Rangers have descended back into chaos following Sunday’s 4-0 Scottish Cup capitulation against Celtic at Hampden – and there is nobody at Ibrox either willing or capable to do what is needed to turn the Ibrox giants around.
Senior stars Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace have been suspended by the club, Andy Halliday launched into a foul-mouthed rant at a fan after being substituted before half-time on Sunday, Graeme Murty looks like he doesn’t have a clue what part of his side needs most attention and the Ibrox board haven’t been seen or heard from despite their previous for releasing an incredible amount of statements.
With chairman Dave King somewhere in South Africa, the Gers rely on managing director Stewart Robertson to run the day-to-day business of the club but the former Motherwell chief looks more and more like he is his completely out of his depth running a football club, never mind one the size of Rangers.
The Gers board don’t seem to offer any leadership whatsoever and from top-to-bottom there are very few areas of the club where it can be said the Gers are doing things right; the youth department being arguably the only area of the club where there seems to be tangible proof of some kind of progression being made.
When the season finally comes to an end next month, it is going to spark yet another massive overhaul of the playing squad and coaching staff at Ibrox but after seeing it happen with Mark Warburton and then Pedro Caixinha, there’s no faith left that anybody at Ibrox is capable of finding the right man to take the Gers forward, let along convince him to make the jump.