Michael Beale’s Rangers’ tenure is looking dicey after following the pattern of other exiting Rangers ex-employees by changing his social media pic to non-Rangers and unfollowing the private Instagram page.
Following up from Fashion Sakala and Glen Kamara doing the same thing and changing their social media and unfollowing that private Rangers Insta page, it does look a bit suspicious to say the least that Beale has done this, and if history has taught us anything, it’s that Beale’s future at Ibrox might now be very bleak.
When players leave Rangers, they tend to change their social media pictures and bios (excluding Alfredo Morelos, curiously) as well as unfollowing the private squad Instagram account. Sakala and Kamara notably did this and we saw what happened thereafter.
Even more scathingly, his display photo is back to his QPR gear, a photo of himself applauding after a match against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light August 13th last year.
It’s all very, very suspicious and if Michael Beale was staying at Rangers, there is simply no way he’d have done this.
He would not have unfollowed the private page and he wouldn’t have put a photo of himself in QPR gear back up on Instagram.
If, however, he’s staying at Rangers it’s a bizarre and frankly shocking message for fans and makes absolutely no sense.
The only way it makes sense is if Rangers have relieved him of his duties or he’s done it himself.