MURTY HAILS GERS’ PRO­FES­SION­AL­ISM

Evening Telegraph (First Edition) - - Uk World Today -

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.

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