Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to offer a mixed reaction after it was reported that Tony Pulis was interested in becoming the permanent manager at the Glasgow club.

After weeks of little development, the Mirror claimed that Pulis, 59, is gaining support from the Ibrox boardroom to be the permanent successor to Pedro Caixinha, but it is understood that the former West Brom manager wants to take time off at Christmas before considering a return to management.

Pulis was sacked by the Baggies in November after a dreadful start to the Premier League season.

However his ability to get the most out of teams with limited resources, as proven at Stoke and Crystal Palace, is something that has got Rangers fans wondering about whether he would be the ideal man for the job at Ibrox.

One supporter claimed that it would be “worth the wait” if Pulis was eventually appointed.

Here is a selection of their tweets:



Pulis has plenty of experience to his name but doesn’t have anything on his CV to suggest that he would be able to win major honours at Ibrox and prevent Celtic from winning the Scottish Premiership title year after year.

Rangers have been on their knees for years and Pulis’ specialty is taking on jobs at teams that are down in the dumps and facing relegation.

In other Rangers news, Jim Duffy has urged the Gers to appoint this 59-year-old as soon as possible.

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