Many Rangers fans have agreed with a club employee after he tweeted the Evening Times questioning their treatment of Alfredo Morelos.
Will Alfredo Morelos finish the season a Rangers player?
Colin Stewart, a Rangers Youth Development co. director and a former Players Charity Trustee has tweeted the outlet asking about the story ‘Morelos misses one-on-one for Colombia’.
Stewart asked whether they would have run the same story on other Scottish based strikers missing the same kind of chances.
Many fans were quick to respond to the Gers employee with a variety of responses. One fan suggested that it was a decent save rather than a bad miss in the first place, while another accused the outlet of being ‘desperate’.
Alfredo Morelos has been in red hot form so far this campaign. So far this season, he has scored 12 goals for the Gers, averaging a goal every 84 minutes, per the BBC. Additionally, he was able to add his first ever international goal over the break, by scoring in a 1-0 win over local rivals Peru.
Lots of fans responded to Stewart’s tweet with their personal opinions – here they are below…
And they wonder why circulation is falling.
— Jim (@jimmymacgers) November 21, 2019
Rather than a bad miss then I would class it as a decent save.
— sneddon (@sneddon04) November 21, 2019
I found that bizarre also Colin to be fair The sun & record had the same headlines
— Jim Stewart (@jimstew15820416) November 21, 2019
— Colin Rice (@colinrice11) November 21, 2019
Celtic fan in my work has just sat and watched all his misses for Columbia on his phone. Obsessed much
— james craig (@jwjcraig) November 21, 2019
Desperate times for the @TheEveningTimes .
— David (@rossd1506) November 21, 2019
Rangers fans, do you think a different striker would be subject to the same story? Let us know in the comments section below.
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