Rangers could give this man a quick return to
DATE: 27.10.2017 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2017-18
Ronald Koeman just
walked out at Everton, but could be the next man in at Rangers. A
challenge a number of big names would consider a top job
Ronald Koeman is not the only man linked to the vacancy, and another
Dutch, sacked earlier this season by Crystal Palace, Frank De Boer
could look at this as a chance to be manager at his former club.
Rangers is a big club and whoever gets the job will be able to form
a ship that can sail and be a steady competitor in the Champions
League, and of course again become the only club who in a way can
challenge Celtic in Scotland.
Derek McInnes who is in charge of Aberdeen is a name mentioned so is
Sam Allardyce. Allardyce might be tempted, since this is a type of
challenge that could trigger him. What about Harry Redknapp,
available and one who knows how to harvest fast.
New York City FC boss Patrick Vieira is also linked. To get back in
European football and be in charge of a club like Rangers would
probably be a challenge too good to durn down, and he would tick all
Rangers, as we all know, has been in a change over the last four of
five years and to get back to the top as fast as they did is of
course a great achievment, but the next step might be to get back
into Europe and be a real contender to Celtic and that is a
One person with experience from the highest level, or even from the
international schene is of course a thrill. Then to see the names of
Martin O'Neill, Alex McLeish and Chris Coleman surprises no one.
There are other people out there who are free and open for options.
This club needs an experience boss so Sven Goran Eriksson could be
one to consider, doing his best management at clubs such as Benfica.
Roma and Lazio.
The SPL is not the most exciting league in Europe, but if you can
get Rangers out there season after season, and also start to win
domestic trophies again, what a fantastic job to land.
Greame Murty is in temporary charge, while Rangers are searching for
their next manager. Former boss Ally McCoist has also made no secret
about his interest in returning to the club he was in charge of from
2011 to 2014.
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