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27 Feb 2017 01:39:28
Wilson and Pardew/ Sherwood are the imminent arrivals.

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27 Feb 2017 02:28:34
Forsake u on the swally

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27 Feb 2017 03:56:13
I'll take some of what that guys been taking

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27 Feb 2017 10:28:51
So Barry ferguson is jumped in to 2nd fav with the bookies
Do thay no something Wee don't

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26 Feb 2017 10:47:13
Sun sportswriter andy (chubby) devlin was reporting this morning that rangers will name their new DOF by the end of the week. The 3 in the frame are ross wilson, paul mitchell and stuart webber! Devlin also states that, rangers directors have shortlisted our candidates, for the new manager position down to 3.The announcement on that should be the following week!

According to devlin, the 3 managers in the running, are 2 managers currently employed at a club, while the other candidate is not currently at a club and seen as more of a gamble! That would almost certainly rule out frank de boer as far as i'm concerned, because you couldn't consider de boer as a gamble, and he's not currently in employment, that rules him out on both counts!

The rumours and identity of the 3 candidates are as follows! Garry monk (leeds utd), david wagner (huddersfield town) and gary rowett (currently no club)! what's our thoughts here fellow bears? Also ED, who's opinions i like and respect, what's your take mate?

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26 Feb 2017 10:55:16
He's spot on then in terms of the type of manager we need .
Monk, Rowett and Wagner have been my 3 favourite choices so that would really excite me and I think the fans.
Of course Monk and Wagner wouldn't make a decision till end of the season as both in potential promotion to PL so Rowett would be the risky choice although lots of potential but less experience.

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26 Feb 2017 10:55:48
I'd be happy with wagner

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26 Feb 2017 11:00:54
Well a no to all 3 managers there from me because they won't be up to it and couldn't care less a about a director of football because it's a made up job in my mind and we shouldn't be wasting a wage on a position like that and just concentrate on getting a new manager in full time now. And no TOMUSA, not John Terry as player manager!

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26 Feb 2017 11:07:15
Wagner? Richard Wagner might be better and he's deid! What happened to a high profile appointment? Right now, I'd go for Billy Davies until the end of the season at least and get wee Barry Ferguson in to assist him. Not too fussed about DOF and don't know enough about the alleged short-listed candidates.

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26 Feb 2017 11:25:50
Still need a short term though.

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26 Feb 2017 11:30:16
Have the board not learned anything? They employed a manager from the English Championship MW and see where that has ended up - a team full of championship players that are not capable or worthy of the challenge, playing for rangers and the managers that are named are no better than championship, so what's the point in bringing in one of them?

tried and tested of the Scottish game and also a knowledge of what is required from a player and manager is what is required.

Celtic were in the same position last season and they got a manager that knew what their club was about, and what the fans were wanting to see on the park from a player. Dave King you need to get a manager with some sort of connection to this club or at least Scotland.

Another failed season under an English championship manager is the wrong choice, the season ticket renewal will be a reflection on who is in charge for next season and Garry monk, Wagner and Gary Howlet is not a reason to re-new season tickets.

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26 Feb 2017 12:08:35
I've heard it could be Ross Wilson as D. O. F
Barry Ferguson as 1st team coach

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26 Feb 2017 12:41:44
Doiger

Webber is DOF at Huddersfield and Wagner is the manager and they are currently in 3rd position in the Championship.
We are never going to get a high profile appointment unless we get major investment.

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26 Feb 2017 13:19:29
Rodgers had no previous experience of Scottish Football but he did have considerable experience as a top quality manager. In terms of knowing what the Club was all about I guess you could argue that given where he came from he had a good understanding of that. Rangers are high profile, they are known worldwide, any manager coming in knows that we expect to win championships. They will also be well aware of the traditions of the Club.
If we secure Wilson or Mitchell as Director of Football we will by all accounts have secured one of the best in football and for me Mitchell would be the preferred candidate.
In terms of manager I most definitely don't want Billy Davies, he has far too much baggage given his association with Sheridan and at the end of the day we need a manager that warrants respect not one that associates with scum.

In terms of who the managers are that we are interested in it is all guess work and if we serious about getting a high profile appointment then we will need serious funds for investment.

There are a few managers that are out of a job just now including Ranieri and at the end of the season there could be more! It is all guesswork and could even be an overseas manager that is at the end of their contract.

