Disappointing Draw at Ibrox
Rangers supporters were left underwhelmed following a 2-2 draw in a friendly match against Copenhagen, with the spotlight falling on Todd Cantwell’s lacklustre performance. Despite goals from Rabbi Matondo and Cyriel Dessers, the team’s inability to maintain a lead has sparked criticism from the fanbase.
Midfield Misery for Cantwell
Cantwell, usually seen as Rangers’ creative linchpin, faced a barrage of criticism for his performance on Tuesday night. Fans were quick to point out his ineffective ball handling and a perceived lack of ingenuity on the pitch. The 25-year-old’s early substitution in the 64th minute did little to quell the frustration.
Fans Call for Action
With the team struggling to carve out significant opportunities, the former Norwich player has become the focus of fan ire. Many have taken to social media to express their dissatisfaction, with some suggesting that manager Philippe Clement should consider dropping Cantwell from the starting lineup.
Social Media Reacts to Cantwell’s Form
Supporters did not hold back in their online commentary, with one fan describing Cantwell’s efforts as akin to “chasing shadows,” criticizing the team’s pressing tactics. Others lamented his tendency to lose possession and inability to adhere to Clement’s strategic directives. The consensus among fans is clear: Cantwell’s current form is not meeting expectations.
The Verdict on Cantwell’s Future
The growing sentiment among the Rangers faithful is one of frustration and concern over Cantwell’s future impact on the team. Following what many are calling an “awful” showing, the question remains whether Cantwell can turn his fortunes around or if his time in the starting eleven is drawing to a close.