Rangers fans outraged as club 'throw players under a bus' post-match
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Rangers fans outraged as club 'throw players under a bus' post-match

Rangers fans have been criticising the club for sending out new signings Ianis Hagi and Florian Kamberi for interviews after the 0-0 draw with Aberdeen.

The club stumbled over the line and was lucky to leave Ibrox with a point as Rangers’ stuttering January form continued into February in Glasgow.

But far from sending an established first-teamer out to explain why the club has dropped five points in three league games, they sent out Haji and Kamberi.

It’s a move which has not gone down well with the Rangers support who think that the club should’ve sent out someone who was more responsible for the result.

Rangers are really struggling at present and whilst sending Kamberi and Haji out might’ve been pre-ordained pre-match, the result called for a different approach.

Ianis Hagi was sent out for a post match interview after the Aberdeen draw despite only playing 12 minutes. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

For some fans, deflecting back onto the new signings does not reflect well on the club and their approach with supporters.

Some Rangers fans have angrily responded to the interviews on Twitter after another disappointing Scottish Premiership result:

https://twitter.com/GeorgeM1872/status/1223705959563960321

https://twitter.com/Pena_Cartel/status/1223674757540929536

https://twitter.com/DM_RFC/status/1223675098714050560

https://twitter.com/Cjnovo992/status/1223677970973429765

https://twitter.com/j1mboW/status/1223676756302991362

https://twitter.com/ggh1992/status/1223677659395383299

These are just some of the clean responses.

The club’s supporters are clearly still licking their wounds as Celtic open up a four-point gap at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

If we are to turn it around, we need accountability. This might just be a couple of post-match interviews, but there is the exact opposite on display here.

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