I don’t think the manager has had a lot to work with when you are buying players from Accrington Stanley. The lower leagues in England, if you are talking about the Championship, Rangers can’t afford players in that league.
“I’m buying players from top English clubs when I’m there, it’s a million miles away from the job I had to the one today. I’d suggest they’d struggle to pay what’s in League One.
The team is bang-average at best, the manager seems lost and he is losing the supporters. I don’t think the manager has been given any chance.
Read more: Graeme Souness: Dave King should never have made promises to the Rangers fans he couldn't keep None of this has come as any sort of shock to Souness who made sure his strong feelings got across. “I think given where Rangers were shopping in the summer, Celtic were always going to be stronger. “They don’t have any money, that’s the bottom line.
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