Rangers captain James Tavernier is ‘disappointed’

Rangers captain James Tavernier is ‘disappointed’
DUMBARTON, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 20: Rangers captain James Tavernier is seen prior to the Dumbarton v Rangers - Scottish Cup at Dumbarton Football Stadium on January 20, 2024 in Dumbarton, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

In more quotes probably designed to annoy Rangers fans, Rangers captain James Tavernier has expressed his ‘disappointment’ at the result on Sunday.

In yet another example of his poor captaincy, the wearer of the armband spoke to Rangers mouthpiece the Rangers Review/Evening Times, and expressed how disappointed he was.

He said, disappointedly:

“If you concede three goals you’re always asking for a tough game. I thought defensively, conceding those three goals in the second half was really poor. It’s a very disappointing performance from everybody. But there’s six games to play and we’ll obviously be fully focused on Wednesday now.”

Then he went on, even more disappointingly:

“The gaffer warned us and we didn’t respond. We started really poorly in the second-half. But the game is done, we’re obviously disappointed that we’ve dropped the points.”

And then to truly make the disappointment truly count he said:

“We always look at it game by game and obviously, this game is really disappointing. We’ve got to put it behind us now, we’ll look back on it and show how we can improve.”

But he wasn’t done there. There was more disappointment in reserve:

“Today’s obviously really disappointing. It was the performance levels that were really poor and we’ve got to hold our hands up as a team and really give a performance that we all put in during the week and give the fans a performance but it wasn’t there today.”

Just as long as you were disappointed, James.

We very much share your disappointment as Rangers fans, and would like to express our disappointment as vocally as possible.

We’re sorry if that disappoints you.

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