Rangers senior man drops admission about Ibrox future after this season
Graeme Murty has admission that he doesn’t know what job he will be doing at Rangers next season.
The Englishman is in charge of the first-team squad until the end of the campaign, and is aware that results will dictate if he keeps the role next season or returns to his previous job of youth team coach,
Ibrox senior man Murty is hopeful that whatever happens in the second-half of the season that Rangers will retain him at the club.
“I would hope, beyond the summer, I’m still at the club. I just don’t know what role that will be in”, he said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“I’d like to think that what happens in the next five months will determine what capacity it will be in.
“I want to do a really good job here. I want to be as aspirational as possible at all times.
“If I can improve myself and my practices, it will improve me as a manager – and benefit this club in the long term.”
Murty has had a very mixed bag of results since taking over as Rangers interim manager in October following the sacking of Pedro Caixinha.
Two wins against Aberdeen and wins away to Hibs and Hearts have been followed by defeats to the likes of Hamilton, Dundee, St Johnstone and Kilmarnock.
The last game before the winter break saw the Light Blues turn in a fine performance in the goal less draw against Celtic, a result which ultimately sees them 11 points behind their old rivals in the Scottish Premiership table but only three points behind second placed Aberdeen.
The Gers are currently in Florida but will return to domestic action against Fraserburgh in the Scottish Cup on the 21st of January.
In other Rangers news, the club have been linked with Fleetwood forward Devante Cole
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