By Amir Mir
Kenny Miller has stated he wants Rangers to appoint a manager who would “spark a reaction” at the club.
The Gers are currently searching for a new manager after the club confirmed earlier this month that Mark Warburton had resigned from his post, a claim which he later denied.
Nonetheless, Warburton has left the club and they are now on the lookout for someone to take the hot seat at the struggling Scottish side.
Following their promotion to the top tier, Rangers had ambitions of challenging their Old Firm rivals Celtic for the SPL title.
However, after 25 league games, the Bhoys are a mammoth 30 points ahead of their Glasgow counterparts who are struggling in third.
This is what Miller had to say in regards to the club’s search for a new manager as he backed the senior people at the club to make the right decision.
“We put trust and faith in the board to get the right man and in the right timescales,” said Miller, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“Of course, we want to see some fantastic manager, whether he be Scottish, British or foreign, but for me it’s important we get the right man, whoever it is – go through the process and just get the right man. You just want someone who comes in and sparks a reaction, who has a plan.
“The lads will fully back that and the noises I’m hearing about the structure they’re trying to put in place are positive.”
Striker Miller has played 32 games in all competitions for his team this season, finding the back of the net on nine occasions.
The former Celtic man has scored six goals in the SPL as he will be looking to build on that tally away at Inverness on Friday night.
The Glasgow club lost their last encounter 2-1 at Dundee as more dropped points could see second-placed Aberdeen open up their six-point gap on their rivals.
In other Rangers news, this was Ronald de Boer’s response when asked by a fan if he wants to manage the club.