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1st Dec, 2017 | 2:22pm

Murty delivers verdict on second spell as manager of Rangers

Graeme Murty has compared his two spells as interim manager of Rangers and believes it has been a “different experience” this time around.

Murty was handed the reins for the second time in 2017 after the Gers sacked Pedro Caixinha on October 26th – eight months after filling in following Mark Warburton’s departure.

The Under-20s head coach has led the Gers to three wins in his five games since taking charge and is expected to be in the dugout for the last time on Sunday when the Ibrox side face Aberdeen at Pittodrie.

The former Scotland international admitted he has learned a lot about himself during his second time in charge of the first-team before revealing he doesn’t think he can replicate the “buzz” he gets at Rangers anywhere else.

“I’ve learned a great deal about myself, and it has been a different experience from the first time around,” Murty said, as quoted by the club’s official Twitter account.

“It’s possibly given me more grey hairs!

“But I don’t know if I could go anywhere else that gives me a buzz like this place does.

“Nothing compares to this place – it’s singular.”

Murty moved to Ibrox in August 2016 after a spell as Under-18’s manager with Norwich City and has impressed with the Glasgow giant’s Under-20’s.

Since returning to the Scottish Premiership, Murty – incredibly – is the only Rangers manager to have avoided defeat.

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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is the bookies’ favourite to replace Pedro Caixinha as manager at Ibrox, although former Real Madrid star Aitor Karanka has seen his odds slashed to take the Ibrox hotseat.

In the latest Rangers news, Murty has had his say on Wednesday’s game against the Dons.

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