Rangers manager Graeme Murty’s Ibrox future is hanging by a thread and it’s time for the 43-year-old to change something drastically if he wants to remain at Ibrox beyond the summer.

Murty was handed the reins in October and looked a shoo-in to land the job on a long-term basis but recent results have left the former Scotland international looking as though his time at Ibrox is coming to an end.

The Gers face Dundee on Saturday and Murty needs to do something that can turn fan feeling around and show them he can be the man to take the Light Blues forward.

While Gers fans have been screaming to see Alfredo Morelos and Jason Cummings paired in attack, the Light Blues boss might need to be a bit more adventurous than adding an extra forward to his starting XI.

A lack of alternative candidates might just be enough to save Murty’s skin but if Dave King has a inbox overflowing with CV’s from interested managers come June 1st then it might need a miracle to save Murty’s skin.

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Murty’s miracle is going to have to start on Saturday when Dundee visit Ibrox or it will be be another nail in the former Under-20s head coach’s coffin.

In other Rangers news, Neil Lennon has revealed he has “major concerns” over potentially facing Rangers three times at Ibrox.

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