Ally McCoist can see the path back to top for Rangers
RANGERS manager Ally McCoist yesterday welcomed plans to restore the club to the pinnacle of Scottish football, but urged caution over expecting a quick fix.
“I’m excited because this has been the most dramatic six months for the club and its support,” said McCoist following the news that the Division Three outfit will seek admission to the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange in the hope of raising up to £20 million.
“I don’t believe for a minute we’re out of the woods yet, but there is light at the end of the tunnel and we’re nearly there. I’m really excited by the prospect of the club getting back to where it was. It’s not going to be an overnight fix. We have to take a real, hard look at where we are and what’s actually happened.
“I don’t think the vast majority of our support know exactly what’s happened to the club. We’ve lost 28 players in six months. We’re not going to get back to where we were overnight, there has to be a realistic approach to it.
“At least now we can see where we want to go and there’s a path to it. I’m very confident that we’ll get back to where we were. In fact, I’m really looking forward to the challenge.”
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