By Pranav Shahaney

29th Nov, 2022 | 7:10pm

Michael Beale is reportedly likely to hold his first press conference since being appointed Rangers manager on Thursday 1 December.

According to Rangers Review journalist Johnny McFarlane, the date has not been shared with the press just yet but it’s expected to be next month.

Beale was announced the new manager on 28 November after Gers sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst a week prior to that.

McFarlane wrote on Twitter, “It’s likely to be Thursday.”

Can’t wait

There’s always that excitement to hear from the new manager for the first time when they’re being quizzed by the media.

We’ve heard Beale speak a number of times, but this is entirely different and his slate is now clean.

He might have some credit in the bank but he needs to know that he cannot rely on past laurels but we’re backing him to get the job done.

Beale will certainly be quizzed about his comments in the past about the Wolves job and all that he said about integrity and loyalty.

He comes across as a good speaker and we’re sure that he’ll have a good enough explanation for it.

Fans certainly do not care and they know deep down that he’s returned to Ibrox because of his love for the club and the city and he knows that the fans are going to be onside from minute one.

In other Rangers news, Ross Wilson is put on high alert as a “Magnificent” midfielder is now prepared to leave his club in the January transfer window amid Ibrox links.