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Rangers Press Conference Passes Without Any Updates From Club

Rangers Press Conference Passes Without Any Updates From Club

Rangers’ Friday afternoon press conference has passed without any official updates from the club.

It’s been a week of turmoil again for the Ibrox club following their 4-0 defeat to Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden on Sunday.

That performance and result was bad enough, but the suspension of Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace over a heated dressing room exchange with manager Graeme Murty has just added to their problems.

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Murty speaking publicly this afternoon for the first time since that game would have made for interesting listening.

But it looks unlikely that supporters will get to find out what was said at the press conference as the club’s media team hasn’t produced any coverage of it.

At the time of writing (2.24pm), there have been no updates across any social media platform and nothing on their YouTube channel either.

Clyde 1 Superscoreboard were there as part of the broadcast part of the presser and have shared a couple of lines from it:

But it is unusual for the club not to have put anything official out on what was said in the press conference.

And fans have noticed:

Fans should be able to see video footage of Murty’s presser via a broadcast outlet who filmed it earlier – so it not going out on YouTube would only delay supporters seeing it.

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