Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers won 4-2 on Saturday but the fans have called on one man to leave.
Niko Kranjcar's performance in Rangers' 4-2 win over Corinthians hasn't gone down well.
The Gers rounded off their Florida Cup commitments with a second successive friendly win over a Brazilian side, having beaten Atletico Mineiro on Friday morning.
Goals from Rodriguinho and Colin Kazim-Richards helped the South American giants into a comfortable 2-0 lead at half time.
But Graeme Murty rang the changes and a double from Alfredo Morelos, either side of Andy Halliday's equaliser, had the Gers 3-2 ahead, before James Tavernier sealed the good win.
Kranjcar was one of seven half-time changes made by Murty and the Ibrox side did seem to up their tempo when the 33-year-old playmaker left the field.
The former Croatia and Tottenham star is easily one of Rangers' biggest names but injuries and a lack of form has prevented him from showing his class during an 18-month stint in Glasgow.
And fans of the Scottish Premiership side believe that his performance against Corinthians was that of a man who should be sold.
No, kranjcar is finished, good player in his time but its time to hang the boots up now.— Foreverblue (@AlwaysRangerFc) January 13, 2018
Drop Kranjcar for ever please— AndrewTheBruce (@brucedaterrible) January 14, 2018
Dalcio & Kranjcar are awful— Luke Robertson. (@LukeRobertson70) January 13, 2018
What a second half this is— . (@macdonald1872) January 13, 2018
I’ll put it to the fact Kranjcar isn’t on the park anymore
Send Dalcio back and release Kranjcar— Steevie McKeitch (@steevie19) January 13, 2018
Hope Kranjcar never plays for us again— GersKH (@GersKH) January 13, 2018