The only thing that worries me about all of this is that at present we are in freefloww in a downward spiral and Murty is out of his depth.

We will not secure a top three finish with him in control and that is no disrespect to the guy!

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26 Feb 2017 13:35:38
A lot of people on here absolutely deluded and small time - moaning about the rumours which they all are and suggesting someone like billy Davies is a good idea ? I think he's a joke and old school and Why does it have to be someone with rangers connection I think it's nonesense - name any club in the world who thinks this way - so smalll minded - if it's not a Rangers connection doesn't mean they aren't up for the job - MW didn't work it but let the board make the appointments I'm sure they will get it right this time - DOF is a good way to go -they are trying something different and should be admired especially if they get Ross Wilson or the ex Spurs chap - whoever they appoint not everyone is going to be happy but some of the reasons on here for not going for a Gary Monk or a Wagner is clueless - these are both very highly rated managers and would be a coup - the club is not what it was we need to face facts -

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26 Feb 2017 14:15:53
Utter crap Wagner or monk won't leave there teams to come to rangers. Behave yourselfs

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26 Feb 2017 16:06:04
Derek Mcinnes is surely on the shortlist.

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26 Feb 2017 16:15:31
Bears. while the vast majority of us would love FDB i think its unlikely. i'd happily take Tommy Wright. he knows scottish game very well and to win scottish cup with ST J is outstanding. Either DOF from spurs or southampton be great. Ps Stewart Robertson has cancelled planned meeting with Club 1872 on monday. hopefully because he's announcing new DOF. rescheduled meeting on wed 1 March.

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26 Feb 2017 16:14:44
The candidate who is a gamble is Barry Ferguson.

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26 Feb 2017 16:20:05
We deserve better than the 3 mentioned. shows a lack of ambition . like our players second rate and not good enough

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26 Feb 2017 16:25:54
Please God no, unless only an interim

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26 Feb 2017 16:27:38
Stungun100,if you're telling me that garry monk and david wagner wouldn't be good appointments, for us, under a DOF, then IMO you need to go and think long and hard about the ability in football managers/ head coaches! Monk would be a tremendous appointment for us! So would wagner!

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26 Feb 2017 16:17:39
Wagner for me, his he German/ American

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26 Feb 2017 16:22:07
in my opinion king and other board members will get a good director of football with knoledge of players from numerous countries if the apoint wilson
but they need to back him and the new manager with investment in the scouting department and funds to buy players and not a squad full of freebies
the 3 managers above i would take garry monk but in my opnion king ect should be pulling out all the stops to get frank deboer in he nos the club and has a wealth of contacts in the game backed witb funds him and wilson would be a good pairing

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26 Feb 2017 16:28:24
Garry monk - Leeds. 4th in Championship have a great chance of going to EPL. Why would he come to the SPL. Same fir Huddersfield manager. Wont happen. Celtic and Rangers would sell their grannies to get into the Championship never mind the EPL. those boys ate not coming. Now Gary Howlet would be a decent appointment apart from the fact thst you are managing the old firm and i don't think any manager coming up here gets the pressure of managing Celtic or Rangers.

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26 Feb 2017 16:28:51
He does not need to be Rangers connection but needs to understand what is required and what the fans want and what is expected from managing Rangers . If they are looking at championship managers surly the correct man would then be Alex Rae. He has plenty experience now managing in Scotland and now in England, he knows what would be acceptable in performance and would know the type of player ie correct mentality and ability to play for angers, does not have to be a million pound player to have correct attributes, he is also a young coach with lots going for him

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26 Feb 2017 16:33:24
I disagree with you Espekay! Whichever manager doesn't get promoted between garry monk and david wagner, they could possibly come to rangers! I certainly think there would be a good chance!

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26 Feb 2017 18:21:15
For me the board has to push the boat and get Frank de Boer if we have any chance of challenging them next season. We need to broaden our scouting network beyond English lower leagues. There is some gems to picked up abroad and if we have a manager like de Boer then that can only be a good thing for attracting these guys.

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26 Feb 2017 19:38:49
Some folk on here are deluded . let me spell it out there is no way Monk or Wagner would leave a team challenging for the Pemier League to come to us. total madness. Gary Rowett maybe, McLeish maybe, McInnes possibly, but stop this nonsense about Monk he's out of our league at present.

