Graeme Murty’s Glasgow Rangers will face Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic this weekend, and former Ibrox manager Stuart McCall backs Brighton and Hove Albion-owned Jamie Murphy to make an impact in the Old Firm derby.
Ex-Rangers man Stuart McCall knows all about the famous derby, having made over 250 appearances for the Ibrox club during his playing days.
Rangers should be looking to win the Scottish Premiership title in the next two years according to Stuart McCall.
Rangers have enjoyed a superb start to 2018 under Graeme Murty.
The former Rangers player and manager believes his old side are in with a chance of catching Celtic if they beat their rivals at Ibrox in 10 days.
The pair, who are being tipped to follow Thomas Christiansen at Leeds United, have emerged in the running for the Bradford City job.
The Sheffield United captain has been linked with a move to Bradford City.
Graeme Murty’s Glasgow Rangers have brought Jamie Murphy on loan to Ibrox from Brighton and Hove Albion in the January transfer window.
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Rangers have been linked with bringing Stuart McCall back to Ibrox.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton is struggling to plug the gap from Ibrox to Parkhead.
He was last seen at Rangers as a manager, but during his playing days, Stuart McCall played a major part in the club's dominance during the nineties.
Ian Black left Scottish Championship side Rangers for Shrewsbury Town in the summer transfer window.