Journalist Shares What Rangers Fans Would Love to See When New Manager Is Appointed

Rangers fans eagerly await the arrival of a new manager to steer their beloved club toward success. With the departure of Michael Beale due to the team’s disappointing start to the season, the future at Ibrox is filled with hope and anticipation.

Daily Record journalist Jack Herrall recently shared his insights, stating, “Rangers fans would ‘love to see’ Alex Lowry and Ianis Hagi flourish under the next manager of the club.”

Two players currently on loan from Rangers have been attracting attention with their performances at their respective loan clubs. Alex Lowry, who is showcasing his skills for Hearts in the Scottish Premiership, and Ianis Hagi, competing in La Liga with Alaves, are the focal points of this discussion.

Jack Herrall noted, “Alex Lowry is currently enjoying a solid start to his Tynecastle spell for Hearts with a dramatic late-winner against Killie at Rugby Park a highlight so far.”

Lowry’s impressive form has fueled optimism among Rangers supporters. They aspire to witness the club’s own youth talents, like Lowry, make a significant impact at Ibrox. In this regard, Herrall emphasized, “Ibrox fans would undoubtedly love to see both players flourish at the club, with youth players making good at their childhood clubs something all fans would want in the case of Lowry.”

Ianis Hagi, while not having as much playing time at Alaves, remains a player of great promise. He had previously endured a prolonged absence from football due to a knee injury, making his current journey in La Liga all the more remarkable. Despite his limited minutes on the field, the potential of Hagi shines through.

Herrall stated, “Ianis Hagi, who missed over a year of football due to a knee injury, is currently at La Liga side Alaves but has only played less than 300 minutes so far.” With his technical prowess and skill set, Rangers fans hold high hopes for his return to Ibrox, and they yearn for him to play a pivotal role in the club’s future.

The impending appointment of a new manager adds an element of uncertainty to the future of these two talented players. The next manager will play a crucial role in evaluating the squad and identifying areas for improvement. As Herrall aptly noted, “When the new gaffer is appointed, he’ll set about appraising his squad and identifying areas for improvement.”