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In 12 months time we will be back in the SPL. I believe by that time a combination of criticism of Ally, one or two bad results, or a conscious decision by Ally that he has done his part in our return and leaves, will mean we need a new manager.

Can't see it being a foreign manager as there is no real incentive or prestige in managing a potentially underfunded club in Scotland.

Most English managers, especially good ones will be earning too much to consider the position.

So that leaves current Scottish managers, and in 12 months time one SPL manager will have achieved the success of finishing second (possibly third) to cellic in a one horse race, and imo will be touted as next Rangers manager.

So who do we think it will be ?

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In 12 months time we will be back in the SPL. I believe by that time a combination of criticism of Ally, one or two bad results, or a conscious decision by Ally that he has done his part in our return and leaves, will mean we need a new manager.

Can't see it being a foreign manager as there is no real incentive or prestige in managing a potentially underfunded club in Scotland.

Most English managers, especially good ones will be earning too much to consider the position.

So that leaves current Scottish managers, and in 12 months time one SPL manager will have achieved the success of finishing second (possibly third) to cellic in a one horse race, and imo will be touted as next Rangers manager.

So who do we think it will be ?

The problem with the managers in the spl , in my view , is that they've little experience in managing a club of our stature in what is an important time.

We might have to think outside the box on this one if Ally does go. I mean would we accept a more confrontational manager that might have a greater chance of success or play safe and go with those who have more Rangers leanings ?

Ideally someone who plays attacking football , has the experience of managing at a bigger club with success and also at the lower end where he has won , when being the under dog. One that can get the best out of players and can deal with the media with regards the pressures of managing a big club.

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In 12 months time we will be back in the SPL. I believe by that time a combination of criticism of Ally, one or two bad results, or a conscious decision by Ally that he has done his part in our return and leaves, will mean we need a new manager.

Can't see it being a foreign manager as there is no real incentive or prestige in managing a potentially underfunded club in Scotland.

Most English managers, especially good ones will be earning too much to consider the position.

So that leaves current Scottish managers, and in 12 months time one SPL manager will have achieved the success of finishing second (possibly third) to cellic in a one horse race, and imo will be touted as next Rangers manager.

So who do we think it will be ?

You ( almost) hit the nail on the head with this - if Ally comes any place but second in his first season folk will still be baying for his blood instead of supporting him and then looking to replace him with someone who probably comes second that season! Ally has a thankless task with some folk!

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Derek McInnes is my first choice.

If not, I'd like Billy Davies after that documentary that was on about him.

The time and effort he puts into his job is everything a Rangers manager should have.

I think if McCoists at the helm this time next year, we won't be promoted anyway.

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In 12 months time we will be back in the SPL. I believe by that time a combination of criticism of Ally, one or two bad results, or a conscious decision by Ally that he has done his part in our return and leaves, will mean we need a new manager.

Can't see it being a foreign manager as there is no real incentive or prestige in managing a potentially underfunded club in Scotland.

Most English managers, especially good ones will be earning too much to consider the position.

So that leaves current Scottish managers, and in 12 months time one SPL manager will have achieved the success of finishing second (possibly third) to cellic in a one horse race, and imo will be touted as next Rangers manager.

So who do we think it will be ?

McCoist was on over £800K a year, and then was getting his salary reduced by half. How many Managers outside EPL in England are on this kind of wage ??

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