Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern are getting merry on ale, hoping for better times ahead at Ibrox after a chaotic few weeks.
The Mark Warburton debacle has seen Graeme Murty take the hot seat on a caretaker basis but few expect the former Reading defender to still be in charge at the start of next season – especially considering he’s won just two of his four games at the helm.
One man well in the mix to take the role permanently is Alex McLeish, who won two top flight titles and two Scottish Cups during his first stint in charge of the Glasgow giants.
In fact The Daily Record’s Jonathan McFlarlane believes Rangers must appoint the 58-year-old as soon as possible, or else run the risk of finishing third in the Scottish Premiership this season.
But if McLeish were to take the job now, there are several issues he’d have to address immediately at Ibrox. We look at the two biggest problems he must solve.
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