By Mike Slater

20th Nov, 2022 | 12:10pm

Craig Moore could hold answers to next Rangers manager with Kevin Muscat meeting

Rangers are hovering over the sack button at Ibrox with Giovanni van Bronckhorst hanging onto his job by a thread it seems, even if he isn’t sacked during this break.

The Scottish Sun has reported that some of the board have lost faith in the Dutchman after crisis talks were held, but that has led to nothing so far.

Kevin Muscat is one name to be heavily linked with the job should Van Bronckhorst be kicked out, and former Rangers man Craig Moore has been spotted with him over in Australia.

Writing on his personal Twitter account, it appears as though Moore could hold all of the answers as to who could be next in the dugout at Ibrox moving forward.

“Just caught up with this guy,” he wrote.

“First time in a couple of years we have both been back same time in Oz. Tells me he won the league in Japan.

“Great to catch up with Musky.”


That is what we need.

We have heard completely nothing from the club as things stand, and they need to break that to tell us all whether Van Bronckhorst will be staying or leaving.

Good communication is critical for the fans, and the Ibrox board have shown nothing of the sort for years now, and it is more vital than ever right now given the horrors on show.

Moore has been quizzed on Muscat in the last couple of weeks after the links arrived, but he admitted that he knew nothing, something that may have changed.

Surely, off the record, he would have asked if the Australian would have been up for the top spot at Ibrox.

The comments of the above post were flooded with Bears asking if he is the next manager to lead the club, so it will be sooner rather than later before that truth breaks.

Until Van Bronckhorst is sacked though if he ever gets that treatment, we will never know with Muscat not even potentially in the running for the top spot.

All eyes are still on Ibrox.

In other Rangers news, the latest Ibrox conspiracy theory drummed up by Celtic fans is ridiculed by Gordon Parks