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25 Feb 2017 22:59:11
Ross Wilson to become new director of football Monday - working with murty till the end of season and then de boer to come in on a permanent basis in the summer.
1.) 26 Feb 2017 00:31:30
Hopefully but need an intern boss now asap
2.) 26 Feb 2017 00:57:09
aye right murtys out of his depth get alex in
3.) 26 Feb 2017 03:13:30
De boer ruled himself out
4.) 26 Feb 2017 07:29:17
Davie he ruled himself out the Leicester job
5.) 26 Feb 2017 10:00:16
De boer has ruled himself out of every job
Atleast to the summer anyway . After the collapse at inter
6.) 26 Feb 2017 10:06:13
Davie1980 check your facts .
7.) 26 Feb 2017 10:08:52
I would definitely take Ross Wilson but we need to put Murty out of his misery and get him back to his normal position
It's going to be an interesting end to the season
I want to see how many of these players can show the hunger and appetite to play for the club
Over the last few months all I have seen is gutless cowards with no fight.
I keep expecting a reaction to the previous games performance/ result but it never comes it just gets worse
On this form we are likely heading into one of the biggest defeats we will likely have see against that crowd
I think we need a new manager (even interim) this week so we can have a change of direction and reaction before the old firm game
8.) 26 Feb 2017 09:36:06
Ross wilson would be a good appointment as our new DOF but paul mitchell of spurs, IMHO would be better! He's always been my no.1 choice!
9.) 26 Feb 2017 10:10:09
It's supposed to be Martin Yol getting the DOF job on Monday, well that's what someone else says on here
10.) 26 Feb 2017 19:32:25
Coincidence? Barry to come in and take team with Murty till end of season then become No2 to FDB and Wilson DOF?
17 Feb 2017 20:12:48
Just watched van bronkhorst pick his best 11 - no Rangers players but if you played with arsenal barcelona and holland don't suppose there would be.
Just a rumour I heard but Gio for head coach!
1.) 17 Feb 2017 20:25:03
Here's a rumour I heard RfcChris, any ex player for Rangers or any manager who mentions Rangers will take over in the dugout, any millionaire who mentions Rangers will invest heavily, any teams sponsors we play in a friendly will throw money at us!
2.) 17 Feb 2017 20:27:16
I have heard Louis Van Gaal is interested in the DOF with Frank De Boer as Head Coach. Daley Blind will be his first signing. you heard it here first!
3.) 17 Feb 2017 20:44:02
Top rumour mate - one of the best but we can only dream.
4.) 17 Feb 2017 21:40:17
Hahaha aye nae bother Daley blind? He's worth at least 10 million? These rumours are great man haha . stupid people actually believe this excrement
5.) 17 Feb 2017 22:27:09
Ha Ha are you supercooper in disguise? thought only he came out with single fish like that
6.) 18 Feb 2017 08:43:35
Absolute nonsense. lol
7.) 18 Feb 2017 10:32:01
if DOF is director of finance then why do we need that? we have no effin finance haha
8.) 18 Feb 2017 13:59:12
I would hope my club stop mucking around and go and appoint billy davies as our manager, at least until the end of the season! I'm pretty certain that the results would change very much, in our favour, if wee billy was at the helm! He's a terrific coach and motivator, nobody can truly deny that! His record in the english championship, speaks for itself! MR. GOSMAN, or is it gooseman? I've truly lost count of how much single fish you've come away with on these pages my friend! Check back your posts, or maybe not, as it probably would be too embarrassing for you!
9.) 18 Feb 2017 14:47:40
Come on Gosman! He got the ohalloran one right, surely that allows him to spout tripe from his 'sources' everyday since!
10.) 18 Feb 2017 16:25:06
Supercooper: I actually agree with you.
11.) 18 Feb 2017 19:59:47
Appointing Billy Davies to any position within the club is probably the worst thing that Rangers could ever do.
12.) 19 Feb 2017 13:49:57
it's Tommy Wright from St Johnstone to be next manager will be confirmed this week
any thoughts and what budget will he be given?
13.) 19 Feb 2017 21:47:49
Spot on wee ecky anyone who thinks Billy Davies is the answer has lost the plot not worked for 3 years sacked off and fell out with most chairmen he's worked for aye he sounds a right good man to have at the club
20 Jan 2017 08:53:07
Listening to warbs press conference it sounds like we are going back to the 433 when wallace returns. He talked about toral and hayman being confortable playing in that system. I think halliday is filling in for rossiter and will become more of a squad player in future.
