Former Queens Park Rangers player Ned Zelic has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to Rangers-linked Ange Postecoglou’s decision to resign from his role as the Australia national football team head coach.
The Gers are on the hunt for a new permanent manger following the departure of Pedro Caixinha from Ibrox.
Graeme Murty is in charge of the Rangers first team at the moment, but it is unlikely that he will be given the role on a permanent basis.
Postecoglou has quit his role as the Australia national team head coach despite guiding the team to the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia next summer.
The 52-year-old led the Socceroos to the 2014 World Cup finals as well as to 2015 AFC Asian Cup success.
Former Australia international Zelic, who had a spell at QPR in England in 1995, has taken to Twitter to give his reaction to Postecoglou’s decision, stating that it is hard to understand.
So much has been said & written but still trying to work out the exact reason why Ange Postecoglou resigned before going to a World Cup— Ned Zelic (@NedZelic) November 24, 2017
Would've been a relaxing phase for Postecoglou leading up to World Cup. Enjoy the WC Draw & praise for qualifying, a few friendlies, no pressure. Huge respect for Ange but resigning now still hard to understand— Ned Zelic (@NedZelic) November 24, 2017