Graeme Murty Fired as Rangers Manager amid Steven Gerrard Speculation

Graeme Murty Fired as Rangers Manager amid Steven Gerrard Speculation

Gerrard told BT Sport: "Yes, there is truth in the rumours".

Gerrard, who retired from playing in November 2016, has been Liverpool's youth-team manager for the past year.

Events at Parkhead on Sunday merely underlined just how rudderless the Light Blues have become both on and off the pitch, with Murty and his players declining to address what had gone wrong as they snubbed the post-match press conference.

A statement from Rangers confirming his departure did, however, open the door for a return to his previous job in the club's academy.

Rangers are in the market for a new manager after the sacking of Graeme Murty earlier today.

"Graeme has had to contend with hard and challenging circumstances but conducted himself in a thoroughly professional manner".

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Liverpool U18s boss Steven Gerrard has admitted to holding "positive talks" with Rangers over their vacant managerial role.

The former Scotland worldwide took over as Rangers' development boss in 2016 after leaving his role as U18 coach at Norwich.

However, Murty was again asked to step into the Ibrox dugout on a temporary basis after the Portuguese was sacked in October a year ago.

The appointment of Gerrard, whose glorious Liverpool career came to an end when Rodgers was still in charge at Anfield in 2015, would restore some lost glamour to Scottish football.

But that optimism was snubbed out as they suffered a 3-2 Ibrox defeat against 10-man Celtic in March.

Murty has been interim manager since October and his last game was Sunday's 5-0 loss to Celtic, a result that clinched the Scottish Premiership title for Rangers' biggest rival.

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