King’s decision to step down as the Gers’ chairman saw him replaced on a temporary basis by Douglas Park, and Souness has revealed he’d definitely consider helping his former side in a sort of advisory role, if such a position was ever offered to him.
Souness became a Rangers icon when he spent five years at the club as player/manager before leaving in 1991 to take over at former side Liverpool, and speaking via the Sunday Mail, he explained: “I’d like to be invited back to Rangers in some capacity but it would only be if the people in charge thought I could help.
“One day I’d like to go and be on the board in an advisory role.
“I’m still very active in what I do. I don’t want to be presumptuous or get ahead of myself – but that could be one for the future.”
The 66-year-old hasn’t been involved directly with a football club since being sacked as Newcastle United manager back in 2006, and he works almost exclusively for Sky Sports as a pundit for their English Premier League matches – but could his insight be useful to the current Rangers hierarchy?
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