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BRIAN LAUDRUP: Rangers need a manager who can hit the ground running and be spot-on in every signing


Rangers have made the right decision by sacking Giovanni van Bronckhorst. I’ve said before on numerous occasions that it’s terrible that we were talking about him leaving Ibrox six months after a tremendous end to last season with a Europa League final appearance and winning the Scottish Cup.

Having taken over from Steven Gerrard 12 months ago, with not a lot of time to implement his ideas on another manager’s team, I thought he did very well initially.

And when last season ended on a high, we went into the new campaign expecting Van Bronckhorst to really stamp his vision on things so we could see exactly what he wanted to do. I’d have loved to have seen him flourish in the job.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s body language had been a bone of contention this season

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s body language had been a bone of contention this season

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