Rangers Confirm Mark Warburton As New Bossby Mick Bates / 15 June 2015, 16:00Tweet
The last few seasons have witnessed a turbulent time for Rangers with relegation, court cases, buy-outs, manager exits, will the team finally see some stability ahead of the 2015/16 season?
Mark Warburton has officially become the 15th manager at Rangers and the first Englishman in the role, signing a three-year contract at Ibrox, he has been joined by his former assistant at Brentford, David Weir.
Warburton's main task with the Scottish giants will be returning the side to Scottish Premiership, a task they failed to achieve in the 2014/15 season when they lost 6-1 (on aggregate) to Motherwell although he has stated that he must find a long-term solution for the club and not look for quick fixes.
"It is about firm foundations, not short-term fixes," said Warburton, before adding "But any competition you enter, you go to win it."
Warburton takes over the reigns at Ibrox from Stuart McCall who had been given the role on a short-term basis in March and had been tasked with a return to the SPL.
Rangers are currently priced at 10/11 to win the Scottish Championship and return to the SPL.