Rangers fans have found reason to be outraged after Josh Windass posted a photograph on Instagram of him on holiday with Ibrox team-mate Wes Foderingham and Hibs star Scott Allan.
Windass posted the image on Instagram before deleting it, according to the Scottish Sun, showing the trio together in Dubai and the ensuing row is an embarrassment for sensible Rangers fans to read.
Some have, bizarrely, complained that being seen with Allan after his tackle on Gers ace Jordan Rossiter in the 5-5 draw between the sides on Sunday sums up the drop in standards at Ibrox and used it as a stick to beat the players with – anyone that has watched Josh Windass this season for any reasonable amount of time this season doesn’t need to use an Instagram post for that.
It seems as though there needs to be a reason for some to be angry – no matter who petty or ridiculous it might be -and demanding players are sold because they went on holiday with someone who plays for a different club is bordering on the absolutely mental.
The idea that Rangers players shouldn’t – or can’t – socialise with other pros is just ridiculous and for throughout the years, Rangers players have always been friendly with other clubs’ players, whether it be Celtic, Hibs, Aberdeen or anyone else.
With only a few weeks to Steven Gerrard’s arrival and the prospect of a massive change in fortunes at Ibrox over the coming months, the Gers players now deserve to get away for a few weeks and recharge their batteries – even if it is with a Hibs player.
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