Nnamdi Ofoborh signed for Rangers in the January transfer window before being loaned to Wycombe Wanderers for the remainder of the campaign. 

On paper, this made sense as Rangers have no real need for Ofoborh at the moment and he spent last season with Wycombe so he should know the club well.

Unfortunately, this move has not gone well for Ofoborh and we pointed out a few months ago that his performances have been concerning. 

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However, things have got worse for the midfielder as he hasn’t featured in Wycombe’s last three matchday squads.

Before that he was only making brief cameo appearances off the bench but at least he was playing.

Now Ofoborh is nowhere to be seen and we have had no explanation over why our new signing can’t even make a nine-man bench.

This is incredibly concerning as we said a few months ago that the signing of Ofoborh may be a mistake, it looks like we may have been right.

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You’d think that if Rangers decided they wanted a player then they’d be good enough to make the bench of a Championship side at the very least.

We’re going to be playing Champions League football next season and while it was always unlikely that Ofoborh would be a regular starter at Ibrox, do we even want him as back up if he’s not good enough for the Championship?

We’ll not see exactly what Ofoborh is made of until next season but the fact his former teammate Jack Simpson has struggled to get game time following his January move does not bode well.

Both players signed for us from Bournemouth in January but Simpson remained at Rangers and he has only made two appearances in all competitions.

He’s not impressed but in fairness, we haven’t seen much of him.

The same goes for Ofoborh but there is no denying that from the outside looking in, his recent omissions suggest that we have made a huge error in signing him.

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