Rangers chiefs hold summit with players to re-assure progress being made

As reported by The Daily Record, Rangers chiefs have been forced to hold a meeting with players at Auchenhowie to re-assure them that their leadership crisis is coming to an end.

What’s the story?

It’s been almost a month since Mark Warburton departed Rangers and left the team without a firm authority figure to lead the team. Graeme Murty has done his best but the inexperienced U20s coach is no match for a permanent manager that has the potential to led them into a new era.

That may be why, as The Record reports, Managing Director Stewart Robertson and Andrew Dickson travelled to Rangers’ training complex at Auchenhowie to re-assure the squad that they believe Pedro Caixinha will arrive as Ibrox boss very shortly.

The Portuguese manager is said to be arriving in Glasgow ahead of Sunday’s massive clash with Celtic, although it looks as though Graeme Murty will take charge of the team having prepared for the match in training all week.

Record sources in the Middle East say he’s now been given permission to sign what will be a three-year contract with the Ibrox side.

Interesting times ahead in Scotland as Rangers try to assemble a squad to rival the dominant Celtic.

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