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Rangers: Fans react to Giovanni van Bronckhorst report

Rangers: Fans react to Giovanni van Bronckhorst report -Rangers News

Rangers fans on Twitter have been reacting to a report from The 4th Official that the appointment of Giovanni van Bronckhorst as manager is now imminent. 

The outlet claimed ‘really really positive’ talks were held between the Dutchman and the club on Saturday.

As of Monday evening, an announcement within 24-48 hours seemed very possible, according to their sources.

GVB a fan favourite

Van Bronckhorst has emerged as supporters’ ‘clear’ no. 1 choice for the role in the days following the departure of Steven Gerrard, according to The Daily Record.

He spent three years at Rangers as a player, joining from Feyenoord in 1998 in a £6.75million deal. And during that time, he helped the Gers to win back-to-back Scottish titles.

Later in his career, the left-back would lift the Premier League, Champions League and La Liga trophies.

If indeed Van Bronckhorst is to be appointed, his first game in charge is set to be Sunday’s Scottish League Cup semifinal against Hibernian at Hampden Park.

Winning could set-up a potential showpiece against arch-rivals Celtic, who face St Johnstone in the other semi.

These Rangers fans excited by GVB news

“We’ve not even been managerless for a week, the fact we’ve already interviewed and look set to hire someone is remarkable. Especially when you consider how we used to do things”

Credit: @garryhood1872

“He’s coming home”

Credit: @NickyTay55

“Buzzing like an auld fridge here… Time to bring out the oranges”

Credit: @BillyMckie3

“Just seen an orange on a table at glasgow airport. IT’S HAPPENING TROOPS”

Credit: @big74davy

“here we go”

Credit: @kyleshort_

“Oh well, good to see that Ross Wilson & The Board saw my tweet earlier today & acted”

Credit: @StorrieBill

In other news, fans were buzzing over this international development.


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