RANGERS aren't the first club to offer Kenny McDowall the chance to be a manager.
KENNY McDowall said sorry to the Rangers support last night after the caretaker manager's first match in charge resulted in the club's heaviest domestic defeat since August 2000.
LEE McCULLOCH insists Ally McCoist can be a successful manager in England and believes he deserves a chance to prove his credentials following a tortuous spell in charge of Rangers.
LEAGUE tables, by their very definition, deal in cold, hard facts.
Kenny McDowall's first match in charge of Rangers ended in fresh humiliation for the Ibrox men as Hibernian dished out a 4-0 thrashing at Easter Road.