New Rangers assistant manager Dave Vos was spotted with the Rangers squad as the Dutch coach took up his role in the backroom staff for the first time against Hibs.
Rangers fans were excited to hear that Dave Vos would be joining the club after a stint in charge of the Ajax B team and over 10 years working in the Dutch club’s Academy.
Taking to the club’s backroom staff for the first time against Hibs, it was an interesting match to get your first professional introduction to Rangers.
Gers fans were once again in loud voice for the trip to Edinburgh and by 90 minutes had the Easter Road South Stand rocking with reimagined ABBA classics.
Rangers won a difficult game 1-0 courtesy of a Kemar Roofe penalty after Ryan Porteous had handed the Gers the chance with a late foul on Ryan Kent.
The victory means it’s three out of three for our new coaching staff as a whole and that Dave Vos managed a victory in his first game as Rangers assistant.
Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst had been tracking Dave Vos for a while
Manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst has previously spoken about the appointment of Vos and claims it’s something he’s been considering for a while.
“I spoke with Dave a couple of times this year in looking for potential new assistants of mine,” said van Bronckhorst [Glasgow Times].
“I heard really good things about him in the youth set-up of Ajax, also with the Royal association (Dutch FA).
“I wanted to talk to him and see how he thinks about football and how he develops his players. He is a very young coach, very talented.
“I saw in him a good assistant for me because I think he will help me with developing the squad, helping the players also individually. I am really happy with him joining me with this club.”
Dave Vos joins Roy Makaay (first-team coach), Arno Phillips (fitness coach) and Yori Bosschart (video analyst) on Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s backroom staff.
Meanwhile, fans have criticised a former Ibrox player for a disagreeable claim regarding the awarding of a Rangers penalty.