Experienced Ranger striker Kenny Miller has told the Glasgow Evening Times what he’s noticed about Mark Warburton’s style at the club.
Warburton is quickly getting his teeth into life as manager as one of the biggest clubs in Scotland and Miller has explained what’s impressed him about the ex-Brentford boss now that he’s had a chance to work closely with him.
“Every manager has got their different style, different philosophy or different techniques whether it be in training or in games,” Miller told the Glasgow Evening Times.
“He has brought a real enthusiasm, and bringing Davie in as well, the two of them work really closely together.”
“They have really tried to pull us all together as a group, get us believing that we are a good team and in the things they want us to do.”
A common sense approach
Warburton has to be praised for adopting a common sense approach to the job at Rangers.
He could easily have become flustered and irritated by the pressure of managing such a big club, but he’s kept his cool and is trying to translate the excitement in his methods across to his players.
If the players see a real belief in their manager over the job he’s trying to do at a club, the players will give that belief back to the boss in terms of full commitment out on the pitch.
Rangers are going to be a target for every club they play in the Scottish Championship and every domestic competition and they need to deal with the pressure and expectation as a single collective unit.
If Warburton and his players are on the same page and stay on the same page, they will be able to battle through the adverse periods of the next year, which every club goes through.