McCoist Leaves Role As Rangers...


McCoist Leaves Role As Rangers Boss


10:11 22 Dec 2014

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Ally McCoist is no longer the manager of Rangers.

He resigned last week.

And he took charge of the side for games against Queen of the South and Livingston.

But the club confirmed last night he'll serve the remainder of his 12 month notice period on gardening leave.

"We would like to thank Ally for all his hard work and dedication over the last few years, but we feel it is now in the best interests of all parties to move on", said a Rangers statement.

"Assistant manager Kenny McDowall will take over his duties until the end of the season".

McCoist had been in charge at Rangers since 2011, when they were still in the SPL.

The club were relegated to the fourth tier of Scottish football after they went into administration and liquidation.

They have stuttered this season in the Scottish Championship and lie nine points behind leaders Hearts.

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