IT will likely be the least of his concerns as he sits on the team bus heading for Starks Park but an unwanted place in club history awaits Kenny McDowall should his players fail to halt their recent slide this evening.
PROMOTING assistant managers to the top job has hardly been the most rewarding of strategies for Scottish clubs of late but Gary Locke could be the man to buck that trend.
DAVE King spent much of last week meeting fellow Rangers shareholders and institutional investors in the Ibrox club in order to ensure their support at the EGM next month.
Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall apologised to supporters after the troubled club were knocked out of the William Hill Scottish Cup by Raith Rovers.
KENNY McDOWALL has admitted that the first he knew about five Newcastle United players heading for Rangers on loan on transfer deadline day came when he saw the news break on television.