Rangers midfielder on verge of chopping block if he does not replicate early career stardom
Rangers midfielder Sean Goss made an immediate impact on the Gers’ squad after his arrival on loan from QPR in January – but needs to get back to his early form if he is to avoid being axed.
The German-born midfielder wowed fans with his performances and Gers fans were demanding the 22-year-old was signed in the summer when his loan comes to an end at the end of the season.
Goss has shown he has the technical ability to be a quality player for the Gers but looks a bit awestruck at times by the atmosphere and environment he finds himself in after moving from QPR’s second string.
Alongside Greg Docherty, the Gers midfield looks to have a good creative balance but still lacks a little bit of steel to protect the defence and take some pressure off the likes of David Bates and Russell Martin.
With a run of huge games coming up for the Gers in their race to nail down second-place and also secure a chance for silverware in the Scottish Cup, Goss needs to replicate the stardom he showed early in his Ibrox career.
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Fail, and he could find himself on the chopping block and axed out the side, with the likes of Graham Dorrans and Ross McCrorie getting close to a return from injury.
In other Rangers news, the club must blow Celtic out of the water to sign the next Moussa Dembele.