Former Rangers boss opens up on if he regrets his time at Ibrox
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Ally McCoist opens up on if he regrets time as Rangers manager

Former Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists that he has no regrets over his time in the Ibrox dugout – and said that he’ll love the club for the rest of his life.
After an iconic career as a striker at Ibrox, McCoist assisted Walter Smith before replacing him in the hot seat at one of the most tumultuous times in the club’s history.

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McCoist admits that he regrets what happened to the club after demotion to the Third Division but is adamant he doesn’t regret being the one in the dugout at the time.
“Do I regret it? No I don’t. I really don’t. It’s my club that I have supported and loved and will continue to love for the rest of my life,” McCoist told TalkSport, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.

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“People say you must regret it a little bit, I regret what happened but I don’t regret being in charge at that time.”
McCoist has been out of the game since leaving Rangers and now works regularly as a pundit.

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After everything that happened during McCoist’s reign, it’s hard to see how anyone would have come out of that scenario looking much better given the shambles the club was.
With things finally heading in the right direction, the last decade should be a stark reminder of just how bad things can get if the club isn’t being run properly.

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