Loads of Rangers fans have been reflecting on the weekend’s action, and plenty are disappointed with the form of Kyle Lafferty.
Steven Gerrard’s summer move to sign Lafferty raised quite a few eyebrows, as some fans were not ready to forgive him for the way he left the club back in 2012.
The 31-year-old was a necessary signing though, as the Gers were crying out for more depth in attack.
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Unfortunately for Lafferty, he has arrived at the club as Alfredo Morelos enters the form of his life, and the disparity between the two strikes was on full display on Saturday.
Morelos replaced the Northern Irishman for the last half an hour of the win over Livingston, and picked up a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win.
The Colombian international was also booked for dissent though, meaning Laffery will likely get the nod again next weekend with Morelos suspended.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below, where some fans think the veteran striker is simply not good enough to cover for the red-hot Morelos…
The difference between Morelos and Lafferty is night and day. Morelos was fantastic when he came on. His link up play is superb. #Rangers
— M.H. (@MarkHarvey83) November 24, 2018
Hopefully, Trevor. Thought Lafferty was really poor yesterday.
— Ali (@Ali16137476) November 25, 2018
No he’s been pish
— The Donfather????????? (@DougieDon1) November 26, 2018
Kyle Lafferty is not good enough to play for Rangers.
— Daniel Candeias’ Backheel Fan (@euangtaylor) November 24, 2018
Have to agree,think he was only signed on the back of scoring a goal against the obsessed !!!
— Robert Quinn (@bluesparkuk) November 26, 2018
Thought we lacked the tempo today thats destroyed Motherwell and Kyle Lafferty is no Alfredo Morelos. Do we have the bottle to go top next week? The game vs Hearts will tell us a lot about the players #RangersFC
— Gazborangers (@gazborangers) November 24, 2018