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Rangers chief confirms managerial situation for ‘foreseeable future’

The Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern largely believe there’s so much more to come out in regards to the Mark Warburton saga, with the dear departed manager leaving Ibrox in the strangest of circumstances.

Though the Gers are in somewhat disarray right now, many of our locals believe the former Brentford coach’s leaving as the best thing that could have happened right now, as he cut a rather unpopular figure on the Ibrox touchline. Still, much of their conversation naturally centres around potential replacements for ‘Warbs’.

While Frank De Boer seems to be the most popular appointment, the Daily Record have revealed top brass up the marble staircase are ready to stick with caretaker boss Graeme Murty for the ‘foreseeable future’. The U20 coach steered the first-team to a win over Greenock Morton in the Scottish Cup and has reportedly been trying new tactical formations out with the senior group.

Obviously, the former Reading and Southampton defender isn’t exactly the most popular name in terms of a long-running role in the hot seat, though the reports have largely been understood by our punters. They hope Murty can steady the ship somewhat as those behind the scenes search for a long-term leader.

“We have a very capable interim manager in Graeme Murty, who has risen to the challenge fantastically well so far and we will run with that for the foreseeable future”, said managing director Stewart Robertson.

“We are also looking at a director of football role and that will be a key appointment for the structure of the club.”

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