13 February, 2017
Mark Warburton has resigned as manager of Rangers, the Scottish Premiership club said on Friday.
Rangers said they had agreed to release the trio because it was "important that Rangers has a football management team that wants to be at the club".
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"A further board meeting was held this afternoon to discuss this and it was decided not to agree to this additional request but to hold with the original agreement".
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"The board is very appreciative of the good work previously done by the management team but believes it had no alternative", Rangers said. When you get asked to come to a club like Rangers then it's for sure a hard decision to turn that down.
Yet it was reported that Warburton was taken aback by the news, indicating he had received no warning of the 9pm statement detailing the end of his reign.
The 27-year-old played the full 90 minute for Rangers on the right side of a front three, as the famous side ran out 2-1 victors against the Championship side at Ibrox.
Graeme Murty was placed in charge of the team for Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round tie against Morton, but the out-of-work McLeish has emerged as the front-runner to take the Ibrox job.