Giovanni van Bronckhorst has shared a picture on his official Instagram account of him signing the contract which makes him the 17th permanent manager in Rangers’ history.
The former Feyenoord boss was at Hampden to watch Rangers lose 3-1 against Hibs to continue our recent hoodoo at the national stadium.
The Dutchman officially starts work today and his first match will be the crunch tie against Sparta Prague in the Europa League.
The picture on Instagram will make every Rangers fan happier that the deal is signed and sealed, and we have a man ready to take the club into a new era.
After the performance against Hibs, van Bronckhorst might find sweeping changes are required if we are to get back to winning ways.
There are too many players who are coasting through matches right now. When a new manager arrives at a club, it usually means a fresh start for all players.
This could give chances to certain fringe players who are looking to impress and give the manager plenty of headaches when it comes to picking the team for the Sparta Prague clash.
The Dutchman will find himself thrust into the hectic schedule that awaits the side as two games lie ahead this week.
This could well be music to the new managers’ ears as he looks to get off to a great start.
A win in Europe against Sparta Prague will certainly boost the confidence around Ibrox.