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1st May, 2018 | 11:12am

'Shameful', 'Under the bus' - Rangers fans fume over stunning turn of events at Ibrox

Graeme Murty has left his position as Rangers manager and Gers fans are fuming at the way the board has treated him after a shambolic few weeks at Ibrox.

As confirmed by the club’s official website, Murty has left with three games remaining, with Jimmy Nicholl and Jonatan Johansson for this weekend’s Scottish Premiership clash with Kilmarnock as well as the remaining fixtures this season.

The 43-year-old took the reins in October following Pedro Caixinha’s sacking but back-to-back Old Firm thrashings meant the writing was on the wall for his spell at Ibrox.

Gers fans felt Murty has been poorly treated by the Light Blues although believed change was needed in the dugout – with one fan saying he was “thrown to the wolves” by the Ibrox board.

Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

Steven Gerrard looks set to take charge of the Light Blues if a deal can be agreed, with ESPN reporting a four-year contract is on the table for the Liverpool icon.

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The Gers are third in the Scottish Premiership with three games remaining and need to find a way to overhaul Aberdeen’s three point gap in the table.

The Light Blues face the Dons next week before rounding out the campaign with a visit to Easter Road to play Hibernian.

In other Rangers news, Dave King must improve his offer to Gerrard after an English club joined the hunt to appoint the Liverpool icon.

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