With the Rangers fans propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern having watched the increasingly unpopular Mark Warburton finally leave Ibrox a week or so ago, they’re in lighter spirits of late.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the managerial position right now, ‘Warbs’ was becoming an increasingly divisive figure for the Gers in the Tavern, so they believe the former Brentford coach’s departure will inevitably prove to be a good thing.
While, naturally, many names have been touted as potential replacements, reports from the Scottish Sun have raised a rather surprising name into that particular discussion.
Former Ibrox midfielder Kevin Muscat is understood to have emerged as a possible candidate for the Glasgow giants, following his good work in Australia with Melbourne Victory. The 43-year-old, who played under Alex McLeish during the treble-winning 2002-03 campaign, is believed to have earned rave reviews over the in the A-League for his work there.
Perhaps the former Millwall defender wouldn’t be the biggest name, though he does understand Scottish football it seems, something Warburton seemingly never got to grips with. For our punters, he’s emerging as someone they’d like to see given a chance.
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