Gary McAllister discusses the future of Stuart McCall’s Rangers career

Former Leeds boss McAllister is still unsure as to whether McCall will get a new deal at Rangers.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, former Scotland international Gary McAllister discussed Stuart McCall’s future as Rangers manager.

McAllister said: “If you look at it over the piece then we’ve seen evidence of a little lack of confidence in the Rangers ranks. It would have been a tough gig for anyone to go in there and just win all the games.

“Has Stuart done enough? My feeling would be that getting into the Premiership, there might still be a decision to be made. I don’t know where the new owners are going to take the club. All Stuart can try to do is win these games.”

McAllister’s comments suggest that Rangers are still not decided on McCall’s future at Ibrox, and will still question his suitability to the role even if they win promotion to the Premiership through the play-offs.

Getting back to the top flight was certainly the aim this season, but McCall arrived at the club when they were already out of the running for an automatic promotion place.

He has lost just one of 12 games in charge, and although that prevented Rangers from securing a second placed finish, the former midfielder did just about all that could be asked of him since arriving at Ibrox.

He looks to have steadied a club that was undergoing increasingly turbulent times, and it looks as if all the players are buying into his methods.

If promoted it is hard to look past McCall being appointed on a full-time basis, but even if knocked out of the running in the play-offs, it looks like there is no coach better to restoring the Light Blues to their former glory than the man currently in charge.

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