Graeme Souness is set to make a triumphant return to Rangers in an advisory capacity, and it’s a move that has generated significant buzz among the club’s faithful. Former Celtic striker Frank McAvennie has described Souness’s comeback as the “best signing” Rangers have made in recent times.
Souness, a legendary figure in Rangers’ history, is poised to play a pivotal role in helping the club select its next manager. Speaking on talkSPORT, Souness revealed that he recommended Frank Lampard for the position over Philippe Clement but respects the club’s decision to opt for the Belgian.
McAvennie believes that Souness’s return signifies a new era for Rangers. He praised Souness’s football-oriented mindset and deep love for the club, which he believes will bring valuable insights to the managerial selection process. While Souness may not have the final say, his involvement in the recruitment process is seen as crucial.
“The best thing they have done at Rangers is get Graeme Souness back into the club to make the decisions,” McAvennie stated. He emphasized Souness’s passion for Rangers and his ability to gauge the suitability of managerial candidates effectively.
This move comes at a critical juncture for Rangers, who are navigating challenges on multiple fronts. The goalkeeper position and Souness’s advisory role are being lauded as the best decisions the club has made recently. While other high-priced signings have yet to fully justify their price tags, Souness’s return is seen as a beacon of hope and wisdom.
As Rangers look to secure their place at the top of Scottish football, Souness’s experience and footballing acumen are expected to play a significant role in shaping the club’s future. Rangers fans are eagerly awaiting the next steps in the managerial search, with heightened optimism stemming from Souness’s involvement in the decision-making process.
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