Stuart McCall New Manager of Rangers
Bradford City legend and former Rangers player Stuart McCall was this week appointed the new manager of Glasgow Rangers and this afternoon he held his first managers press conference ahead of Saturdays game with Livingstone.
McCall admitted his team selection for tomorrow’s Championship game with Livingston will be a last minute decision. The new boss has had less than 48 hours with his players and he says it will be hard to pick Rangers best eleven.
Speaking at the press conference new manager Stuart McCall said: “I’m sure that I could have 50 different Rangers supporters sitting in this room with me and they would all pick a different side, because there hasn’t been enough consistency.
I’m sure the players are all big enough and honest enough to admit that nobody has played to the potential and that can be for a number of reasons of course. I will take all of the responsibility of picking teams, tactics and selections, but the buck stops with me and my staff.
No matter what the score this Saturday afternoon against Livingstone, I’am sure Stuart McCall will receive full backing from all of his supporters south of the border in the City of Bradford.