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Aberdeen on alert as Rangers chairman eyes Derek McInnes

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Rangers chairman Dave King has suggested that managers out of job do not have the credentials to become the new manager at Ibrox.

The Light Blues sacked Pedro Caixinha earlier in the season after a run of poor games before appointing Graeme Murty as caretaker manager. King hopes to announce a permanent successor to Caixinha in “another week or so”.

Odds update: Surprise candidate backed to take Rangers job

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Former Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka has been backed down to 7/2 to be appointed as the new Rangers manager.

Karanka has been out of work since leaving Boro earlier this year and bookmakers are now listing him as second favourite for the role.

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes remains the favourite, with Alex McLeish also prominent in the betting.

Rangers striker forced to do extra training in a bid to end goal drought

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Rangers’ caretaker manager Graeme Murty has forced striker Alfredo Morelos to do extra target practice in a bid to end his goal drought.

The Colombian’s start to life at Ibrox kicked off in phenomenal fashion as he scored eight goals in his first nine games for Rangers.

Van Bronckhorst responds to rumours about a possible Rangers return

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Former Rangers star Giovanni van Bronckhorst has responded to rumours linking him with a return to Ibrox.

The 42-year-old enjoyed a great spell in Glasgow as a player where he won two Scottish Premiership titles and two Scottish Cups in three seasons. Now a manager at Eredevisie side Feyenoord, van Bronckhorst is one of the many names touted as the successor to Pedro Caixinha as the next Rangers boss.

Former Rangers star delivers scathing report on Caixinha’s time at Ibrox

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Rangers parted ways with Pedro Caixinha last month after a string of disappointing results put the Light Blues way off the pace from challenging for the top spot in the Scottish Premiership.

Graeme Murty has since been appointed as caretaker manager as Rangers look to salvage something out of an already disappointing season.

Former Rangers star now odds on to take over at Ibrox

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Former Rangers and Netherlands midfielder Giovanni van Bronckhorst is now odds on to be appointed as the new manager at Ibrox.

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has drifted from 1/5 to 1/3 to replace Pedro Caixinha, but van Bronckhorst has emerged as a shock contender for the role.

The 42-year-old, is currently in charge of Feyenoord, is as low as 10/11 to rejoin his former club.

Club legend hits out at Rangers midfielder, says his international call up is undeserved

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Former Rangers forward Kris Boyd has laughed off Ryan Jack’s call-up to the Scotland squad.

Boyd feels that the 25-year-old Rangers midfielder does not deserve to play for his national team and that some of the selected players are a ‘laughing stock’.

Ryan Jack has had some disciplinary problems with Rangers this season and Boyd claims that the number of bookings he has picked up is more than the number of good performances he has put on.

Already sacked once this season, Rangers fans want this manager to take over: 'Bring him up to Ibrox'

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Slaven Bilic was sacked by West Ham after a poor start to the season.

The Croatian might look to return to management soon and Rangers could be a great option from him right now.

The Scottish giants recently got rid of Pedro Caixinha and they are looking for a permanent replacement.

Despite his struggles this season, Bilic would be a terrific appointment for Rangers.

This 25/1 shot could be the next Rangers manager

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Former England boss Steve McClaren is set for talks with Rangers about becoming the club’s new manager.

The Scottish Premiership club have contacted McClaren about the role and will hold talks with him this week.

McClaren is currently working in Israel as a coach at Maccabi Tel Aviv, but he is interested in a return to Britain.

Former Rangers star urges club to appoint this manager

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Barry Ferguson has urged Rangers to pull out all the stops to secure the services of Derek McInnes as the club’s new manager.

Rangers have been linked with the current Aberdeen boss since sacking Pedro Caixinha and he insists his former club can’t afford to delay making a new appointment.

Rangers legend convinced former club should appoint this manager

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Barry Ferguson has urged Rangers to pull out all the stops to secure the services of Derek McInnes as the club’s new manager.

Rangers have been linked with the current Aberdeen boss since sacking Pedro Caixinha and he insists his former club can’t afford to delay making a new appointment.

Rangers fans undecided over possible new manager – ‘A yes from me’, ‘I worry’

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Glasgow Rangers are on the lookout for a new manager, with a host of names mentioned as possible targets for the Ibrox club.

The Scottish side parted company with Pedro Caixinha last week after the Portuguese was given just seven months in charge, with Graeme Murray taking control of the side on a caretaker basis.

O’Neill dismisses rumours linking him with Rangers as ‘speculation’

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Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill has dismissed all the speculation linking him with the vacant Rangers job by insisting that his primary focus lies on qualifying for the World Cup.

Rangers sacked Pedro Caixinha last week after a disappointing run of form that has left the Light Blues at fourth on the Scottish Premiership table.

Rangers fans react on Twitter to Kenny Miller’s performance vs Hearts

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Glasgow Rangers returned to winning ways on Saturday with a much-needed 3-1 victory over Hearts.

