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Rangers Midfielder Josh Windass Tweets About Neymar and Quickly Regrets It

Rangers Midfielder Josh Windass Tweets About Neymar and Quickly Regrets It

Rangers midfielder Josh Windass decided to send out a tweet about Neymar tonight – and was very quickly made to regret his decision.

Like a lot of football fans in Scotland, Windass was apparently taking in tonight’s Champions League match between Neymar’s PSG and Rangers’ bitter rivals Celtic.

And when he chimed in with a critique of how well the Brazilian keeps the ball – or how easily he gives it away – Gers supporters on social media soon pointed out that perhaps the pot was calling the kettle black:

It’s probably fair to say that Rangers’ fanbase would be over the moon if Windass looked a bit more like Neymar when he pulled on the club’s iconic blue jersey every week.

Rangers are back in action against Dundee on Friday night – and we’ll be waiting with bated breath to find out if Windass has somehow managed to transform his game.

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