'Everybody is buzzing' - Wallace says Rangers players on a high after Caixinha sacking
By John Reid
Rangers captain Lee Wallace has praised the impact that caretaker manager Graeme Murty has on the Rangers squad.
Murty has been caretaker manager boss since the sacking of Pedro Caixinha and Wallace is delighted with the job that he has done so far.
Speaking to Rangers official website, Wallace said: “The players have got a good feeling in and around the training ground, we prepared well for the Hearts game considering everything that went on.
“We managed to get a good performance and a good result at Murrayfield that was then followed up with the win over Partick Thistle.
“It is obviously new to a lot of the people that didn’t experience him last season but it is great and everybody is buzzing.”
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As Wallace says, Murty has had two wins out of two since taking over from Pero Caixinha last month.
The ‘gers defeated Hearts 3-1 at Murrayfield followed by a 3-0 win over Partick Thistle at Ibrox.
Rangers’ next game after the international break is at home against Hamilton on the 18th of November.
Murty may still be in charge then as the Rangers board are still searching for a new manager, with Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes still the odds-on favourite according to most reports.
In other Rangers news, Jason Holt is happy that a Rangers youngster has signed a new contract