Rangers’ four-game unbeaten run has come to an end following a shock loss at the weekend.
Steven Gerrard’s side were beaten 1-0 by Livingston, who achieved promotion to the Scottish Premiership just last season.
Dolly Menga caused the damage for the Gers as he scored in the 34th minute at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Rangers were unable to bounce back, and in truth, never really looked like they would find the breakthrough.
James Tavernier, who was awarded the captain’s armband by Gerrard in pre-season, has featured in all seven of the club’s league matches.
The 26-year-old has netted three goals so far, which takes his overall tally up to 31.
Unfortunately for the right-back he failed to impress at the weekend and, as a result, fans were quick to criticise.
Some suggested that the captaincy should be stripped from Tavernier, who has been part of the fold at Ibrox since 2015.
Others were just unhappy that he struggled to influence the fixture.
He’s average as a player, and yes I’d happily keep him at the club. But Rangers Captain material – absolutely not, he continuously goes hiding when the team aren’t at it, Big games at the piggery – he goes hiding, I’d be installing Scotty Arfield as the captain,Tav ain’t up to it
— KAS72 (@kevshenton) September 30, 2018
Never a captain. Never a defender.
— JJ Bird ? (@JJBRD_21) September 30, 2018
No suit no tie no standards
— Tom Allan (@TomAlla01881853) September 30, 2018
Talks a good game hides when in one. To think we have two good right footed players playing on the left (flannigan/Kent) to accommodate a non-tryer
— Tam Smib (@SmibTam) September 30, 2018
Doesn’t have the stature of a @RangersFC Captain.
— JaMiE P (@jambop45) September 30, 2018
Same old crap
— j (@JamiewoodJ) September 30, 2018
Would it be possible for our captain to manage an interview after losing a game, playing crap, without the chewing gum.
Gives the laconic impression of not giving two hoots.
— Cyberniv (@cyberniv) September 30, 2018
— Deplorable ? Drain the Liberalaus Lefty Cesspit (@melbourneminker) September 30, 2018