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26 Feb 2017 20:08:41
Could be Fergie as interim manager but moving to number 2 when new manager appointed at end of season. If that's the case then the new manager cannot have a previous connection with Rangers.

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26 Feb 2017 23:36:13
Briggsbear is spot on with de boer I think he has to be the main target if not tho I'd take monk, pargew, even jol people of that standerd who have managed at a high level not mediocre McGinnis wright rowett or Davis!

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27 Feb 2017 00:35:35
supercoopereleven none of these mangers have worked under a must win pressure environment and 2nd will not do. They are good coaches in there own right and working in the championship where on any given day anyone can beat anyone, but there is a world of difference and Mark Warburton has proved this to be true as he could not handle the step up from managing in the English championship to manager of rangers, every interview he was always going on about the pressure to get results and the demands of being manager of rangers, so replacing one for an other makes no sense in my opinion which I am entitled too aswell

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27 Feb 2017 02:24:00
we need a good manager doesn't always have to be high profile name as long as he's good at his job.

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25 Feb 2017 22:59:11
Ross Wilson to become new director of football Monday - working with murty till the end of season and then de boer to come in on a permanent basis in the summer.

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26 Feb 2017 00:31:30
Hopefully but need an intern boss now asap

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26 Feb 2017 00:57:09
aye right murtys out of his depth get alex in

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26 Feb 2017 03:13:30
De boer ruled himself out

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26 Feb 2017 07:29:17
Davie he ruled himself out the Leicester job

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26 Feb 2017 10:00:16
De boer has ruled himself out of every job
Atleast to the summer anyway . After the collapse at inter

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26 Feb 2017 10:06:13
Davie1980 check your facts .

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26 Feb 2017 10:08:52
I would definitely take Ross Wilson but we need to put Murty out of his misery and get him back to his normal position
It's going to be an interesting end to the season
I want to see how many of these players can show the hunger and appetite to play for the club
Over the last few months all I have seen is gutless cowards with no fight.
I keep expecting a reaction to the previous games performance/ result but it never comes it just gets worse

On this form we are likely heading into one of the biggest defeats we will likely have see against that crowd

I think we need a new manager (even interim) this week so we can have a change of direction and reaction before the old firm game

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26 Feb 2017 09:36:06
Ross wilson would be a good appointment as our new DOF but paul mitchell of spurs, IMHO would be better! He's always been my no.1 choice!

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26 Feb 2017 10:10:09
It's supposed to be Martin Yol getting the DOF job on Monday, well that's what someone else says on here

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26 Feb 2017 19:32:25
Coincidence? Barry to come in and take team with Murty till end of season then become No2 to FDB and Wilson DOF?

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25 Feb 2017 18:50:27
Martin Jol to be unveiled as DoF Monday. With Barry Ferguson to take charge till the end of the season after resigning for Clyde today.

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25 Feb 2017 19:49:11
I hope Ferguson gets know where near the place, if it isn't bad enough were rumoured too be taken him too the end off the season, where becoming a joke I really hope for all our sakes this isn't true

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25 Feb 2017 19:56:03
A wee rat and rubbish manner but needless to say he'd be better than we have and would maybe be able to put across what this club is about and what it means to everyone that supports it although I'd rather Kenny Miller was left to run it

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25 Feb 2017 21:32:08
Aye a wee rat that played injured on a regular basis to help his team and for a few seasons was exceptional carrying an average team. Your the rat for coming out wi something like that and don't start about the Le Guen nonsense.
As I've said before he stood up to a manager who was going to ruin the team and he was the the only member of the team that had the bollocks to do it.
No scurry off Roland.

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25 Feb 2017 21:32:24
How is he a wee rat?

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25 Feb 2017 22:18:18
Great player great rangers but crap manager don't see how he would improve team ferguson lost 9 games in a row clydethats why he's resigned

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25 Feb 2017 22:33:11
You could be right Ross 1990, just look at what has happened with the current Rangers team after Warburton sided with Halliday against Barton. If only Barton had won the day we might have a team of fighters rather than a team of wimps!

