Mark Warburton’s Rangers reign was resided over with a magic hat, but not the magic touch.
Granted, in his first season he transformed the club. He had fans chanting going for 55 before we’d made it back to the top.
In his first season in the top flight he was humbled and jumped ship when the going got tough.
One of the biggest complaints from Warburton’s Rangers reign was the amount of deadwood he left behind. Now Josh Windass has joined Wigan, of the 30 signed, only four full time players remain. Holt and Doodoo are on loan at Fleetwood Town and Blackpool respectively.
Captain fantastic. If anything, the interest from West Brom in the last 48 hours has simply galvanised our relationship with the flying wing back. He’s ours, and unless you value you him as much as we do, he’ll very much be staying that way. THE signing of the Warburton reign and could become our longest serving first teamer if Wallace moves on.
Reports had linked the English goalkeeper with a move to Blackburn, but he has stayed at Ibrox and is eager to win back his place. Still only 27, he has a long way to go before he gets the experience that 36-year-old Allan McGregor has. It might look like he’s got one foot out the door, but he’s not quite leaving the party yet.
Rangers born and bred, the passionate Glaswegian is still plugging away in the background. Getting by on hard-work and mentality, many fans have questioned his ability on the field. In fact, many are astounded he still manages to get a run out. A Rangers fan, and Warburton did the right thing signing him at the time.
The player on the list who has never really had the chance to shine at Ibrox. An undoubted young talent, injury has hampered the combative midfielder from developing as fans hoped. A captain at England youth level he was once compared to manager Gerrard whilst at Liverpool. There’s still time, and with patience, he could prove himself to be a top player.