By Wayne Veysey

13th Nov, 2022 | 6:47am

Revealed: Major Rangers development tomorrow after source's big manager update

Rangers shareholders will be sent details on Monday of details of the club’s Annual General Meeting amid growing calls for Giovanni van Bronckhorst to be sacked.

The Ibrox club’s fanbase went into meltdown following Saturday’s 1-1 Scottish Premiership draw at St Mirren as the team went into the mid-season break nine points behind leaders Celtic.

The pressure is on the Rangers board to act with supporters fuming at not only the surrendering of the title but a catastrophic Champions League group stage campaign that was the worst by any side in the competition’s history.

Football Insider revealed on Tuesday that Van Bronckhorst may not save his job even if he oversaw wins on Wednesday at home to Hearts and in Saturday’s trip to St Mirren.

In the event, Rangers squeezed out a fortuitous win over Hearts and then needed a late James Tavernier penalty to share the points at St Mirren.

Van Bronckhorst is clinging on to his job, with the Ibrox board planning to use the month-long break to assess the first half of the campaign and what changes need to be made.

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The message coming out of Ibrox earlier in the week was one of support for the manager but it is increasingly likely, one well-placed source said, that Van Bronkhorst will be dismissed during the upcoming World Cup break.

Plans are being put in place for a new man to be in the dugout for the 15 December Scottish Premiership return against Hibernian at Ibrox.

Football Insider revealed on Saturday that QPR manager Michael Beale is currently Rangers’ top target to replace Van Bronckhorst.

He is good friends with director of football Ross Wilson and the pair struck up an excellent relationship during the Londoner’s three years as first-team coach at Rangers.

There is great concern in the boardroom about the sterility of domestic performances, albeit there was some hope of a turnaround following the 4-1 win over Aberdeen two weekends ago.

Shareholders will be able to air their concerns and ask club powerbrokers what will be done to get things back on track after the details for the Annual General Meeting were confirmed.

The meeting will take place next month on Tuesday, December 6 with details to be sent out to all shareholders on Monday, November 14.

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