The clash at Murrayfield was the first game since Pedro Caixinha’s unceremonious sacking, with Graeme Murty taking charge of the Gers on a caretaker basis.

The stand-in manager’s team selection raised some eyebrows, with Kenny Miller recalled to the side’s starting line-up after a period on the sidelines.

Caixinha a victim of “unforgiving environment”, says Neil Lennon

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Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon reckons that Pedro Caixinha was a victim of the “unforgiving environment” of the Old Firm before questioning Rangers’ decision to appoint the Portuguese coach.

Caixinha lasted for just seven months in Glasgow as a defeat against Motherwell in the Betfred Cup and a draw against Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership convinced the Ibrox chiefs to terminate his contract.

Rangers managerial update: Former player admits he’s open to role

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Former Rangers player and manager Ally McCoist has confessed that he would be open to returning to the Ibrox hotseat after Pedro Caixinha’s sacking.

The Glasgow giants have struggled this season, with an embarrassing elimination in the Europa League playoff rounds by Luxembourgian minnows Progres Niederkorn compounded by inconsistent domestic form.

Former Celtic star tears into Caixinha, says he is the most embarrassing Rangers manager ever

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Rangers sacked their manager Pedro Caixinha yesterday after a poor start to the season.

The Portuguese failed to deliver the results despite spending heavily during the summer transfer window.

Caixinha’s men are currently fourth in the league table, eight points behind bitter rivals Celtic after just ten games.

Caixinha hanging on by a thread, time for 12/1 shot to take over

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Rangers’s disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Kilmarnock could signal the end for manager Pedro Caixinha.

Chris Burke’s injury-time equaliser earned the visitors a dramatic point, with the goal coming after Daniel Candeias had missed a 90th-minute penalty for Rangers.

The result saw Rangers drop to fourth in the Scottish Premiership, but Caixinha insists he’s still the right man for the job.

Caixinha needs to turn things around, he is odds-on to be sacked before this big game

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Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha is odds-on to be sacked before the next Old Firm derby.

The Portuguese manager has failed to live up to the expectations so far this season and Paddypower have odds of just 1/2 for him to be gone by December.

Rangers are currently third in the Scottish Premiership and they were beaten in the Betfred Cup semi-final against Motherwell.

Pedro Caixinha slams Rangers following defeat against Motherwell

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Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has lambasted his players following the Light Blues’ Betfred Cup defeat against Motherwell at Hampden Park on Sunday.

Caixinha insisted that the players have ‘embarrassed him, the club and the fans’ as they succumbed to a 2-0 loss. When asked if the players had the right character to wear Rangers’ iconic blue shirts, Caixinha said: “It doesn’t look like that.

Bruno Alves reveals why he joined Rangers and backs Caixinha to deliver

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Rangers centre back Bruno Alves claims that he moved to Ibrox to win trophies and insists that manager Pedro Caixinha is the right man for the job.

Alves arrived in Glasgow from Serie A side Cagliari as Caixinha’s first signing. The highly experienced Portuguese defender has added much needed stability to the Rangers backline and is determined to add a Scottish Premiership medal to his already stellar collection.

On This Day in Football: Celtic humiliate Rangers while Norwich stun Bayern

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On this day in 1957, Celtic beat Rangers 7-1 in the Scottish League Cup final. The score line still remains as the biggest margin of victory in an Old Firm derby.

This humiliating defeat at the hands of their greatest rival is also Rangers’ record defeat in a game and the biggest score line in a major British cup final.

Former Rangers star urges Celtic to move to England citing lack of competition in Scotland

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Celtic have been Scottish Premiership champions for six years running. Lack of competition coupled with rivals Rangers’ faltering fortunes has made the Hoops undisputed challengers for Scotland’s premier competition.

Former Rangers midfielder Jorg Albertz has the opinion that Brendan Rodgers’ side should move to the English Premier League to suit their ‘high profile’.

Back to basics for Caixinha in a bid to address Rangers’ leaky defence

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Despite scoring the second highest number of goals in the Scottish Premiership, Rangers’ have conceded 11 goals – a worse record than Hearts, Motherwell and Aberdeen.

But over the international break, Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha made it a priority to address his side’s leaky defence as they prepare for their trip to St.

Former Rangers captain dismisses rumours of falling out with Amoruso

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Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson has revealed that there was no falling out with Lorenzo Amoruso during their time together in Glasgow.

Amoruso, who joined Rangers from Fiorentina back in 1997, had been captaining the Light Blues for two years when Dutch manager Dick Advocaat took over the club.

Rangers legend gives his vote of confidence to Pedro Caixinha

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Former Rangers striker and manager Ally McCoist has given his backing to Pedro Caixinha, insisting that it is ‘too early’ to say whether the Portuguese coach’s job is on the line or not.

Caixinha has been under considerable pressure following Rangers’ 2-0 loss against Celtic in the Old Firm derby.

Rangers legend hits out at Caixinha, another defeat could lead to the sack

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Barry Ferguson believes Pedro Caixinha’s criticism of members of his Rangers squad is a dangerous move to make.

