'It would have been epic' - Murty hints at Rangers regret
Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty believes it would have been “epic” to have played for the Gers at some point in his career.
The former Scotland international has been with the Gers since August 2016 after moving from Norwich City’s youth setup and has had two stints as caretaker boss this year.
The Ibrox board handed Under-20’s head coach Murty the reins after Pedro Caixinha was sacked in October and has led the Gers to three wins from his five games in charge.
Murty spent most of his playing career with Reading – reaching the Premier League with the Royals – but has hinted that he has a slight regret over never playing for Rangers.
“I loved my career, I loved what I did and played for some fantastic football clubs,” Murty said, in a video posted by the club’s official YouTube account.
“Having been at this football club for a while, it would have been epic to play for Rangers.
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“It would have been sensational.
“It’s not a regret but it would be something that if I could do again, it would be something to tick off the wishlist.”
Murty will be in the dug out yet again as caretaker manager on Sunday as the Gers take on Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
A win over the Dons would leave the Ibrox side in second place in the league table – after falling to fourth on Saturday night.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is the bookies’ favourite to replace Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox and take over as permanent Rangers manager.