Rangers fans issue warning on Twitter as Mark Warburton joins Nottingham Forest
By Danny Wright
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to issue Nottingham Forest fans a warning after Mark Warburton was appointed manager.
The club announced that the ex-Ibrox boss will take charge of the club in time for their next game against Derby on Saturday.
His appointment at Forest will mean he has taken roughly a month to find a new job after leaving Rangers in controversial circumstances.
Although he led the club to the Scottish Championship title and the Scottish Challenge Cup, Warburton was unable to earn the respect of the fans and they have since told Forest supporters what to expect from their new boss.
Warburton teams up with director of football Frank McParland and assistant manager David Weir, who also quit the club in February.
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The Light Blues have only won one league game since Graeme Murty was placed in caretaker charge of the club after the former Brentford boss left.
However they have since confirmed that Portuguese boss Pedro Caixinha will be the man put in charge of steadying the ship.
Here is a selection of tweets from Rangers fans about Forest’s choice of manager:
Good luck with him. Hates criticism, terrible man management, no tactical knowledge and no ability to change things when needed.
— Bobo (@UrsosAzuis) March 14, 2017
— William Robertson (@WullR616) March 14, 2017
good luck ur going to need it, he's probably already lining up his next job
— Rev. I Am Jolly (@will_car86rfc1) March 14, 2017
will be on the phone to Norwich the now.
— Ryan (@RFCRyan1872) March 14, 2017
The snake is out of the grass and into the forest. ????????????
— CR∆IG FERGIE™ (@ThatBoyFergie) March 14, 2017
good luck ???? 65 percent win ratio Scottish championship players on 20x the other clubs wages
— williamcroall81 (@croall81) March 14, 2017
Warburton replaced interim manager Gary Brazil in charge of the Reds after he led the English Championship club to just one win in their last seven matches, leaving them just above the relegation zone.
In other Rangers news, Caixinha will reportedly hold talks with this club next week over transfers.