Murty wants winning farewell at Rangers
GLASGOW: Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has challenged his players to aspire for greatness in their Scottish Cup quarter-final against Hamilton today in what will likely be his last match in charge.
Glasgow giants ended a run of four games without a win on
Hyndman fired in a lastminute winner to seal a 3-2 victory over St Johnstone.
It gave Murty his first league win since the former Under-20s coach was thrust into the Ibrox hotseat following the departure of Mark Warburton and his managerial team.
Rangers have struggled to adapt to life back in the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish Cup remains their only hope of a trophy this season.
Murty was delighted to have finally got a win following two back-to-back defeat but insists he wants more from his players as they attempt to book their place in the last four of the competition.
Rangers are expected to name a new manager next week with Portuguese coach Pedro Caixinha the favourite to take over.
Celtic will continue their quest for a first domestic treble since 2001 when they take on St Mirren tomorrow.
The match at Parkhead against the Championship strugglers will mark Celtic’s first game since the death of former player Tommy Gemmell, who inspired the club to glory in the 1967 European Cup.
TODAY: Rangers v Hamilton, Hibernian v Ayr United; TOMORROW: Celtic v St Mirren, Aberdeen v Partick Thistle.