The Ibrox crowd isn’t the most forgiving place when you’re not playing well as a Rangers player, as under-fire Liverpool-loanee Sheyi Ojo found out at this week.
Indeed, it’s a difficult spell for Ojo and the Rangers support hasn’t been shy in letting him know about it.
But a lack of effort is criminal.
Rangers fans want their charges to give everything for them and the club’s badge and this will be essential in getting any silverware over the line this season.
The Ibrox support is largely split on Twitter over the player, with some saying supporters should lay off whilst others think it’s never going to happen for the winger.
I would not want to be Sheyi Ojo receiving the ball at Ibrox. I know he’s not been up to scratch as a Rangers player yet but his confidence must be wrecked with the moans and groans. That aspect of football is still underappreciated I think.
— Jordan Campbell (@JordanC1107) December 1, 2019
Rangers remain joint top of the league, after thrashing Hearts 5-0. Very comfortable game for us and did what we had to do. Nice to see Greg Stewart get a double. He certainly produces more than Ojo when he plays and in certain games offers a real threat for us
— jamie fenton (@jamie189227) December 2, 2019
Try Kent on the right and Jones on the left when he's fit. Otherwise that needs prioritised in January. Tav caught up field at 2-1 is also concerning, happens too often it leads to a goal. Question Ojo's mentality long term in a Rangers shirt. I love that wee Colombian. 🇨🇴
— Cairo 🏴 (@Cairo1872) November 28, 2019
Give it a rest. Every support moans and groans. If he crumbles because of that he shouldn't be anywhere near our team.
— Buff (@CapitalCityBear) December 1, 2019
It's a joke. He made 2 mistakes but then kept fighting . Charged down every ball. Won it back for Stewarts first… And not one bit of praise will go his way for that
— Gordon Smith (@Gord07) December 1, 2019
I think he's got the physical attributes of a top player but not the brain. Almost always picks the wrong pass or takes too long, and goes down looking for fouls far too easily. I feel for the guy but how he's stayed in the team is beyond me.
— Gord Matheson (@gordmatheson) December 1, 2019
I feel a little bit for him but its part and parcel of being a Rangers player, particularly if you consistently aren’t offering anything. You have to be able to deal with that, It’s never going to change.
— Ryan Stewart (@Razged1990) December 1, 2019
— Barlow (@st1nglikeabeee) December 2, 2019
Am I being overly critical or is Sheyi Ojo comfortably the poorest player in the Rangers team most weeks?
— Gord Matheson (@gordmatheson) November 28, 2019
Here we have actual live footage of Sheyi Ojo tracking back. pic.twitter.com/WS4pjflVoX
— Rangersbasis (@Rangersbasis) November 28, 2019
Despite the grumbles about his wastefulness and his lack of commitment, Ojo has had his moments in royal blue.
An Ibrox double against Midtjylland in the Europa League qualifiers was supplemented with a scorcher from the edge of the box to win it in the groups v Feyenoord.
Much of the debate surrounding the player focuses on his attitude more than his ability.
Should he improve this, is there still a place for Ojo at Ibrox beyond January?