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‘Boy’s On A Different Wavelength’ ‘Wasted Out Wide’ Fans On Twitter Call On Gerrard To Change Rangers Playmaker’s Position

‘Boy’s On A Different Wavelength’ ‘Wasted Out Wide’ Fans On Twitter Call On Gerrard To Change Rangers Playmaker’s Position

Rangers midfielder Ianis Hagi created the only goal of the game for Scott Arfield‘s opener against Livingston on Sunday, but the Romanian was played out of position by manager Steven Gerrard.

The Gers boss employed the 21-year-old on the right-hand side at the weekend, even though he prefers to play through the middle. Supporters on Twitter believe that Hagi would be better suited in the number 10 role:

It is a dilemma for Gerrard but Hagi’s positional change may be one worth considering when taking into account the team’s lack of creativity in recent weeks.

The Romanian international has been a livewire since arriving on loan from Genk in the January transfer window, and getting him into areas where he can be the most effective should be the priority.

Gerrard said he was looking to Hagi to add the extra “spark” to the Light Blues’ attack, but the only way he can do that if he is selected in a position where he can do the most damage.

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