1.) 20 Jan 2017 09:38:45
I hope so, because Halliday has been absolute dung so far this season
2.) 20 Jan 2017 09:56:46
I agree although I see no point in having Toral and Hyndman in the team if we are going to lose them in the summer unless we have an agreement in place to extend their loan into next season based on performance. The sooner Rossiter is back and up to speed he better all I have heard for the last couple of month is "7-10 days".
3.) 20 Jan 2017 13:20:29
Sorry Hanni I disagreed with you on holiday Dung has it uses as for Mr halliday !
4.) 20 Jan 2017 14:24:50
Why is there no point in playing them just because we might not keep them?
Us finishing 2nd in this league is not a formality we still need to achieve it and if Toral and Hyndman are better than what we currently have (which wouldn't take much) then of course they should play.
When they return in the summer having hopefully secured 2nd and Europa entry we then attempt to make a move for permanent players of an improved standard again.
We are shopping in the Bosman market and there are very little of these players available in this window, hence using loans, which if successful also improves our relationship with their parent clubs.
5.) 21 Jan 2017 17:06:57
Today proved that we need to use our loanees because Holt just is not good enough.
11 Mar 2017 10:14:02
Should murty not be offered the job if we beat them!?
Not really convinced with this new portugeus manager - not an impressive cv at all but like all managers i will give him time!
1.) 11 Mar 2017 11:56:42
The guy has the job so murty will be going back to his previous job l
2.) 11 Mar 2017 16:00:18
Should he be sacked if we get beat then?
3.) 12 Mar 2017 12:09:48
Murty has handled himself well. He is by his own admission out of his depth. He deserves full credit and those who have agreed to your post for him being sacked if we get beat are an absolute disgrace.
04 Mar 2017 14:24:56
We don't need a new manager just get a director of football to work with murty till end of season! It has been a long time since I've seen such a display from Rangers! Loved every minute of that. Defending was first class. We looked dangerous in attack and scored 6 goals. The players are playing for murty let him guide the team until the end of the season.
1.) 04 Mar 2017 14:37:46
Certainly a better performance today, and a clean sheet. Next week will take care of itself, but hopefully after today's result, the team will start putting in better performances, and finish the season on a relative high. Not going to get carried away after one game though. Foderingham and Garner were lucky to stay on.
2.) 04 Mar 2017 14:43:25
It's not going to happen, murty will be replaced possibly Monday.
3.) 04 Mar 2017 17:01:23
A lot of the credit for the improvement has to go to Murty. He has the players fighting to secure results, there is a lot more team spirit and togetherness and slowly but surely the team is coming together.
He has also seems to be happy to drop players that are not performing and the removal of Halliday is having a major positive effect on the team.
Encouraging to see improved performances from a number of players.
4.) 04 Mar 2017 19:47:42
Agreed Murty needs to be given a shout. Team was a mess before. He has galvanised and with the 'secret advisor' in the go gor it. Give us time to get DOF in and proper planning. Pedro seems like a gamble. Canna afford that
03 Mar 2017 20:31:16
Im not convinced the portugues guy is going to be the new manager! don't think gary monk or gary rowett either - I think we might end up sticking with murty and then evaluating at end of season.
1.) 03 Mar 2017 22:10:37
No one's convinced mate.
But that's what's so intriguing don't you think?
Really can't be underwhelmed, like most would be if we appointed the likes of Tommy Wright, Alex McLeish.
Can't get too excited, like most would be with Frank De Boer, Gary Monk.
It's the perfect middle. His appointment paired with Ross Wilson as DOF should be interesting.
Personally on a scale of 1-10 in terms of excitement and anticipation, I'm on about an 8.
He's managed in a few different countries, that would give him a decent knowledge of players who most would say are more in our price brackets, as opposed to the previous regimes knowledge of England's 2nd and 3rd tier.
Plus, instead of loan deals from Wenger and Pochettino, we'll get deals from Jose and Man Utd.
It's a win, win in all departments as far as I'm concerned.
2.) 03 Mar 2017 22:17:28
Certainly don't think Monk will leave Leeds as they are currently in the top six in the Championship and hopefully will be involved in the playoffs.
If the board are unable to appoint a manager on a permanent basis meantime then it might be better evaluating at the end of the season.
Mcleish on an interim basis and Murty as No2 might be the short term answer.
