Graeme Murty is to remain in charge of Rangers at least until the weekend, according to Sky Sources.
The U20s coach has been thrust into the spotlight since the trio’s departure, and has overseen two senior matches since Rangers began the search for a permanent replacement, but with the latest reports suggesting there is no rush to find a new man, his position will remain for the time being.
The preference is said to be to find a Director of Football first, then secure the right coach under his charge, and interviews are taking place this week to find the right duo with which to go forward.
But as said there is apparently no urgency to pick someone, and Rangers’ board are taking their time regarding the right man for the job; the DoF model and coach is definitely the direction Rangers’ hierarchy want to go in it appears.
We will see how it all develops.