The Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern are growing increasingly frustrated with their club’s failure to appoint a new manager.
The future remains uncertain with speculation continuing to persist over who will undertake the managerial hot-seat at Ibrox. Since Pedro Caixinha was sacked in October, Rangers have endured a mixed bag of results under Graeme Murty who has taken temporary charge at the club. Murty enjoyed a decent beginning to the campaign with 2 wins from his opening 2 fixtures, but both of his last two fixtures have ended in disappointing defeats.
With every passing day the frustration of the supporters appears to increase in intensity, and the club’s latest Twitter post has done little to tame the feelings of the passionate Gers.
Ahead of their midweek fixture against Derek McInnes Aberdeen side, the Rangers page posted a tweet confirming that a 360 degree photo will be taken of the supporters during the match.
A high resolution picture of the stadium will be taken during the first half of the Aberdeen match on Wednesday. #RangersLoyal
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) November 27, 2017
But the post gained little by way of genuine interest concerning the photo as the fans continue to remain in pessimistic mood about the club’s future.
It appears that the fans will continue to criticise the club at every available opportunity until the managerial situation has been clarified.
Here’s how the supporters responded to the club post…
P.s that photo's gawny look amazing, everyone sitting there dour faced because this board have no clue what they're doing and still haven't picked any ideal candidates. The photo might even catch Murty headstanding in pure frustration.
— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) November 27, 2017
Just as well the pictures being taken in the 1st half
Think of all the empty seats in the 2nd half when Aberdeen are winning by 3 goals
— sevendown3togo (@sixfown4togo) November 27, 2017
Have you not more important things than this to be concentrating on,teams a joke at the mo and we will get pumped Wednesday
— Gary (@mrmissm) November 27, 2017
The blue sea of Ibrox shall be at low tide for the foreseeable future.
— Kneel Doncaster (@IncubatorMan) November 28, 2017
Better give us something to smile about then eh !!!!!!
— Gavin Adams (@gaviscon1987) November 27, 2017