Ally McCoist to remain in charge of Rangers for Livingston clashby Jack Kitson / 18 December 2014, 10:08Tweet
Ally McCoist will remain in charge of Rangers for Saturday's match at home to Livingston. It's been a whirlwind week at Ibrox, but the club have confirmed that the Gers legend will still be in the dugout for the Scottish Championship clash. However, what happens after the weekend is still clouded in mystery, although speculation is brewing that McCoist's future at the Glasgow club is likely to be decided on Monday at the AGM.
Last week McCoist dramatically tendered his resignation, just hours before Rangers' second-tier clash at Queen of the South. The 52-year-old remained at the helm for the match - a shock 2-0 defeat - as he entered into a 12-month notice period, with a significantly enhanced salary. Nearly a week later and not once has McCoist's future been out of the spotlight, with the club reportedly unable to pay-off their all-time top goalscorer due to depleted finances.
Rangers now head into this weekend'sfixture with Livingston nine points adrift of table-toppers Hearts, having also played a game more than the pacesetters. The Gers have been installed as the red-hot 1/5 favourites with William Hill to return to winning ways back on home soil, although they are out at 4/1 to claw their way back and win the league.
With McCoist's long-term future at the club still shredded in doubt it is worth taking a look at the Next Rangers Manager Market, which currently features the likes of Billy Davies, Terry Butcher and Stuart McCall as the main contenders.