Rangers nine-in-a-row legend Ian Ferguson has called for his old club to be clear and come forward with news on what is happening with the current managerial situation.
Graeme Murty took charge of affairs at the Light Blues – albeit on a temporary basis – following the sacking of Pedro Cainxinha from Ibrox back in October.
And now with just a handful of games remaining until the Scottish Premiership wraps up for another season, rumours are in full swing that the interim boss could be shown the exit door despite leading the Light Blues to third in the table.
Speaking on the Heart and Hand podcast, Ferguson called for clarity regarding the situation from the powers that be to give the fans an update and said: “Let us know and be a bit more transparent with us in regards to which direction the club is going in.
“We would like to know if Mr Murty is going to be there or if he’s not going to be there
“We’d like to know what the plan is and give us some information on stopping this ten-in-a-row.”
Football Insider verdict:
Ferguson is absolutely right on this one. The fans want to know what is going on but it is important that for the stability of the club in light of events in recent years that they create that for everyone, including the players. It’s likely that the hierarchy are waiting to see what comes of the Scottish Cup tie against their great rivals Celtic before making any kind of announcement as they won’t want to do anything that could potentially jeopardise success in the competition. Murty deserves another chance at the helm but time is ticking and now that they’ve dropped to third in the table the knives are out.
In other Rangers news, Gers 24-year-old must learn to handle criticism if he wants to last at Ibrox.