Date: 14th April 2019 at 4:17pm
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Rangers summer transfer target Greg Stewart did not impress supporters watching today’s semi-final between Aberdeen and Celtic at Hampden.

Stewart has been heavily linked with a move to Steven Gerrard’s squad at Ibrox in recent weeks, with his current contract at Birmingham City set to expire at the end of the season.

Currently on loan at Aberdeen, he had a massive chance to impress any future employers against the Hoops today, but fell well short of the levels required to do any sort of damage.

He was slated by Dons supporters who have been seriously let down by his performances since signing for the club in the January transfer window.

He did have an impressive first half of the season on loan at Kilmarnock, but the jury is certainly out on whether he is good enough to compete for first-team places at Ibrox.

These fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on his Sunday display…

Would you like Rangers to sign Greg Stewart this summer? Have your say in the comments below…


4 Replies to “‘A disgrace’, ‘Fat and lazy’ – Rangers transfer target earns horror reviews after poor display”

  • Not anywhere near the standard of player required. He cannot cut it for BCFC, Aberdeen and impressed somewhat during a loan spell at Rugby Park. Hardly inspiring.

  • Scott Allan would be better for rangers, looking at the way our club is run is very poor, to much talk rather than action, we have waisted lots of cash on poor quality.

  • Are the Rangers scouts scared to go outside Scotland, I’ll bet there are a few gems in the English and European leagues out there worth a look, all I’ve heard and read recently are players from Hearts, Aberdeen, Kilmarnock, never going to take the league from Celtic with this old fashioned ‘ lets buy the good players from teams below us in the league ‘ which history shows Rangers and Celtic have always done to keep other teams at bay, get your lazy arses out there and spot some talent after all that’s what you are paid to do

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