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Derek McInnes is strong favourite to return to Ibrox as boss. Maybe the right man is already in place tho, should Graeme Murty be given a go at it?

Other names include McLeish, and  Gattuso amongst an ever growing list.

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That last manager was a complete farce, he was trusted with what little money Rangers has and he bought a bunch of jokes. 

I bet Bruno Alves is on a high wage for Rangers current situation. 

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5 minutes ago, Negan said:

McLeish is Rangers through and through.

He knows what is expected at the club.

As a defensively minded manager he will build from the back.

He has the experience to get them back on track as Scotland's most successful ever club.

Blimey that must have gave you an headache, tho at least you gave a decent reason for your other usual crappy pointless 1 word post.

I think maybe have been out of the Scottish game too long. Also last few years he has a shite record.

Personally I think Rangers could do worse, I also think they could do a lot better. Murty has shades of Sir Walter Smith written all over him. give him a go short term, see how it goes. The league has gone anyhow, (realistically).

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16 minutes ago, superally said:

Sir Walter Smith 2nd favourite now. If there is a god, this will happen.

Can't see him going their for a 3rd time

Daft as it sounds they should look at Big Sam

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7 minutes ago, redblood said:

Can't see him going their for a 3rd time

Daft as it sounds they should look at Big Sam

Agree, he has said he has retired permanently, tho somewhere  something must have been said, or overheard for him to suddenly become 2nd favourite.

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Personally I don't think Murty will get the job on a permanent basis. He is basically a youth coach who has twice been thrown in at the deep end. We need someone with experience and a very good knowledge of Scottish football first and foremost and that was why my initial hope was that McInnes would be offered the job as he has done well up here. However for whatever reason he hasn't been approached by Rangers (as far as we know) and the club have basically shut down communication, especially with the fans, on that subject. Nobody outwith the club knows what is happening. Last name thrown into the hat is Frank de Boer. Rangers have to establish themselves again in Scotland & seriously challenging Celtic before even thinking about Europe. In fact they will have to challenge Aberdeen & Hibs to secure 2nd place.

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If Rangers feel they can get 2nd or 3rd placer with Murty in Charge then they should keep him until the end of the season. Better managers will be available then and more likely to take on the role with a full summer to get in players and get a team together. 

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9 minutes ago, Haggis-Baws said:

If Rangers feel they can get 2nd or 3rd placer with Murty in Charge then they should keep him until the end of the season. Better managers will be available then and more likely to take on the role with a full summer to get in players and get a team together. 

At the start of the season I was 'reasonably' confident that they could challenge for 2nd but as it has progressed the confidence is waning. The recent Hearts & Partick games gave a wee bit of hope that a corner had been turned but back to earth with a bump against Hamilton     at fucking IBROX too. Murty aint the answer imo. He is a youth coach.

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