Muscat & Bosz ‘drop out’ of Rangers manager race leaving Michael Beale

Muscat & Bosz ‘drop out’ of Rangers manager race leaving Michael Beale
HOUNSLOW, ENGLAND - JUNE 20: New QPR Head Coach Michael Beale talks to the media at the QPR Training Ground on June 20, 2022 in Hounslow, England. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

It appears Michael Beale is set to be new manager of Rangers after a host of managerial candidates fell by the wayside in the past 24+ hours.

The former assistant at Ibrox is said to be keen on coming to Rangers, which is no surprise given he’s been keen to return since he left, but reports suggest if Rangers make him the offer, he will accept and Ibrox will have a new manager before long.

This means a goodbye to candidates like Peter Bosz, Kevin Muscat, Sean Dyche, Ralph Hasenhuttl, and a fair few others to be linked in recent days, with the current Loftus Road manager said to be top priority now, even if compensation claims made yesterday’s aren’t quite true yet.

It seems inevitable Beale will become new manager, with Les Ferdinand admitting he wouldn’t block the man’s path if he wants to leave – but of course it does rather contradict Beale’s assertion he had ‘unfinished business’ in London, which would be disappointing for QPR fans.

Indeed, the harsh reality is he’d be doing what Gerrard did at Rangers, saying one thing then leaving shortly after, at pretty much the same time in the season.


It is what it is, and we’ve benefited and suffered in equal measure from this happening in football – Dundee suffered Kamara downing tools to join us, now it’s our turn to see it happening from the Finn. It is just part and parcel of the game and we will always benefit and suffer it as and when.

Is Beale the right man – well, he’s Ibrox Noise’s preferred candidate of all the choices, given he knows the SPL better than any of them, Rangers better than any of them, and was the main architect of 55 and our European exploits.

But hey, we will all have our preferences and time will tell what Rangers’ board goes with, but it looks like being the former Liverpool youth coach.

We do agree on getting a Scottish Rangers assistant – Neil McCann would be a hugely popular choice to have in there, and hopefully whoever gets the job will get such a partner.

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  1. Neil McCan, Barry Ferguson, big drunken Duncan would be absolutely perfect as an assistant/s, every one of them are one of us and know what it takes

    Look what happened with Sir Uncle Walter, number 2 to Souness, the man was and still is an absolute legend, we can become great again with them not shy about dropping the dead wood from the first team

    Bottom line is I’m absolutely delighted Gio has gone, now you will see our players give 110% every match, although l wished it happened much sooner

  2. It’s a damning indictment on our football when even our name and reputation doesn’t attract top candidates. Whilst I think Beale a Top Coach he’s no manager, but maybe that’s how our board wants to go. Neil McCann is a very good choice he knows what Rangers are all about, he is however a strong character who might not fit the assistant role . I still wanted Martindale, but he has since said he didn’t think it would be him at all. Without repeating myself too much however if we don’t get rid of DOF and change certain board members and make some serious money available then there is no point.

  3. Not my first choice i dont think hes what we need, but if it it is beale he’d need somebody with an experienced head as his #2. McCoist 🤷‍♂️

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