Some Rangers fans took to Twitter on Wednesday night to suggest that Greg Stewart had his ‘last dance’ as a Ger at Livingston.

Despite injuries and suspensions ensuring that a depleted squad travelled to the Tony Macaroni Arena, the Gers delivered a strong performance to triumph 3-0.

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Steven Gerrard’s side were deserved winners against Livi. (Photo by Willie Vass/Pool via Getty Images)

James Tavernier netted from the spot just prior to the interval and then Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi put the result beyond all doubt in the second period.

Steven Gerrard was only able to name five outfield players on the bench, but he used all of them in the closing stages of the game.


Greg Stewart was one of those to make a substitute appearance, as he replaced Hagi for the final five minutes.

It was just a fourth Premiership appearance of the season for the 31-year-old, who has very much been on the peripheries.

He impressed during a cameo against St Mirren back in March but he’s been more or less unable to get a look in since then due to the quality of the manager’s other options in the final third.

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Rangers fans believe Greg Stewart had his ‘last dance’ at Livingston. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Stewart’s contract is up this summer and with no news on an extension, it’s likely that he’ll soon leave the club he’s supported since he was a boy.

Plenty of supporters feel that, although there’s one fixture remaining in the season against his former club Aberdeen, it’s likely that Wednesday evening’s outing will prove to be the well-liked player’s final one in the shirt.

In a dig at departing Celtic captain Scott Brown, some Bears referred to Stewart’s appearance in West Lothian as his ‘last dance’.

Here’s a selection of comments from Twitter:

In all, Stewart has made 32 appearances since joining Rangers in 2019, scoring three goals and notching six assists.

In other news, Rangers are reportedly eying a move for a pacy international who is also interesting Italian and French clubs.

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