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TikTok Cantwell trolls Ibrox fans with quickly deleted Insta story

Todd Cantwell has returned to his happy place but has quickly deleted then reposted an image from Saturday’s 3-3 draw away to Hibs.

Having crumbled in the run in to the SPFL Premiership title not many Ibrox fans were in the mood for celebrating anything related to Saturday’s dead rubber. But not Cantwell.

The former Norwich starlet spends every free moment pining for approval and acclaim, self awareness doesn’t register.

Away to Hearts while 60,000 were partying at Celtic Park he put his side in front after Hearts had led at half-time.

Any streetwise professional would have accepted a handshake from team-mates and made their way back into their own half for the restart. Cantwell decided to milk the moment, celebrating in front of the 500 away fans and gesturing at the angry Jambos shouting abuse his way.

Tonight, more than 48 hours after the final whistle, Cantwell put a story on Instagram with a shushburger please message on top of his goal celebration.

The hostile reaction resulted in the image quickly being deleted, undeterred TikTok soon had it back on show for his admirers without the caption.

Phil Clement is almost in a lose-lose situation with his team selection for Saturday’s Scottish Cup Final with the choice looking like Cantwell or John Lundstram. Nicky Raskin, Mohamed Diomanse and Dujon Sterling are the other midfield options.

Even the Gullible & Deluded are starting to see through the posturing of Cantwell, described as a cardboard hardman on Radio Scotland on Saturday by John Lundstrum.

Finding form when the SPFL title race is over seems to be a theme, a year ago Ibrox fans were looking forward to the summer transfer window based on the brilliant January signings of Cantwell and Raskin.

Clement appears to have no interest in his the petulant midfielder, in one of his first matches in charge the former Norwich starlet was substituted after 47 minutes at home to Cypriot no-marks ARIS Limassol.

Two weeks ago Cantwell posted that a bird can’t fly in a cage, a few days later the former Canary watched Celtic win the Derby from the bench with Ros McCausland, Raskin, Scott Wright and Kemar Roofe sent on to try and save the match.

With James Tavernier being slaughtered on social media by loyal bears and rumours that Alex Rae won’t be part of next season’s coaching team the last thing that Clement needs is more childish outbursts from Cantwell on Instagram.

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