Kenny Shiels: Mark Warburton & Rangers have been ‘found out’

Kenny Shiels said he is worried for Rangers this season. Picture: Ian Rutherford
Kenny Shiels said he is worried for Rangers this season. Picture: Ian Rutherford
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Kenny Shiels believes Rangers boss Mark Warburton has been “found out” and other managers in the Scottish top flight will look forward to setting up their sides against the Ibrox club.

Shiels and Warburton clashed earlier this year when the former derided the signing of Harry Forrester.

Ironically, his latest outburst, said on The Fitba Hacks podcast, comes after a weekend in which Forrester played a starring role in Rangers’ 2-1 win at Dundee.

Despite the victory, Rangers’ first back in the top flight, Shiels still believes there is a fundamental flaw in Warburton’s passing system.

He said: “He [Warburton] has got very predictable and has been found out a bit. I feel they’ll have a mediocre season because teams know how to play against them now.

“There is no mix in how he plays. It’s OK saying we have to have a way of playing, a style of playing but you must have a variety within that.

“If I were setting up teams against them I’d be very confident and I’m sure other coaches are thinking the same.”

The full interview can be listened to on The Fitba Hacks podcast.

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