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25 Feb 2017 23:21:26
Fergie couldn't manage rangers the mans no class take yourself back to when he made an arse of himself wi Scotland Ned springs to mind no even in the same class as past central midfielders to have graced that ground trust me he ain't the answer

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26 Feb 2017 00:11:26
Don't bring what he done with Scotland
In to it the guy was nothan but class when
He wore the jersey and am sure rangers is
Heart not Scotland and I will agree with u
About a manager for us but don't dis the man

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26 Feb 2017 02:32:22
Ferguson better no get the job because your passionate about the team u love disny make u a good manager.

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26 Feb 2017 08:14:41
Looks like Wilson as DoF to be announced this week and a short list of 3. 2 at a club 1 not which sounds more like Ferguson to me

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26 Feb 2017 08:03:15
Here, here, ross1990! Totally with you on this mate! Baz is a glasgow rangers legend and very successful captain, and IMO the best player to come through at rangers in the last 25 years! So for any so called rangers supporter to call him a wee rat, is needing to take a very hard look at themselves!

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26 Feb 2017 08:42:38
I don't think Ferguson is good enough to manage Rangers, just look at the Clyde results and it says it all. However, the guy cannot be criticised for his passion for Rangers and to call him a rat because of something that happened with a Scotland International team is an insult. Rangers is more important and always will be that some International team especially one that is manipulated by Celtic FC!

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26 Feb 2017 10:15:21
1.He's a little ned.
2.He should have been binned over LeGuen.
3.He's gash as a manager.

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26 Feb 2017 15:31:03
We need a higher profile manager than Barry Ferguson.
Can only see him as part of the coaching team if he was to come to Ibrox.

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26 Feb 2017 16:19:27
A wee rat? Aye nae bother mate. The whole boozegate episode was a mistake and shouldn't have happened but to call him a wee rat is a joke. As for comparing the incident with le guen to the one with Warburton and Barton, nonsense. Joey Barton has always been an idiot and always will be.

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26 Feb 2017 17:00:14
Look what Lennon. Did at celtic unproven manager. But you look at Mcoist. wasn't cut out for a management. Ferguson could come in as someone assistant like Billy davis tommy Wright or even mcinnis. think it's looking more and more likely the boy Wilson will be DoF

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26 Feb 2017 18:00:06
Great post Smodge81. I'm not saying he's the answer as coach but in current position with no money he might be an option

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26 Feb 2017 19:40:57
Oh he is a wee rat bigger than the club move to Blackburn rovers, too much attitude he's a wee ned

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26 Feb 2017 21:32:54
Get a grip of yourself, yes he moved to Blackburn and although some don't like it was consistent man of the match down there. Realised the grass wasn't greener and came back to the club he loved where he was outstanding.

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26 Feb 2017 23:12:59
Barton told it how it was and warburton didn't like it and put Halliday in his place fast forward 4 months Halliday is utter crap the fans are all on his back the manager refused to change things and he's no longer our manager and Barton now back playing in the English top flight

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25 Feb 2017 15:05:44
De Boer ruled himself out of Leicester job

"Has a project for next season".

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25 Feb 2017 15:38:30
That's not actually what has been reported. He is keeping his options open for a project from next season, and as stated previously, is not interested in joining a club part way through a season.

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25 Feb 2017 16:29:01
Wonder if he has a shopping list and has given it to DK with the provisio if these players get bought I'll come?
I think he is still out of our budget.

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25 Feb 2017 20:32:09
Does de boer shop in the pound shop

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25 Feb 2017 22:35:49
If DeBoaer is hoping that King will seriously back him in the transfer market I doubt we will se him aRangers. Indeed I doubt we will see any to quality candidate at the Club if they are insisting on serious investment in playing staff!

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23 Feb 2017 21:20:07
Martin Jol in Glasgow tonight temp manager to the summer then moves upstairs to be DoF you heard it hear first.

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23 Feb 2017 22:38:04
But they are seemingly interviewing in London?!

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24 Feb 2017 07:19:58
Up to look around the place after being interviewed maybe. Might even be revealed today/ this weekend

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24 Feb 2017 08:04:11
is this the 3rd or 4th temp manager we are having?

