Graeme Murty has tweeted his thanks to Rangers fans after his final game in charge of the club.
The Englishman has been caretaker boss at Ibrox since Mark Warburton and David Weir departed a month ago.
He’s had to endure a tough time since, losing two games in a six-match spell as manager. But he’s always carried himself well (one backwards roll aside) and finished off his time as boss with an impressive 1-1 draw at rivals Celtic.
Rangers struggled in the fixture under Mark Warburton, losing all three so far this season, including a 5-1 loss at Celtic Park last September.
But it was a different story today as Murty set his men up to frustrate their opponents – and they got their reward late in the game when Clint Hill cancelled out Stuart Armstrong’s opener.
Murty will now be replaced by permanent manager Pedro Caixinha from tomorrow morning.
And fans have been quick to share their feelings towards the Under 20 manager after his spell in charge.
Now Murty has tweeted his thanks to the supporters and shared his pride at today’s result:
Thank you for all of your positive messages over the last few weeks. The lads worked so hard today. I'm so proud of everyone involved!
— Graeme Murty (@GraemeMurty) March 12, 2017
Today’s result helps restore some pride at Ibrox after three disappointing performances against Celtic this season and ensures Caixinha’s tenure in charge starts on a more positive note.
For that, Murty deserves all the credit coming to him.