It’s fair to say the Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern don’t quite know where the heads are right now after a confusing few days for the club, having seen manager Mark Warburton depart in the most confusing of circumstances.
Still, as frantic as the last few days have been at Ibrox, the former Brentford coach wasn’t exactly most popular figure for our resident Gers and they believe the fact he’s left Glasgow for good isn’t much to cry about. For some people anyway.
With quotes sourced by the Glasgow Evening Times, veteran defender Clint Hill has expressed his sadness to see the man who brought him north of the border in the first place leave so early on.
Eyebrows were raised when the 38-year-old was signed from QPR over the course of the summer, though Hill has largely proved to be one of few signings to have worked out under the regime of Warburton and Frank McParland, adapting to life in the SPFL rather well indeed.
“I’m obviously disappointed to see Mark go. He brought me into the club and I’ve got to thank him for that”, he told Sky Sports via the GET.
“Unfortunately, that’s football and we wish him all the best in the future career that he’ll have. I’m sure he’ll go on to be a success somewhere else as well.
“It’s been difficult. It kind of sprung on everybody Friday evening. Now we’ve lost our gaffer. Obviously Graeme’s come in and has done a great job today getting us together.”
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