Ferguson
Big Eck
Jol

sure there's more. why do rangers need 3/ 4 managers?
all other teams just have 1

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24 Feb 2017 12:07:43
Yeti seen leaving on a flight to Glasgow from Alantis international airport accomplied by his agent Wee Greenman who stopped of to lift the stone tablets in the Ark . Its thought that Yeti will not only invest all the treasure left to him by his good mate Long John but he will manage TRFC until the end of the season

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24 Feb 2017 14:51:28
TTTS, you forgot to mention the part when Zeus said that Debellend was worth 50 million.

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24 Feb 2017 15:18:57
Your confusing Greek Mythology with reporting by the smsm .

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24 Feb 2017 16:37:42
Jol it be at the game tonight lads

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24 Feb 2017 20:57:59
Hopefully got a return ticket to London. This woful watching

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25 Feb 2017 10:35:18
no matter what manager we have we will still be rotten as we have no money

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25 Feb 2017 12:10:29
cant agree with jol or deboer rumours - we need an experienced manager in place now if we have any hopes of stopping this slide. even if it's only till end of season we need someone in now and they have to be experienced be it davies mcleish or even walter.

I personally don't think this is the right time to bring in a foreign manager like de boer or jol - we need someone who a) understands scottish football and b) can cope with the demands of managing a big club with the expectations we have as too many people under estimate both these factors to their cost.

changes needed all through the team but first of all we must defend as a team and stop conceding goals as that puts even more pressure on mis-firing strikers.

the number of times recently hearts ross county morton dundee and ICT were running through on our goal time after time is suicide we are far too open and easy to play against - need to tighten up and toughen up

i wld bin 4-3-3 and get defenders defending 1st and foremost. i'd drop tav for hodson sit in a bit more play 1 striker (miller) and flood the midfield to help us get control of games maybe harry in beside hyndman and holt to give us bit more dig and energy.

i wldnt start garner or toral again waste of a jersey for me

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25 Feb 2017 17:31:51
I now think there is more chance of Billy joel than Martin jol now dear me

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26 Feb 2017 10:18:17
Martin Jol is loved by spurs fans.
He looks like he wouldn't take any rubbish from the players.
Another one who's way out of our budget I fear.

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23 Feb 2017 09:48:45
frank de boer in London being interviewed for the rangers job according to the daily express.

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23 Feb 2017 12:12:18
it does not say that at all. it states that de boer is in london as rangers continue their hunt for a new manager at no point does it say he is being interviewed. he is being linked with the rangers job that is all.

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23 Feb 2017 12:24:46
Here's hoping

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23 Feb 2017 13:07:10
A team like rangers should not need a manager to play football. they should no what it means to the fans. they should be better then what they are a few years back we were all about mark and his magic hat. who ever we get as our next manager a wish them well because if it is de Boer use will slate them they way use did allymarkmurty

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23 Feb 2017 13:15:06
What's so special about Rangers that they shouldn't need a manager?

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23 Feb 2017 14:18:06
Bearsontour, a manager is not just there to motivate players as is your suggesting, utter dog meat of a comment.

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23 Feb 2017 15:59:45
jamesrielly99 - put two and two together mate!

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23 Feb 2017 16:36:08
He was in London doing an interview for a sports channel nothing more.

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23 Feb 2017 17:01:48
okay jason brown i am going to be in london tomorrow so i am going to be interview for the rangers job seriously get a grip there a lot of managers in london so does that mean they are being interviewed.

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23 Feb 2017 18:40:44
have you been linked with the job!

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23 Feb 2017 19:54:42
We are Glasgow rangers the players should no how to play football with or with out a manager simple is that.

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24 Feb 2017 12:28:13
Looks like he has said he would like to manage in English top flight. Surely King must rule him out of the running then to maintain a consistent stance on the club being used as a stepping stone.

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25 Feb 2017 11:16:55
bears on tour u are right. we shoud be playing better but to say we don't need a manager is just ignorant to where we are at the moment aberdeen have better players than us, that's only because they try a lot harder there is no fight from our team and if calley play aggressive tonight which they will our team will fold

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25 Feb 2017 23:37:42
Bearsontour, I feel your pain, but I must point out Glasgow Rangers are at present being Liquidated, their file currently resides in a filing cabinet in an office in Canary Warf in London. For clarification you can check out the progress of said liquidation on Companies house website.
However good luck with the new venture.

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22 Feb 2017 19:15:42
Barry ferguson till end of the season @25/ 1.put some money on it!

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22 Feb 2017 20:16:03
He's probably still got the legs to run our midfield, nevermind manage the team!

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22 Feb 2017 21:08:12
Any idea guys why we would want Barry Ferguson?

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22 Feb 2017 21:33:45
Probably because he is a "Rangers man" that knows what is and isn't acceptable for our club. I like Murty and hope he can return to the U20s job that he was doing well too undamaged from this, because let's be honest he is the lamb to the slaughter here through no fault of his own.

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23 Feb 2017 02:34:50
Im sorry but that's p**h! I for one am hoping our youth are going to make us. Murty has been led to slaughter but shows lack of understandin of the game. Hoped a youth coach would be breath of fresh air, but instead has actually made things worse! The whole thing is a shambles once again and i just can't see why a half decent coach can't set a team up properly. We need an experienced head to get us organised and playing as a unit!

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23 Feb 2017 08:20:00
He's a COACH not a manager highland bear, how can you come on here and lambast a coach for not doing great with a squad of players he's never worked with in his life when he's had a week and a half to get to know them? Christ, give the guy a break.

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23 Feb 2017 12:56:04
Super Ally was a rangers man, Barry Ferguson would end up tarnishing his legacy with any attachment to this crowd of pretenders from the top to the squad.

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23 Feb 2017 14:14:23
Warburtons philosophy was from senior level right down to youth level, every team would play same system so as they progressed up the ranks every player be aquainted with the system.

So how can G Murty be expected to change the old managers playing philosophy in 180 minutes of football, when in all the time he`s been there that's the style of football he`s been told to implement.

The guy needs time.

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23 Feb 2017 21:20:22
Why not Barry in some capacity?
Rangers man and learning his trade from lower leagues.
When will fans understand there is no shining saviour coming. Building again in a more competitive league which we have no right to expect to win anytime soon.
Budgets can mean nothing look at Leicester last season.
Follow the team and support best we can.
Cmon bears need to face reality.

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23 Feb 2017 19:47:47
I'd like it tbh but I can't see him giving up managers job for foreseeable future for 3 month work

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23 Feb 2017 22:21:14
@peterh - so we'd rather appoint on the basis of someone being a ' Rangers Man ' rather than ability? No wonder the club is and will continue to be in turmoil.

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23 Feb 2017 23:02:27
I truly do think that barry ferguson WILL be part of our new coaching team, although NOT the main man just now! That will probably come for baz, a few years down the line! Strong rumours on malky mckay becoming our new head coach are surely wide of the mark! Can't see that one happening in a month of sunday's! It would cause a boycott i would think!

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25 Feb 2017 11:20:20
hihgland bear what a load of nonsense u think its muty that's made things worse because our players didn't perform oh that's right they haven't performed all season mate!

i will not be blaming the guy who has been thrown in to the deep end with a coouple of days warning seriously get a grip of yourself mate

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22 Feb 2017 14:07:58
Niko resumed training today, any word on how far away he is from full return? still can't see him returning this season unfortunately : ( although it would be a much needed spark needed in that dire team!

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22 Feb 2017 15:17:28
If you look at the photos on the club website he is still training on his own with the physio as he was last week. Time to think he might make it back before the end of the season is when he starts training with the rest of the squad. Even then he'd still have to get match fit-no sign of Rossi ter outside though. Think he's even less likely to be back before the end of the season. At least Windass proved he's still alive though!

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22 Feb 2017 15:20:21
8-10 days probably

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25 Feb 2017 11:21:17
fully fit by april unless any setbacks

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22 Feb 2017 11:45:47
Rangers offered mcleish the job till end of season, mcleish knocked it back says he wants it longer term. This is true, no bollocks! The search continues no one knows in murray park what's hapning but apparently training etc is so disorganised from first team to youth academy with all the changes.

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22 Feb 2017 17:08:10
Thank feck for that

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23 Feb 2017 20:18:22
Adam chook you are full of make a wish pal. there's no way he would turn the job down if offered it even short term he said himself he's a rangers man and wants to help the club they just need to call. So he's not been offered anythin and as for the training being a shambles how do you know? bet you know a guy who walks his digs near murray park and he told somebody else told your milk man who then told you eh? there's photos and videos from murray park every day showing the squad training same as they always have. And as for the youth set up there will be guys in there doing a decent job until murty is back.

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