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Rangers fans hammer Nikola Katic after another draw

Rangers have been further cut adrift from the top of the Scottish Premiership as they once again saw crucial points slip through their grasp.

Steven Gerrard’s side succumbed to a 2-2 draw at St Johnstone on Sunday afternoon as Stevie May rifled home an equaliser ten minutes from time.

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The SPFL’s current runners-up looked to be heading for all three points after Florian Kamberi’s inspired introduced saw him score an excellent volley before setting up Joe Aribo to score.

Gers centre-back Nikola Katic had some fault in both their conceded goals; ultimately hesitancy and a lack of strength handed the home side golden opportunities.

And fans are far from pleased with what they saw from him, here’s what has been said…

There were all sorts of words used to describe his showing, including “liability” and “nightmare” while one supporter went as far as claiming it was a “disasterclass” with another adding it was “woeful.”

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The 23-year-old has played 28 times for Rangers in all competitions so far this season, but after this latest showing, his place in the starting lineup must be at serious risk.

It appears as if supporters would like him nowhere near the squad going forward…

Some wanted him out of the starting XI whilst others wanted him gone completely – one fan went as far as saying that the only place for him at the moment was the reserves.

He was also described as “awful.”

A couple of further members of the Gers faithful were rueing the absence of crocked Swede Filip Helander with no time set on his return following a “rare injury.”

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