Rangers interim boss Graeme Murty has apologised to the club’s supporters following today’s humiliating 4-0 defeat to bitter rivals Celtic, whilst also explaining exactly why he subbed Andy Halliday in the first-half.
Murty and his players went into today’s Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden knowing they needed a victory to keep alive their faint hopes of collecting a trophy this season, but it soon became pretty clear there was only one team at the races.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) April 15, 2018
In truth, the Hoops strolled to victory, and the emphatic nature of the defeat probably means Murty’s chances of landing the top job at Ibrox on a full-time basis are all but gone.
But when facing the media after the full-time whistle, he seemed more concerned with the supporters, and did his best to front-up and answer some questions:
Rangers just didn’t really turn up at all today, but should that necessarily cost Murty his job at Rangers?
What do you think?