Dave King has promised Rangers fans the club’s search for a new boss is almost complete, insisting a ‘knee-jerk appointment’ would have been wrong.
The Ibrox chairman – who was speaking as he addressed the club’s annual general meeting – added his board were not wrong to appoint former manager Pedro Caixinha despite having to sack him after just seven months in charge.
The Portuguese coach was axed five weeks ago but the protracted appointment process which has left under-20s coach Graeme Murty in caretaker command has frustrated supporters.
Dave King promised fans a new manager of Rangers will be appointed soon
Rangers have still not replaced Pedro Caixinha after sacking the former boss five weeks ago
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has been strongly linked with the job but no approach has yet been made and the Pittodrie boss insisted last week he was happy to stay put in the Granite City.
But now King has revealed he expects to be able to update fans soon on the hunt as he confirmed the club was prepared to talk to candidates already in employment.
Addressing around 2,000 shareholders at the Clyde Auditorium in…