Rangers midfielder Nicky Law explained in the Glasgow Evening Times that he feels patience is going to be the key factor for Mark Warburton at the club.
The dust has long since settled on Warburton’s arrival at the club and Law has stressed a message of patience alongside common sense, as the gaffer embarks on the challenge of getting Rangers promoted into the Scottish Premiership.
“We’re hoping certainly that the fans are going to see a more expansive game and an exciting game, and with the way the manager wants us to play, there’s no doubt that it will be,” he told the Glasgow Evening Times.
“But the key word will be patience, particularly with the fans. Hopefully they’ll see over the coming months that we are trying to do things the right way, but there’s going to be mistakes.”
Why patience will be difficult
Patience with regards to Warburton and what he’s trying to create at Newcastle will be difficult because of the pressure for the big club to do well.
Warburton will need a good start because otherwise, he could find himself the subject of intense criticism from supporters of the club extremely quickly.
It’s not all going to fire for Rangers overnight and there are going to be difficult spells over the course of the season where performances dip and the results are inconsistent.
Support alongside a bit of patience is going to be very important during those periods, because the manager needs to know that he’s backed in all forms, which should help him to feel comfortable and that should help him to produce his best approach for the Gers moving forward.