Rangers’ Caretaker Manager Steven Davis Faces Early Challenges, Says Ex-Defender Alan Hutton

Former Rangers defender Alan Hutton has weighed in on the recent appointment of Steven Davis as caretaker manager at the club, expressing his thoughts on the team’s performance under Davis’ interim leadership.

Hutton’s remarks come after Davis took charge of two games following the dismissal of the previous manager. The interim manager’s tenure began with an unexpected 2-1 Europa League defeat to Aris Limassol, raising concerns among fans and pundits alike.

While Davis and his team managed to bounce back with a convincing 3-0 victory over St Mirren, Hutton pointed out that the initial performance against Limassol had left much to be desired. He noted that the Rangers side appeared disorganized during counterattacks and lacked the composure they typically displayed under previous management.

Hutton also commented on the fan reaction, suggesting that supporters may have anticipated a more spirited performance in the wake of the managerial change. However, the lackluster display against Limassol left fans frustrated and disappointed.

As Rangers aim to appoint a new permanent manager during the current international break, Davis will continue to lead the team in the interim. Hutton’s observations underscore the challenges faced by Davis in his role as caretaker manager and the expectations that come with managing a club as storied as Rangers.

The appointment of a new manager is eagerly anticipated by fans and the football community, as Rangers look to regain their form and competitiveness in both domestic and European competitions. The team will be seeking stability and a return to winning ways under new leadership, hoping to put the recent managerial changes behind them.

In the meantime, Rangers supporters will be eagerly awaiting the club’s next moves as they navigate this transitional period in their quest for success on the pitch.

Read Latest Football updates on CrPatiNews

Share and Follow Us:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *