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13 Mar 2018 17:22:42
This is my worry. If Murty is binned who is the alternative? . We've already agreed we need a Scottish or at a push English manager and not foreigner but that narrows our options significantly. The only English manager getting close to availability is that bum Pardew.

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13 Mar 2018 17:38:09
Potter and Reid?

13 Mar 2018 18:20:59
Neil warnock

13 Mar 2018 18:32:28
Hope Murty stays but he needs guided at times. Maybe Alex Ferguson and Walter could be called from dugout lol. I think he's right for the job. Players performances have vastly improved along with results.

13 Mar 2018 18:41:09
No need to worry about any of them becoming the new rangers manager! The new rangers manager beyond this season 100%, will be graeme murty and most definitely, the correct choice!

13 Mar 2018 20:01:54
Its graeme murty's first job In management and what a first job it is, being the manager of glasgow rangers! Murty is a young manager who will learn as he goes along! I can only see, graeme murty getting better and better with more experience! If our board don't give him the manager's job permanently, at the end of the season, then i have no doubt that another club will benefit greatly, by having murty as their manager! Don't make a mistake board of directors! Let us benefit from having murty as our 17th permanent manager! Of course murty has made small mistakes since he's became our manager but all young managers, go through this and learn with the experience from it! Even sir alex ferguson and sir walter smith made mistakes especially when starting out in management! You just have to look how successful they turned out to be! So common bears cut murty some slack here, he'll go on, imo to be a terrific manager for us in every way! I certainly see that in murts!

13 Mar 2018 20:33:44
Let’s see how Murty performs in the remainder of the season. If we go on a run now and lift the cup totally agree Murty and Nicholl should get job on permanent basis.

13 Mar 2018 20:42:11
Give murty a break I think he could be great for us as he has improved the team big time, remember he has not got Mitch experience as well. bit like a good young prospect give him time

13 Mar 2018 20:58:41
Supercooper, why is he the right choice? we're Glasgow rangers, we have been through one of the hardest periods of our history. we need to stop Celtic doing ten in a row, it's a must, so why should we trust our u20 coach to stop them? were you at the hibs and Celtic games? if you had your way we would still have warburton, I'm still hurting from Sunday and it ain't getting any better.

13 Mar 2018 20:58:21
Stevie Clark or Frank De Boer?

13 Mar 2018 20:59:05
Supercoop

You did say the same about Warburton though

13 Mar 2018 22:54:23
Graeme murty has impressed in the short term and at the very least deserves the chance to take us forward! Walter struth, i'll turn the question around on you! Why is graeme murty the WRONG choice as our next permanent manager? With another couple of transfer windows under murty, i honestly think we'd improve much more again! Going by murty's only transfer window as our manager, to date, we have to be very optimistic! Been impressed by his january signings! What's NOT to like here guys? Forget all this total shite that he's not a big name and all the other stuff!

14 Mar 2018 08:30:05
I keep hearing from within Ibrox Warnock will be the new manager

14 Mar 2018 11:00:46
@supercoopereleven you ask why is murty the wrong choice. i don't know if he is the right or wrong choice however one of his biggest downfalls will be his tactical ineptitude. his reluctance to make changes that can really have an impact on a game and change the outcome. that coupled with his dreadful defeats to some of the lesser teams in the league and the home record could well be enough.

ive read some defending murty saying he waits so late to make changes as he's showing faith in his players. for me that's wrong and is showing favouritism to an extent. numerous games I've seen the likes of windass especially being absolutely non existent and yet he's the one player you know will very rarely be taken off.

of course their are positives as well but for me neither outweighs the other and i think given time murty will become a bang average manager for us. not good enough to beat them on a regular basis nor win the league but easily win 2nd place

14 Mar 2018 11:35:30
Rabc10000, I watched Walter smith doing the same thing as murty,
ie. waiting too long or 'till a certain time to make substitutions! You're not telling me that you think sir Walter smith wasn't a tremendous manager for us, are you?

Murty is still inexperienced and will only improve and get better and better in my eyes mate! I only hope that's with us! Otherwise some other club will get the benefit of murty, who will be imho, a very good manager! I like everything about murty! He epitomises for me, that the rangers manager's job is tailor made for him, in every way!

14 Mar 2018 12:22:25
cant really compare both managers as they are totally different eras and when walter was manager most subs back then were really about adding freshness for the last 20 mins.

roll on to this day and age and a tactically astute manager can get weaker or lesser teams competing and winning games they probably shouldn't be. leicester was a prime example when they won the league. however i don't think murty has the ability to spot the glaringly obvious and change things to suit whether that's thru his own inability or down to having his preferred players playing no one knows. genuinely love to see murty being mentioned in the same sentence in 15-20 years time as one of the all time managerial greats but genuinely can't see it myself. firmly believe if we lose the semi and 12-15 points behind them then he hasn't justified staying in the job.

even the defeats to sy johnstone, hamilton and dundee are games which any rangers team should be winning, and we done so under warburton and pedro mainly would have made the league table look completely different and to drop 22 odd points at home is dreadful. for every good result there has been at the very least 1 bad result to even it out and even now we still can't win more than 4 league games in a row







 

 

 
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