Rangers Legend Allan McGregor Hints at Coaching Role, But Insists He’s “Enjoying Himself”

Former Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has refused to rule out a return to Ibrox in a coaching capacity, but stressed he’s not actively seeking such a role at the moment.

The 41-year-old hung up his gloves last year after a stellar career, primarily spent with his boyhood club Rangers. McGregor made over 500 appearances for the Gers, establishing himself as a true legend.

On the “Golf Life” podcast hosted by Jimmy Bullard and Tubes, McGregor was asked about a potential coaching return to Rangers. “If the question got asked,” McGregor said. “Coaching? I feel like I want to want to do it rather than people say ‘you’ve got the experience, you should do it,’” He continued, “That time might come soon but I am just enjoying myself.”

McGregor also spoke about his most memorable games as a Ranger. “It’s a difficult question because there are so many good memories,” he admitted. “I think any time you win a trophy is always good. Obviously beating your rivals is always good as well. I had some good European runs. Got to the UEFA Cup Final a couple of years ago, unfortunately we couldn’t win, but still what we done in that season was incredible, the teams we beat. In this day in age, with the budget the club has to get there was incredible.”