There seems to be a real air of change and revolution around Rangers in the recent few weeks. Most notably, there is the appointment of Steven Gerrard as manager.
The former Liverpool captain has hit the ground running in his new job, making six signings in conjunction with director of football Mark Allen.
However, there is now another change taking place which could prove to be even more significant to the Ibrox club.
The Scottish Sun is reporting that the Gers’ training ground is set to be renamed, after kit manufacture Hummel won the rights to change the name from Murray Park, as part of the deal to manufacture Rangers’ shirts.
A few years ago a deal like that would have been anathema, as the Gers have always valued tradition, but fans will now be delighted to see the name change, as many have not forgiven former owner David Murray for selling the club to Craig Whyte.
It seems that at the moment, off the pitch at least, it is a time of huge change at Ibrox, lead by Gerrard and Allen, and the naming rights of the training ground is just the latest example of that.
Things certainly seem to look impressive off the pitch at the moment – now it’s time for things to be put right on the pitch, and Gerrard will be key to success in that area.
In other Rangers news, the Gers are set to complete a major transfer deal in the next 24 hours