Glasgow Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has expressed his disappointment with the way his side’s season finished last Saturday.
Foderingham played in goal as Rangers lost in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park against Hibernian.
Mark Warburton’s side had been looking to complete the domestic treble and bring European football back to Ibrox, but they were unable to get over the line against Hibs.
Alan Stubbs’ side managed to pick up a 3-2 win, ending a 114 year wait for Hibs fans to see their team win the Scottish Cup.
The wild celebrations at the end showed just how much it meant to Hibs fans to their side win the competition, but Foderingham felt that they went over the line.
Hibs fans invaded the Hampden Park pitch and were alleged to have confronted a number of Rangers players, and Foderingham has called for action to be taken.
Still getting over the disappointment of Saturday! A bad end to what has been a great season for the club. We go again in 4 weeks... 1/3— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) May 24, 2016
Massive thank you for the outstanding support this season... It has been a pleasure to play in front of such special fans this year 2/3— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) May 24, 2016
As for the disgraceful scenes after the game I for one think action must be taken! No player should have to evade attack on the pitch 3/3— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) May 24, 2016
Despite his latest tweets, Foderingham could look back on his first season at Rangers with a great deal of pride.
The former Swindon Town stopper made 50 appearances for the Light Blues in all competitions, and he played a key part as Rangers won the double.