Rangers duo have nothing bad to say about Mark Warburton, claims Michael Chopra

Rangers appointed Mark Warburton as their manager in the summer.

Alloa Athletic forward Michael Chopra has told The Daily Record that he has yet to hear a bad word about Mark Warburton from the Rangers players.

Warburton was appointed the Rangers manager in the summer, and he has done a brilliant job at Ibrox so far.

The Gers are at the top of the Scottish Championship table at the moment and appear to be on course to winning the league title this season.

“There’s a belief Mark Warburton should never have been sacked last season given the quality of his work at Brentford and it’s no surprise English clubs are noticing him again at Ibrox,” Alloa forward Chopra told The Daily Record.

“I speak to my former teammates such as Andy Halliday and Martyn Waghorn and they don’t have a bad thing to say about their boss.”

Chopra knows Rangers striker Waghorn from the time they were together at Sunderland.

The former England Under-20 international played with Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday at English club Blackpool.

Rangers are currently two points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship table, although second-place Hibernian have played a game more.

The Glasgow giants will take on Livingston away from home at the Almondvale Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Meanwhile, Alloa will host Hibernian at The Indodrill Stadium in the Scottish Championship.

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