With the Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern seemingly hell-bent on convincing each other that their own personal choice for a new manager is the best one, there certainly are some loud voices in our bar right now.
Indeed, with our local Light Blues locked in debate as to who should succeed the almost universally unpopular Pedro Caixinha in charge of the Gers, they really are looking ahead to what is hopefully a bright future for the club.
With that in mind, many of our resident Gers are pleased to read reports from the Scottish Sun suggesting those behind the scenes really are moving on from the Caixinha era. According to their report, Rangers last night verbally agreed a severance package with the Portuguese, despite reported claims from his agent suggesting that wasn’t the case.
It’s claimed the agreement will be signed once his agent – Nuno Bastia – is free from other business.
Now, Rangers can move on from one of the most embarrassing reigns in their history and cut all ties with the 46-year-old in their hunt for a new manager.
With Caixinha now completely out of the equation, Rangers must find a man who isn’t scared of the challenge. The new boss really needs to understand the club and what it means to people, not just viewing it as a stepping stone to a bigger European league.