By Danny Wright

Rangers fans on Twitter seem undecided about whether it is good news that Gary Rowett has held talks with the club.

The supporters seem completely split on deciding whether the 42-year-old is a good enough replacement for Mark Warburton at the Ibrox helm.

Sky Sports Scotland reported that the former Birmingham boss went into discussions with the Ibrox board this week in a view to him replacing Warburton as the club’s new manager.

Pedro Caixinha and former boss Alex McLeish have also been at the Glasgow club to hold talks about the vacant managerial job.

Waburton left the club in early February and Graeme Murty has been in caretaker charge of the last four matches.

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Rowett has enjoyed a good start to his fairly new managerial career after leading Burton Albion to two play-off finishes in League Two before taking charge at Birmingham.

He turned the West Midlands club from a relegation-threatened side to one that can challenge for the top six.

However, Rowett was controversially sacked by the St. Andrews chiefs in December while they were in an unexpected seventh place in the Championship.

Rangers fans have now taken to social media to discuss their thoughts on the report.

Here is a selection of their tweets:

https://twitter.com/AidanBonser/status/837252713280831488

https://twitter.com/Titch9x/status/837004917395111944

https://twitter.com/SpatestonBear2/status/837260800855326721

Rangers won their first league game since January on Wednesday night when they beat St. Johnstone 3-2 in a heart-pounding affair.

Barrie McKay and Martyn Waghorn put the Light Blues two ahead, but the Ibrox visitors made a late comeback to level the scores which was aided by Rob Kiernan’s red card.

However Emerson Hyndman scored a stoppage time winner for the Gers who closed the gap on second-placed Aberdeen to six points.

In other Rangers news, Football Insider takes a look at the three worst players in Wednesday’s win over St. Johnstone.

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