Michael Beale has been sacked as Rangers boss after losing to Aberdeen at Ibrox at the weekend.  

The 43-year-old was relieved of his duties as Rangers boss late on Sunday evening following three defeats in seven cinch Premiership matches left them third in the league. 

Rangers found themselves behind St Mirren and seven points adrift of city rivals Celtic before the axe fell on the Englishman. 

But Beale had only been in the job ten months, and was at the start of his managerial career.  

Other clubs – Manchester United and Arsenal among them – have found success with mangers who had a stuttering start, while Celtic were slow out the blocks under the charge of eventual title-winning boss Ange Postecoglou. 

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Beale was swift to pay tribute to the club despite his sacking, as he took to Instagram in the early hours of Monday morning to wish new caretaker Steven Davis all the best. 

“Thank you @RangersFC to everyone behind the scenes at the training ground and Ibrox, to the board, staff, fans and all the players,” he wrote. “I will always follow and support the club from afar and wish you every success.