'Garbage', 'Rotten' 'League 2 player' - Rangers fans annihilate player for display v Aberdeen
Rangers fans have torn Andy Halliday to shreds for his performance in the 1-1 draw with Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Tuesday night.
Halliday, 26, started at left-back for the third Scottish Premiership game in a row after Declan John picked up an injury last month.
The former Middlesbrough and Bradford player has had a hard time of it since being handed a starting line-up role though, with his touchline meltdown at Hampden Park in the defeat to Celtic grabbing a host of headlines before an indifferent display against Kilmarnock at the weekend.
Halliday was well off the pace at Pittodire though and Rangers fans on Twitter were not prepared to hold back in their brutal assessment of the 26-year-old.
One angry Gers fan claimed that Halliday was “utter garbage” in his display against Derek McInnes’ side.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
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I honestly think Andy Halliday would struggle to get a game in SPFL League One these days
— Fahdy (@Fahdy89) May 8, 2018
I’d take Holt Halliday and Martin getting sent off just so I don’t need to see them wear our strip again.
— Winston J Boat ???????? (@TheboatE3) May 8, 2018
How is it so blatantly for us to see Halliday is literally a league 2 player at best yet the people coaching him can't?
— Rangers Central (@GersCentral) May 8, 2018
Worse than Hodson and that’s saying something
— ????????Ryan Rossi???????? (@RyanRossiWATP) May 8, 2018
I'm bemused how halliday gets paid to play football. He is absolutely rotten. I can't wait until we don't see his name amongst many others
— Keith Gordon (@KeithGo84998990) May 8, 2018
Holts built like a subutteo player, Halliday is simply not good enough. It's a total rebuilding process next year once again iam afraid.
— ???????? cozy1872 ???????? (@cozy1873) May 8, 2018
Halliday has been on the fringes of the Rangers first team squad in the second half of the season as he spent up to January on loan at Azerbaijan outfit FK Gabala, where he only played seven times in all competitions.
Since returning to Glasgow this year, Halliday has made 13 appearances for the Light Blues, with the bulk of them coming in the midfield until he was forced to play at left-back due to Declan John’s injury and Lee Wallace’s suspension.