3.) 04 Mar 2017 01:06:47
Can't believe we're getting excited about a fella we were targeting for a second in command a season or so ago hope Iam wrong but this is a potential disaster what's wrong with a steadying hand like big eck for a season or two?
4.) 04 Mar 2017 08:19:37
There is a reason big Eck has not had a job in years. He isn't very good, simple as that. I don't understand the fixation with him coming in, it's a step backwards in my opinion.
5.) 04 Mar 2017 12:33:33
It's between pedro or mcleish I think
6.) 04 Mar 2017 12:08:09
Fellow bears, let's get right behind pedro caixinha, as it very much looks a shoe in, that the portuguese manager is going to be our new head coach! If it is caixinha, then i welcome him into the glasgow rangers family!
7.) 04 Mar 2017 13:52:31
Not true, Leven Lad. Harry Redknapp is out of work. he's a great manager!
24 Feb 2017 07:52:57
What about Rino Gattuso as next manager? He would instil the fighting qualitys that we need! I think he is currently managing Pisa in Italy but for a chance to manage the famous Glasgow Rangers could be worth a shot!
23 Feb 2017 12:09:08
Imo I think what Martin O'Neil said about this Rangers team is spot on! This is the poorest Rangers team possibly ever. Full of rejects and injury prone duds these guys would not have got on our bench in past teams but now our squad is filled with them. Also football has changed its all about being hard to break down defensively then being clinical on the counter that should be our new mantra not pass the ball to death and not win games!
1.) 23 Feb 2017 12:31:37
O'Neill's no fool. This team would lose out to Ally's who at the very least were prepared to put in tackles and take the knocks.
2.) 23 Feb 2017 13:37:48
Be realistic, poor as we are, we are better than when McCoist was in charge. He couldn't win the championship.
3.) 23 Feb 2017 14:44:04
Cuillin72 - would love to agree with you, but in the last few months we have went backwards - -other teams are licking their lips at the thought of 'having a go' at this bunch of duds. I think Ally's lot, bad though they were, would have fancied their chances.
4.) 23 Feb 2017 15:30:48
O'Neill is correct in what he says. McCoist's teams lacked coaching and management but against premier league opposition I suspect they would have shown more fight and more guile than the current bunch. We are seriously in need of at least four top class players, with that level of skill in the team we might see better performances from some of the others. Much as I liked Warburton's passing style he really turned our team into a bunch of 'softies' with no aggression, no team spirit and no fight! He took away the mentality that is needed to play for rangers!
5.) 23 Feb 2017 17:13:32
Warburton's Rangers at least knocked Celtic out of the Cup less than a year ago with a bit of panache too.
Does anybody remember the 'fight' in Rangers when we faced Celtic the year before?
Ok, Ally walked just beforehand as he didn't have the fight himself to take on Celtic and technically it was Kenny MacDowall's side but it was still Ally's players and I don't remember any fight, any shots at goal and Lee McCulloch laughing and joking with Scott Brown as they walked off the pitch at half time.
We are undoubtedly a much better team than we were then.
6.) 24 Feb 2017 13:10:12
Complete nonsense about this team would lose out to mccoist. His team couldn't get out of the championship and got humiliated against motherwell in play offs. A decent tactical manager could get this team to 2nd easily.
7.) 24 Feb 2017 14:00:47
Aye this team would have beaten Ally's team no problem. I think we have some good players throughout the squad. A few changes and additions and the right man in charge would make a helluva difference, I'm certain of it.
16 Jun 2016 22:49:41
Still rubbish odds 7/ 2.
19 Feb 2017 11:06:32
The first step for him is admitting it!
12 Feb 2017 12:02:38
I agreed with everything except mike ashleigh taking control! That would be a disaster also i beleive he isn't allowed a controlling stake because he owns newcastle
25 Jan 2017 22:44:08
Every club in the premiership and championship and in every major league in the world deploy scouts everywhere - they can offer more money a better quality league, playing with and against better players. that's why we have to take risks with injury prone, free transfers or loans or players deemed not good enough anymore.
15 Jan 2017 11:12:49
I would think the natural progression for both players is to become part of our coaching staff when they hang up there boots - to be fair to kenny he loves a goal against celtic and hill is an excellent communicator/ organiser of the back line just like sir davie weir he could play until he's 40
11 Jan 2017 20:18:40
Hourihane supports them and his favourite player is Roy Keane. He won't be joining us.