Ally McCoist Shares What He’s Heard About Rangers New Manager Interviews

Ally McCoist has unleashed a barrage of criticism, labeling the current state of affairs at Ibrox as “carnage.” The diatribe comes as the club’s performance continues to plummet, most recently evidenced by their defeat against Aris Limassol in the Europa League.

The match saw Steven Davis stepping into the role of interim manager, following the abrupt sacking of Michael Beale. However, Davis could do little to salvage the situation, leaving the Rangers with another disappointing result in Cyprus. The team’s struggles have cast a long shadow over Ibrox, prompting severe scrutiny.

Speaking as a guest on talkSPORT during a charity bike ride on October 6th, McCoist spared no words in his assessment of the dire situation. He remarked, “It’s been carnage. It was poor last night – really, really poor. I watched it, and we’re just going to have to change direction and get somebody in.”

As rumors continue to swirl about potential candidates, including the likes of Frank Lampard, McCoist emphasized the critical nature of the impending managerial decision. He expressed, “But this time, 100 per cent, Rangers have got to get it right in terms of the next manager. You’ve got to be honest; it’s not been good enough by any stretch of the imagination.”

McCoist’s candid remarks underline the urgency facing Rangers as they strive to regain their footing and restore their former glory. The club’s faithful fans will undoubtedly be monitoring developments closely, hopeful that the chaos McCoist referred to can soon be quelled with a wise and strategic managerial appointment.