Journalist drops early Rangers update on Philippe Clement

Rangers has set its sights on reclaiming the Scottish Premiership title, and it seems that they have found the ideal candidate to steer them in the right direction. Philippe Clement, the newly appointed Rangers boss, has both the “personality and coaching credentials” to guide the Gers to success, according to journalist Dean Jones. In a recent update provided to GIVEMESPORT, Jones shed light on Clement’s appointment, highlighting the potential he brings to the iconic Ibrox Stadium.

The hierarchy at Glasgow giants Rangers wasted no time in making a pivotal change in the dugout ahead of the upcoming domestic campaign. The team’s fans can anticipate a fresh start with Philippe Clement at the helm, as they prepare for a clash against Hibernian this weekend.

Clement’s commitment to the club is not a short-term one. According to Sky Sports, he has signed a contract that secures his position at Ibrox until 2027. His appointment as Rangers’ new manager comes at a crucial time when the team seeks a resurgence in form after a lackluster season.

Dean Jones recently expressed his approval of Rangers’ decision to pursue Philippe Clement as their manager. Jones believes that Rangers made the right choice by opting for a manager known for his tactical acumen rather than someone famous for their exploits on the pitch, such as Frank Lampard, who was initially considered for the role.

Jones is convinced that Clement’s experience makes him perfectly suited to tackle the challenges that lie ahead. He believes that Clement will not be overawed by the task of guiding Rangers to success, particularly after an underwhelming start to the season that saw them lag behind Old Firm rivals Celtic and exit the Champions League before the group stage.

In his own words, Jones told GIVEMESPORT, “The manager has a very good track record at some clubs that you could take seriously. He knows what it’s going to take to be successful at a club like Rangers. There’s not an immediate attachment to the support base, but he is coming in at a time when he has got an opportunity to take the team in one direction. Things have been so bad recently that, surely, this team can only move upwards. I think Rangers really need this appointment to be right because there have been a lot of changes in the last few years, and they need some consistency. From what I’ve heard of him so far, his personality and coaching credentials can really push Rangers back to where they expect to be, which is challenging to win the Scottish Premiership.”