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Rangers Fans Are Not Happy With Niko Kranjcar After His First Half v Celtic

Rangers Fans Are Not Happy With Niko Kranjcar After His First Half v Celtic

Rangers fans are not happy with Niko Kranjcar after his first-half performance against Celtic.

The Croatian midfielder was a surprise inclusion in Graeme Murty’s team for the visit to their Glasgow rivals, lining up alongside Jason Holt and Ross McCrorie in the middle of the park.

He’s never been a consistent presence in the team since joining at the beginning of last season and the one start he’s had against Celtic ended with him being substituted at half-time on the way to a 5-1 loss for his team.

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So you can understand why some were worried about Kranjcar starting – and those worries have proven to be justified based on his performance in the first half.

He’s rarely been able to get into the game and hasn’t been able to help Rangers stop Celtic from dominating the ball.

Here’s what the fans think of his display:

Sadly for Kranjcar, the writing looks to be on the wall and you’d expect him to be hooked sooner or later by Murty.

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