Rangers decided to show Giovanni van Bronckhorst the exit door after falling nine points behind Celtic in the Scottish Premiership title race and enduring the worst Champions League group stage campaign in the history of the competition. Not many could have predicted the Dutchman to be gone before Christmas coming into the season.
Former Ajax manager Aad de Mos has claimed Rangers were too small a club to participate in the Champions League this year as he backed the sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst. The Ibrox club suffered the worst group stage ever in the history of the competition as they lost all six of their matches and posted a goal difference of -20.
QPR have notified a string of top agents that they are on the hunt for a new manager, according to reports. The London club's current boss Michael Beale looks set to join Rangers after they sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst earlier this week. The Daily Record have now reported that QPR...
There’s a fair bit of uncertainty surrounding QPR at the moment amid links between Rangers and manager Mick Beale. The 42-year-old only took charge of the Championship club in the summer but has already turned down Wolves and is now reportedly the Ibrox outfit’s top target after enjoying a successful three-year spell in Glasgow as Steven Gerrard’s assistant.
If one thing is clear on the arrival of Michael Beale (with information coming in that the announcement is now imminent), it’s that it changes nothing with regards Glen Kamara and Alfredo Morelos. Both of them want out, a change of scenery, and feel it’s time to move on...
QPR boss Michael Beale to be granted permission to open Rangers talks - with Ibrox officials keen to make appointment next week
QPR boss Michael Beale is expected to be given permission to open talks with Rangers as the Ibrox club are poised to make an official approach for their preferred No1 candidate. Light Blues directors Stewart Robertson and Ross Wilson have been working through a six-man shortlist in London since taking...
Michael Beale is currently odds-on to become the next Rangers manager after the Ibrox club sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst this week. The former Gers assistant is currently boss at QPR and it is understood a formal approach will be made in the coming days. Beale is said to be interested...
A company which is seeking nearly £10m in damages from Rangers has gone into administration, just hours after winning a discovery claim against the Ibrox club. Elite Sports Group is the partner of Hummel in the UK and lodged a complaint against the Premiership giants after they inked a deal with Castore.
Simon Jordan has admitted his surprise as Michael Beale looks set to be named the next manager of Rangers. The Ibrox club are set to approach the current QPR manager as they look to replace the axed Giovanni van Bronckhorst. Beale was an assistant at Ibrox under Steven Gerrard and...
MARTIN O'NEILL has claimed Rangers need a major rebuild in January if they are to compete with Celtic. The former Parkhead boss reckons serious business must be done by the next Rangers boss in his first transfer window to "battle it out" with Celtic. O'Neill - speaking on Go Radio's...
Celtic’s squad has undergone a remarkable transformation since the arrival of Ange Postecoglou as manager. The Australian has certainly come with his own ideas and they have worked out quite well for the Hoops, who have gone from finishing 25 points behind the Rangers to Premiership champions. This time around, they are leading the league by nine points after 15 games and the Ibrox club have already shown Giovanni van Bronckhorst the exit door.
Former Rangers chairman Dave King has staged a hilarious climbdown from his famous “pack of cards” comments regarding the dynamic between Celtic and Rangers in Glasgow. King famously said upon the appointment of Steven Gerrard in 2018 that all the Ibrox club would need to end Celtic’s dominance of Scottish football was a single league title, with a lone triumph enough to make Rangers the overarching force in Scottish football again.
Mick Beale: Rangers prepare to approach QPR for permission to negotiate with head coach | Football news
Rangers are expected to seek permission from Queens Park Rangers to speak with head coach Mick Beale about the vacant managerial position at Ibrox. If allowed, it is believed that Beale – who has a good relationship with figures in the club – would be interested in holding talks about becoming Rangers’ 18th full-time coach, after the dismissal of Giovanni van Bronckhorst on Monday.
So, it’s looking more and more likely that Michael Beale will be taking the Ibrox hot seat in the coming days. He clearly enjoyed his time there. If he hadn’t, he wouldn’t be giving up a realistic shot at the Premier League with QPR, would he?. Although...
London talks ongoing as Rangers need to meet Michael Beale demands. Rangers are in talks with alternative candidates for their manager position in case they cannot meet the financial demands of Michael Beale. The current Queens Park Rangers manager is the frontrunner for the job, with some suggestions that a...
I’m supposed to be off for the next few days, but I have a feeling that I am going to need to keep close to the PC because the Ibrox operation is about to embark on its latest Road To Nowhere. If all the reports are to be believed, it’s going to be Beale.