Rangers fans appear to have shared the same frustrations as Steven Gerrard on Twitter following Ryan Jack’s latest injury setback.
SG: Ryan Jack is a doubt for the weekend, unfortunately, he was asked to do an 11K session a few days after the Old Firm match. It is a shame as he has missed the last 5/6 training sessions.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) September 12, 2019
The midfielder picked up a knock whilst on international duty with the Scotland national side as a problem with his knee flared up, with the manager revealing the 27-year-old is a doubt for the weekend and has missed the last five/six training sessions.
That has left him a doubt with some, arguably, huge matches coming up.
Gers are back in action at the weekend when they face Livingston at Ibrox, before kicking off their Europa League group stage campaign with a home encounter against Eredivisie outfit Feyenoord next Thursday.
Jack has been a crucial member of the Rangers squad since Gerrard took over as he has featured in 57 matches for the manager, scoring five goals and providing a further five assists (Transfermarkt).
Indeed, it appears a number of fans on Twitter shared his frustrations with the Scotland national set-up and appeared to take aim at Steve Clarke and the Scottish Football Association on the social media site.
Here are just some of their reactions…
Would love to see Rangers telling the SFA our players are no longer available
— mark sorbie (@mark_sorbie) September 12, 2019
Cheers @ScottishFA great player management…
— Tom McVey (@tmcvey077) September 12, 2019
Not one bit happy with Ryan Jack’s treatment by Scotland, and rightly so. Disgraceful.
— Every Saturday We Follow (@1872StevieC) September 12, 2019
You can tell Stevie G isn’t pleased and rightly so, absolutely disgraceful
— Jonathon (@Massey10_) September 12, 2019
Great to see the manager stick it to them
— John (@Johnnynoodles) September 12, 2019
I hope that the club have been on to the inept SFA to get compensation for Ryan jack getting injured
— JLG2458 (@JLG24581) September 12, 2019
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