The Rangers boss hit out at some of his home-based players after last weekend’s 2-0 defeat against Celtic, accusing them of creating a divide in the dressing room.

Ferguson says Caixinha’s behaviour is similar to something he experienced during his own playing days at Ibrox.

Caixinha delivers positive Rangers team news for Hamilton clash

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Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has stated that key defender Bruno Alves is in ‘very, very good condition’ and is in with a chance of featuring against Hamilton Accies on Friday night.

The Portugal international centre-half was arguably the highest-profile addition at Ibrox over the summer, as the Light Blues revamped their squad after a disappointing reintroduction to the top tier of Scottish football in 2016-17.

Knowing about leaks at Ibrox is giving Caixinha ‘more confidence’

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Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has insisted that finding out about a mole in his squad has made him more confident.

Caixinha was left stunned towards the end of last season, when the media got hold of a series of stories – including the Michael O’Halloran saga and the fact that Emerson Hydman left before his loan spell had expired.

Leigh Griffiths must ‘grow up’, says Celtic legend

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Celtic beat Rangers 2-0 at Ibrox on Saturday thanks to goals from Tom Rogic and Leigh Griffiths.

Griffiths who scored the second goal of the game was involved in a number of incidents throughout the game. The former Wolves striker was apparently trying to tie a Celtic scarf on the Ibrox goalposts.

Celtic captain's row with Rangers' boss shows complete lack of class, a legend in his own mind

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For a player whose limitations were brutally exposed by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League, Celtic captain Scott Brown has a lot to say for himself. Too much in fact.

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha accused the midfielder of elbowing Alfredo Morelos during Saturday’s Old Firm meeting at Ibrox and Brown’s behaviour afterwards showed a complete lack of class.

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Rangers sack manager Caixinha

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Glasgow (AFP) – Pedro Caixinha was sacked as Glasgow Rangers manager on Thursday after just seven months in charge, the Scottish Premiership club announced Thursday.

“The decision to part company with Pedro was taken after careful consideration and the search for a new manager will begin immediately,” read a statement from the Glasgow giants.

Rangers sack manager Caixinha

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Glasgow (AFP) – Pedro Caixinha was sacked as Glasgow Rangers manager on Thursday after just seven months in charge, the Scottish Premiership club announced Thursday.

“The decision to part company with Pedro was taken after careful consideration and the search for a new manager will begin immediately,” read a statement from the Glasgow giants.

Players an embarrassment to Rangers: Caixinha

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Glasgow (AFP) – Embattled Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha lashed his players on Monday accusing them of being an embarrassment to everyone to do with the historic Scottish club after losing out on a place in the League Cup final.

The 46-year-old Portuguese - whose position is under threat with his side already trailing bitter rivals Celtic by six points in the title race - was livid over the team’s performance in the 2-0 loss to Motherwell on Sunday.

Players an embarrassment to Rangers: Caixinha

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Glasgow (AFP) – Embattled Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha lashed his players on Monday accusing them of being an embarrassment to everyone to do with the historic Scottish club after losing out on a place in the League Cup final.

The 46-year-old Portuguese - whose position is under threat with his side already trailing bitter rivals Celtic by six points in the title race - was livid over the team’s performance in the 2-0 loss to Motherwell on Sunday.

Wipe Out: Rangers’ Josh Windass Floors Own Manager Pedro Caixinha Three Minutes Into Old Firm Derby (Video)

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Rangers slumped to yet another Old Firm defeat as Celtic extended their domestic winning streak into a 58th game.

The Gers got things underway in foreboding fashion when, with less than three minutes on the clock, Josh Windass managed to deck his own manager, Pedro Caixinha, with an accidental sliding tackle.

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Retro Football: Helpful Glasgow Rangers Fans Lend Their Large Union Jack To Linesman With Broken Flag, 2006 (Video)

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Let's face it, we've all been there: diligently running the line at a football match only for your standard issue fluorescent flag to disassemble itself into its component parts, right in your hand.

That's exactly the fate that befell the assistant referee on duty for the charity match staged between Derby County and Rangers at Pride Park in 2006, though thankfully a member of the travelling support was able to supply the flag-less official with a suitable replacement.

On This Day in Football: Violence in Birmingham, Hilarity in Tallinn

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On this day in 1976, Aston Villa played Glasgow Rangers in a friendly. The game had to be abandoned in the 53rd minute as fights erupted all across Villa Park resulting in one of the worst episodes of hooliganism in Britain’s football history.

Trouble had erupted way before the Rangers faithful arrived in Birmingham.

Rogic stars as Celtic sink Rangers

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Glasgow (AFP) – Tom Rogic put Scottish champions Celtic on course for a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Rangers in the Old Firm derby at Ibrox on Saturday.

An open first half saw both sides spurn chances before the Hoops took a 50th minute lead thanks to a fierce strike from Socceroos star Rogic.