It’s five weeks to the days since Pedro Caixinha was given his marching orders by King and the Ibrox hierarchy and this is the first opportunity for the club’s supporters to question the power-brokers on a tumultuous 12 months at the club.
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— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) November 30, 2017
King flew into Glasgow from South Africa earlier this week and faced the music at the SEC Armadillo and answered questions on Caixinha’s failed reign – and the ongoing search for his replacement.
Perhaps surprisingly, King has confirmed whoever is eventually chosen will be handed a long-term contract, as Rangers look for some stability:
DK: Very thorough process to appoint new manager. Next man will be given three year deal. Looking for long term stability
— Andy Newport (@AndyNewportPA) November 30, 2017
The first thought we had is surrounding compensation required to a manager if he’s sacked, say, midway through a three-year deal, particularly when money is known to be tight at the club.
Perhaps King is just very confident of finding the right man – but what do you think?