FORMER Derby manager Billy Davies has been linked with Rangers and could be set to replace Ally McCoist, according to reports.
Ally McCoist, who is currently serving a 12-month notice period following his resignation, is reported to be meeting with the board today and could be offered a severance payment that could allow him to leave the club this week.
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Davies, who began his playing career with Rangers, is reported to have been contacted about replacing McCoist and is said to be interested.
The former Derby and Motherwell manager, who has been out of football management since he left Nottingham Forest in March, could face competition from the likes of Terry Butcher and Stuart McCall who have also been linked with the position.
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