Three things Graeme Murty must do to stop the rot at Rangers

Rangers’ U20s manager Graeme Murty has played a critical role a the club in 2017. Not just tasked with bringing on the club’s youth talent, he’s been given the role of caretaker of the first team not once but twice. In the wake of Pedro Caixinha’s departure this week, the decision makers at Ibrox didn’t waste any time in putting him charge of first team affairs, starting with this weekend’s trip to Hearts.

After a number of poor results in the league already this season, it’s vitally important that he brings a bit of stability and stops the downward spiral that threatens to derail Rangers’ entire season. Already five points behind Aberdeen and eight behind Celtic, they simply can’t afford to have anything but a period of success under Murty while a new manager is sorted out.

To do that, he must take THREE simple but critical steps and bring authority back to a first team squad that has been ill-disciplined and out-fought in recent weeks and months…