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Rangers are on the hunt for a new manager after Mark Wurbuton left his position at the club. Warburton joined the club in June 2015, replacing Stuart McCall in the dugout. The former Brentford boss led the Gers to the Scottish Championship and Challenge Cup double in his first season, but had come under pressure of late following a dip in form.
Caretaker boss Graeme Murty, former manager Alex McLeish and Alan Pardew all feature in the betting. Click on the odds below to place your bets.
Rangers are the most successful team domestically in Scotland having won the League title a remarkable 54 times in their history, which is also a World Record. Along with their 54 League crowns Rangers have also won a record 26 Scottish League Cups and 33 Scottish Cups, so their fans are used to and expect success each and every season.
During the 1990's Rangers completely dominated Scottish Football winning an incredible nine league titles in-a-row with near neighbours and rivals Celtic unable to match the Ibrox side on or off the pitch. However, following that run they slipped of the pace and have struggled financially and fell behind Celtic on the pitch, until recently when Walter Smith returned to the club to guide them to three successive titles between 2009 and 2011.
Rangers have reaped 6 wins in the last 10 games, beating Greenock Morton, Motherwell, Motherwell, Inverness CT, Hamilton Academical and Hearts. 1 draws against St Johnstone and defeats to Dundee, Hearts and Celtic has seen them score 15 at an average of 1.5 goals per game while shipping 12.
Next Rangers Manager Odds
|25 Feb||Inverness CT||15:00||Rangers|
|01 Mar||Rangers||19:45||St Johnstone|
|18 Mar||Rangers||15:00||Hamilton Academical|
|25 Feb||@ Inverness CT||15:00|
|01 Mar||vs St Johnstone||19:45|
|11 Mar||@ Celtic||15:00|
|18 Mar||vs Hamilton Academical||15:00|
|01 Apr||vs Motherwell||14:00|
|05 Apr||@ Kilmarnock||18:45|