The Andy Halliday decision former Rangers boss confesses was a regret
Murty was criticised for doing so in the aftermath of the game but felt he had to make such a switch at that time.
Looking back on it he admitted Halliday, now at Hearts, didn't deserve it.
"You have to actually judge your time properly so I've spoken to Andy since I've seen him fairly recently.
"Of all the things that I've had to look back on there's two that I would change.
"I wouldn't have taken him off because he didn't deserve it but I felt at that time I had to do something to try and make a change to help the team.
"I still believe a manager has to have the right to do that and they need to be able to do that if they think it's right.
"It's not a personal decision, it's a professional decision to try and help the team.
"But that got him a level of stick and a level of stigma that as a person and player he didn't deserve.
"Looking back on it, that's on me and I wish I hadn't done it."
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