MURTY HAILS GERS’ PROFESSIONALISM
RANGERS caretaker boss Graeme Murty has praised the attitude of the squad since he took charge.
Murty assumed the role of manager on a temporary basis following the departure of Pedro Caixinha in October.
Since then, he has led the club to two wins i n the Ladbrokes Premiership and has coaxed a reaction out of his players, including Kenny Miller who was left out of the squad towards the end of Caixinha’s turbulent reign.
Former Scotland international Murty has been delighted with the attitude of his squad, h o w e v e r, w h i c h w a s questioned under the previous regime following a high turnover of players.
Having taken over for a second spell, Murty said: “I have had that relationship before with some of them and I am starting to build that relationship now with some of the newer players and I am getting to know about them.
“I would like to praise their professionalism because it is not easy when a new voice and face comes in, it can be disconcerting but they have gone after it hard and worked really well.
“I have been impressed with the way they have integrated and interacted with one another which, if you believe reports from outside the club that was not always the case, but I haven’t found that to be true.”
Rangers play host t o Hamilton at I brox t his weekend.