Rangers fans were left disappointed by the return of Steven Gerrard’s team after the winter break on Wednesday night, witnessing a 2-1 defeat to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Despite taking the lead in the match thanks to a debut goal from Jermain Defoe, the Gers conceded two poor goals to lose the match and fall three points behind league leaders Celtic, who have a game in hand.
Criticism was dished out to the majority of the team on the park, but the performance of Joe Worrall drew more ire than others, with the young defender gifting the home side their opening goal after being caught in possession.
The Nottingham Forest loanee has produced inconsistent form for the majority of his stay in Glasgow and supporters are now questioning his involvement given we have prospects like Nikola Katic waiting in the wings.
Is it time for Gerrard to drop his summer signing?
These fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Right this is the last time I’ll say it.
Joe Worrall is honky tonk.
Turns like treacle
— Robert Brown (@rabbrown69) January 20, 2019
Still don’t get how that Joe Worrall thing even happened
— Pretty Blue (@pretty_blue82) January 24, 2019
Said from day dot Joe Worrall is shite, shambles of a man
— Fraser Sheridan (@Frasersheridan1) January 23, 2019
He rightly got praised for his performance against Celtic but Joe Worrall has been a liability in most games for Rangers
— Arnold Black (@ArnoldBlack1) January 23, 2019
Joe Worrall is an utter clown waltzes about like he thinks he’s Maldini if it wasn’t for the game on 29th everybody would have wanted him sent him back 2 Forrest lets not forget he played against a skinny boy from there youth team that day .
— Tony Fleck (@AKA_TonyFleck) January 23, 2019
Joe Worrall was sent here to test me
— More Popular Than Jesus (@StevieGesus) January 23, 2019
There’s a train leaving Kilmarnock to nottingham at 5 to 10. Go get ready for it there Joe Worrall
— Stefan Abbott (@StefanAbbott7) January 23, 2019
Joe Worrall back to being absolutely gash again.
— JRIV (@takeahikebozo) January 23, 2019