Rangers manager Graeme Murty will hold “showdown talks” with Josh Windass after his side’s 2-0 win over Partick Thistle on Tuesday night in the Scottish Premier League, according to a report.
The midfielder gestured to the away support by holding his finger to his lips as if to silence them following criticism from the Gers faithful for some of his performances.
The Scottish Sun claim that Murty will now hold “showdown talks” after he effectively told his own fans to shut up.
Windass, 24, was one of the players at fault for the Lights Blues defeat at home against Hibernian at the weekend, for immediately running out of position when the game had restarted due to Rangers’ equaliser.
A Hibs attack then led to a James Tavernier tackle which brought down Scott Alan and the resulting penalty was converted by the away side which saw the Gers fall to their seventh defeat of the season.
However, the midfielder was back to his best against Partick and scored a sublime effort in the 39th minute to send his goal tally for the season into double figures, with ten to his name.
Murty said in The Scottish Sun, speaking of Windass’ goal celebration: “I’ll be honest, I didn’t see it.
“I’ll talk to him about it and ask why he has done it, if he has done it.
The Gers boss did go on to praise his star player and remarked on his ability to execute the cross from which his goal came.
Another awesome strike from Tavernier in the 58th minute made the score 2-0 and saw Rangers go three points behind second placed Aberdeen in the SPL to maintain pressure on Derek McInnes’ side.
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