze126) May 5, 2018
Think we started off fairly well then as was obvious Killie started to boss the midfield with dorrans anonymous yet again
— Andy 🇬🇧 (@andyh1872) May 5, 2018
Fail to see all the hype surrounding Dorrans. Average at best, Holts adding energy and a bit of passion but its not enough as his through balls are either hit to soft or hard. Hopefully some sort of change, I'd stick out the 442 its simple and everyone knows the roles.
— Yer Auld Da (@LoneRanger1993) May 5, 2018
Dorrans looks so off the pace
— Ben MacIvor (@benmac95) May 5, 2018
Graham Dorrans wearing his invisibility cloak once again today
— ChrisWalker (@chrissywalker11) May 5, 2018
Dorrans has made 19 appearances in all competitions for Rangers this season after he was snapped up by Pedro Caixinha last summer from Norwich.
The boyhood Gers fan has scored five goals for the club, but all of them came before he was sidelined with a serious injury.