Rangers’ interim boss Graeme Murty has stated his Rangers team is not set up to fight, as the latest shambolic first half ends with the Ibrox men trailing 1-0 at the hands of an abysmal Inverness side.
During his pre-match interview the temporary coach conceded that his XI is not built to fight for the cause, saying:
“We’re not set up to fight. We’re set up to dominate the ball”
Rangers fans worried their team was not committing to the cause now have vindication with a manager who appears to be continuing his predecessor’s fine work in building a Rangers side who could not give a hoot about results.
He further added that his players had given him a lift this week following the Dundee calamity, and fans can feel further reassured they truly have a coach incapable of inspiring the team and happily admitting that is the case.