Rangers attacker can make whatever excuses he wants, his attitude is rotten
Rangers attacker Josh Windass has been favour of the month with Rangers fans after hitting a purple patch of goals recently.
Windass has scored five in his last nine games but his form has still been wildly erratic despite scoring goals.
The former Accrington ace is clearly a talented footballer and has all the technical ability to go as far as he wants to in football but at times his attitude is just rotten.
When things aren’t going his way – and with this Rangers team it’s a common thing – the 23-year-old disappears from games.
Against St. Johnstone, he was infuriating to watch with some of his decision-making and at the age of 23, Windass needs to find a level of consistency soon or risk being one of those players who can change games but just doesn’t do enough to merit regular first-team games.
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If Windass can find a way to consistently put in performances like the ones he has in recent weeks then he could have a huge future as a Rangers player.
There’s easily another decade of top-flight football in Windass so if he can go from a handful of good performances every season to a handful of good performances every month he could quite possibly spend the bulk of that at Ibrox.
However, if he doesn’t find a way to turn the poor games into the exception rather than the rule, then he’ll quickly join the list of players before him who tried, but failed at Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, Barry Ferguson has urged the Gers to sign this £4million+ dynamo who is also wanted by Celtic.