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1 minute ago, theiconicman said:

How does Davies work with Mark Allen? He doesn't, so we fire our DoF? That would be a fucking shambles are spending so long getting him.

How does he not work with Allen.

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1 minute ago, WWTC said:

His managerial record is far better than Mcinnes'

Yes, it is to be fair.

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Just now, The Godfather said:

It' not missing out on DM that's the issue, it's the way we have went about it. The delays, the silence, the lack of leadership from a single person at our club.

If We can't attract a Rangers fan at a club thats going nowhere in Scotland then the alarm bells are well and truly ringing.

We have been told we were taking applications but we have openly been chasing one man for 7 weeks who's now said naw fo whatever reason. Before him we took a punt on a nobody managing in some desert who hadn't won anything of note....some people making decisions thought that was a good idea...the same people who are now going to appoint someone else.

It's like getting a Christmas present from her Grans best pal down the road, some fake hulk Hogan Japanese wrestler toy. Cheap, embarassng and never going to impress a single person but you have no choice but to accept it. 

If it wasn’t even for the AGM we would never have even got the little tit-bit of official information that we got regarding the manager situation either 

scummy non-transparent bastards 

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2 minutes ago, theiconicman said:

How does Davies work with Mark Allen? He doesn't, so we fire our DoF? That would be a fucking shambles are spending so long getting him.

How do we know any Manager will want to work with the Dof it's a gamble whoever appointed.

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5 minutes ago, Rangers_no1 said:

Wasn't massively struck on McInnes, but the ones celebrating might want to wait until they see who is appointed as our next manager, because it could be someone pretty bad. Also don't get this massive praise for MPH either, someone many wouldn't have ever heard of prior to a couple of months ago. Not knocking his record, he's done well, but at a poor level and has moved around clubs often even after a season. 

Some even said they don't want McInnes as we're a completely different level when it comes to managing, which is 100% accurate, but the exact same notion applies to MPH.

Taking Brugge to the last 8 of the EL is at a poor level? The guys won leagues with Standard Liege and Brugge against the bigger club in Anderlecht. A trophy in the Netherlands as well with Twente.

I don't see any other possible manager available that comes close to his achievements.

Davies can go fuck himself, And that's from someone who knows him and trained under him a long time ago. Of he gets the job then it'll be the lowest I've ever felt as a fan. 

At least in the lower leagues there was a sense of defiance and spirit. If Davies gets the job it'll be a measure of how far we have fallen as a club.

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Just now, JograBear said:

A better level than we play at,

Is it really?

The scum went have hammered the champions 3-0 in their own country. 

Last season Brugge lost 6 group games out of 6, scored 2 goals in a group which contained Leicester, Porto and Copenhagen.

Not convinced at all it's a better standard.

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Club statement

THERE has been a great deal of media speculation regarding the appointment of a new manager. We assure all supporters that they will be the first to know when we are certain we have someone with the correct qualities required by our club.

The Chairman made it clear at the AGM that the club did not consider there to be an outstanding candidate among those who had applied for the position and the club was therefore considering managers currently under contract. This requires permission from their present clubs.

The position of Rangers manager requires an ability to win football matches and the mentality to cope with the demanding off-pitch environment that goes with being the Rangers manager. This is a critical aspect of our assessment of any candidate during the interview process.

After the two games against Aberdeen, we requested permission to engage with their manager to assess his readiness and willingness to consider the Rangers position. This was declined. We were subsequently made aware by Aberdeen’s statement that, at this stage in his career, it would be best for him to remain in his current post. We endorse that position because moving to a massive club like Rangers is a big step with concomitant risk. We continue to consider candidates but will only appoint someone in whom we have full confidence and who feels he is ready for the job.

In the meantime, we have great confidence in Graeme Murty, who will continue as interim manager at least until the end of the year. The manner in which he has approached this task is a credit to himself and the club.:duh:

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10 minutes ago, Rangers_no1 said:

Wasn't massively struck on McInnes, but the ones celebrating might want to wait until they see who is appointed as our next manager, because it could be someone pretty bad. Also don't get this massive praise for MPH either, someone many wouldn't have ever heard of prior to a couple of months ago. Not knocking his record, he's done well, but at a poor level and has moved around clubs often even after a season. 

Some even said they don't want McInnes as we're a completely different level when it comes to managing, which is 100% accurate, but the exact same notion applies to MPH.

If Belgium and Holland are on a poor level, then where's the SPL? 

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9 minutes ago, cd true bluenose said:

 

still got to out do the sheep surely :whistle:

I am not sure what to think now mate :hmmm: I think he will know what it will take to challenge 'them' and maybe he did not get that confirmed in a satisfactory way. I suppose I should add he probably shat it. :lol:

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3 minutes ago, Smile said:

THERE has been a great deal of media speculation regarding the appointment of a new manager. We assure all supporters that they will be the first to know when we are certain we have someone with the correct qualities required by our club.

The Chairman made it clear at the AGM that the club did not consider there to be an outstanding candidate among those who had applied for the position and the club was therefore considering managers currently under contract. This requires permission from their present clubs.

The position of Rangers manager requires an ability to win football matches and the mentality to cope with the demanding off-pitch environment that goes with being the Rangers manager. This is a critical aspect of our assessment of any candidate during the interview process.

