It was apparent from the outset that Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall never seemed comfortable taking over the helm of the club after Ally McCoist resigned. Coupled with Ian Durrant being suspended soon after McCoist’s departure & the situation at Ibrox screamed – awkward.
Now McDowall has resigned from the club, citing ‘personal reasons.’
It is difficult to find many supporters who were impressed with McDowall’s ‘more-of-the-same’ approach, but it is another blow for a once-proud club that has now spiralled into pure calamity.
Like McCoist before him, McDowall put in his twelve-month notice to leave his position. Only at Rangers can a manager quit, but keep working for the foreseeable future.