COMMENT By Danny Wright
Rangers have been on the hunt for a successor to Pedro Caixinha for almost four weeks now and shown little signs in making any kind of progress.
A number of names have been linked with the Ibrox vacancy but the latest name on the fans’ lips is that of Tony Pulis after he was sacked by West Brom on Monday morning.
Pulis, 59, had spent almost three years in the Hawthorns dug-out having arrived in January 2015 with the Baggies just one point above the relegation zone.
However the Welshman has now been shown the exit door with the club in the exact same position as it was back then – one point above the bottom three.
Pulis’ sacking has prompted Rangers fans to take to Twitter to urge the club to appoint the ex-Stoke and West Brom boss.
However any thoughts of him being the one to help the Light Blues out of their rut are thoroughly misguided and here, Football Insider looks at three reasons why chairman Dave King should avoid the new fan favourite at all costs.
Click ‘next’ below to see the first reason why the Gers should avoid the Welshman