Next Rangers boss tips
FootyOn experts give next Rangers boss tips, with Pedro Caixinha and Alex McLeish odds still leading the way.
Following former manager Mark Warburton’s departure in early February, the club still haven’t named a replacement.
Being on a winless run of four in the Scottish Premiership – losing three of them – Gers really need to step up the pace to name a new man in charge.
So, read on for our next Rangers boss tips…
Relatively unknown Portuguese manager Caixinha currently leads the way in the next Rangers boss tips betting at 13/5 with Paddy Power.
Having been reportedly recommended by a certain Jose Mourinho to manage in Scotland a few years ago, it seems that might now finally happen.
Like Mourinho, Caixinha didn’t really have a playing career of note, but he was most recently highly successful with Mexican club Santos Laguna.
Despite being born in Glasgow, McLeish never got to play for a team in the famous footballing city.
He did win almost everything possible with Aberdeen, however, and got to manage Rangers from 2001-2006, before taking over as Scotland boss.
After winning five major trophies with Gers, including two league titles, and leading them to the Champions League last 16, McLeish’s first spell didn’t end too well with fan protests calling for his head.
But with that now being over 10 years ago, the supporters have surely long forgotten.
You can snap up BetVictor’s price of 3/1!
Norwich City’s Neil is third in the next Rangers boss tips, not far behind the top two with most bookies.
But, again, BetVictor offer great odds of 6/1.
Scotsman Neil is still only 35, but has proven himself in his homeland by getting Hamilton Academical promoted while a player/manager.
With his Canaries struggling to get into the Championship play-offs this season, he might jump at the chance to take charge of Rangers.
Former Rangers captain and club hero Ferguson has recently played down his chances of taking over the Glasgow giants.
But that is not to say he wouldn’t accept the offer if given the opportunity.
Ferguson has experience being in charge of teams, having been caretaker of Blackpool for 20 games in 2014, while he recently quit Scottish League Two side Clyde.
He’s a best priced 16/1 chance with BetVictor to be next Gers manager.
The first non-Scot on this list, though like McLeish and Ferguson he has Birmingham City connections.
Rowett has become one of the most in-demand names in England, having worked wonders in charge of the Blues the last two seasons – before his shocking dismissal.
Rangers would do well to get his services, and the Worcestershire-born 42-year-old is 12/1 with Sky Bet to be their next boss.
Frank de Boer
De Boer is undoubtedly the biggest name on this list, and the former Rangers defender even hinted he’d be interested in talking with the club.
The Dutchman was highly successful in charge of his first team Ajax, winning four Eredivisie titles.
But he was far less successful at Inter Milan.
If you fancy De Boer to return to the Ibrox, he’s 25/1 with Paddy Power to do so next.
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All odds correct as of March 1st.