After the two games against Aberdeen, we requested permission to engage with their manager to assess his readiness and willingness to consider the Rangers position. This was declined. We were subsequently made aware by Aberdeen’s statement that, at this stage in his career, it would be best for him to remain in his current post. We endorse that position because moving to a massive club like Rangers is a big step with concomitant risk. We continue to consider candidates but will only appoint someone in whom we have full confidence and who feels he is ready for the job.

In the meantime, we have great confidence in Graeme Murty, who will continue as interim manager at least until the end of the year. The manner in which he has approached this task is a credit to himself and the club.

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Cant believe im saying this, but McLaren is probably the one I would go for.

MPH could be good, but I think he is probably too expensive and there is just something about him that shouts "disaster!".

McLaren is a joke figure, but for some reason I think he could do a job.

There is absolutely no logic behind anything im saying. I may even be having a stroke.

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2 minutes ago, Smile said:

Club statement

THERE has been a great deal of media speculation regarding the appointment of a new manager. We assure all supporters that they will be the first to know when we are certain we have someone with the correct qualities required by our club.

The Chairman made it clear at the AGM that the club did not consider there to be an outstanding candidate among those who had applied for the position and the club was therefore considering managers currently under contract. This requires permission from their present clubs.

The position of Rangers manager requires an ability to win football matches and the mentality to cope with the demanding off-pitch environment that goes with being the Rangers manager. This is a critical aspect of our assessment of any candidate during the interview process.

After the two games against Aberdeen, we requested permission to engage with their manager to assess his readiness and willingness to consider the Rangers position. This was declined. We were subsequently made aware by Aberdeen’s statement that, at this stage in his career, it would be best for him to remain in his current post. We endorse that position because moving to a massive club like Rangers is a big step with concomitant risk. We continue to consider candidates but will only appoint someone in whom we have full confidence and who feels he is ready for the job.

In the meantime, we have great confidence in Graeme Murty, who will continue as interim manager at least until the end of the year. The manner in which he has approached this task is a credit to himself and the club.

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15 minutes ago, Bears r us said:

Never watch the Jungle thingy mate, but if you say that is the way forward then why not. :whistle:

I don’t watch it either but heard they had Fell put with Wise on the news for bullying some no mark and the penny dropped :mutley:

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3 minutes ago, Smile said:

Club statement

THERE has been a great deal of media speculation regarding the appointment of a new manager. We assure all supporters that they will be the first to know when we are certain we have someone with the correct qualities required by our club.

The Chairman made it clear at the AGM that the club did not consider there to be an outstanding candidate among those who had applied for the position and the club was therefore considering managers currently under contract. This requires permission from their present clubs.

The position of Rangers manager requires an ability to win football matches and the mentality to cope with the demanding off-pitch environment that goes with being the Rangers manager. This is a critical aspect of our assessment of any candidate during the interview process.

After the two games against Aberdeen, we requested permission to engage with their manager to assess his readiness and willingness to consider the Rangers position. This was declined. We were subsequently made aware by Aberdeen’s statement that, at this stage in his career, it would be best for him to remain in his current post. We endorse that position because moving to a massive club like Rangers is a big step with concomitant risk. We continue to consider candidates but will only appoint someone in whom we have full confidence and who feels he is ready for the job.

In the meantime, we have great confidence in Graeme Murty, who will continue as interim manager at least until the end of the year. The manner in which he has approached this task is a credit to himself and the club.:duh:

I dont see the viking helmet?

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Thought there would have been a statement. Reading between the lines it looks like McInnes has chosen the safe option and did not fancy the pressure.  That's fair enough (if true).

As most will probably agree though there are two sides to every story and I don't think it's as straight forward as that makes it sound.

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There is chat on FF that he wanted TD in with him and we wouldn't agree to that 

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3 minutes ago, Smile said:

THERE has been a great deal of media speculation regarding the appointment of a new manager. We assure all supporters that they will be the first to know when we are certain we have someone with the correct qualities required by our club.

The Chairman made it clear at the AGM that the club did not consider there to be an outstanding candidate among those who had applied for the position and the club was therefore considering managers currently under contract. This requires permission from their present clubs.

The position of Rangers manager requires an ability to win football matches and the mentality to cope with the demanding off-pitch environment that goes with being the Rangers manager. This is a critical aspect of our assessment of any candidate during the interview process.

After the two games against Aberdeen, we requested permission to engage with their manager to assess his readiness and willingness to consider the Rangers position. This was declined. We were subsequently made aware by Aberdeen’s statement that, at this stage in his career, it would be best for him to remain in his current post. We endorse that position because moving to a massive club like Rangers is a big step with concomitant risk. We continue to consider candidates but will only appoint someone in whom we have full confidence and who feels he is ready for the job.

In the meantime, we have great confidence in Graeme Murty, who will continue as interim manager at least until the end of the year. The manner in which he has approached this task is a credit to himself and the club.

 

Told you, only option the Board had.

 

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6 minutes ago, Smile said:

I actually watched a video on Davies on youtube he was meticulous in everything he did, People always state he's a headcase who loves to battle with Boards. I dunno what we will do now.

I'm a little bias having played in the same school team as Davies but because of that I've followed his career closely and imo he's got a better CV than Mcinnes. He does have a chip on his shoulder but if you listen  to any of his ex players they speak very highly of him. Why not give him till end of season to see if he behaves himself for I've no doubt  he'd get it right on the park.

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