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.

The recently declared Nigerian forward [Scottish Sun] has been coming under fire from some fans for a perceived lack of effort and poor attitude.

Indeed, it’s a difficult spell for Ojo and the Rangers support hasn’t been shy in letting him know about it.

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Under-fire Rangers star Sheyi Ojo has five goals and seven assists in 25 appearances this season. He has previously spoken out about any criticism [Daily Record]. (Photo by Ewan Bootman/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

For the club’s fans, a lack of luck, or even ability in some cases, is understandable.

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.


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?

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