Rumours began circulating that Ferguson’s time with the Scottish League Two side was over following yesterday’s 1-0 defeat at Annan Athletic, a result which sees Clyde drop to third from bottom in the table.
And on Sunday morning, the official Clyde website put out a statement confirming Ferguson had handed in his resignation, and league sponsors Ladbrokes reckon he could be in line to replace Mark Warburton at Ibrox:
— David Macdonald (@LadsDavid) February 26, 2017
Ladbokes have Ferguson as the 5/2 front runner for the job with Alex McLeish a 3/1 shot and Dutch coach Martin Jol available at 6/1.
Former Gers defender Frank De Boer is just 8/1 to takeover, with current caretaker boss Graeme Murty priced at 16/1 to be offered to permanent position.
As a player, Ferguson was an undoubted success at Rangers, captaining the club and winning five league titles – but is he really ready to be the next Rangers manager?
What do you think?