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04/06/2016 - 11:02 GMT

Rangers Was Dream Job at Wrong Time – Former Gers Boss


Ally McCoist feels managing Rangers was his “dream job” which just came at the wrong time.

The former striker was part of Rangers coaching staff before the Gers appointed him as their manager in February 2011.

Even after Rangers had to start in the fourth division following their liquidation in 2012, he stayed on as the club’s manager.

McCoist helped Rangers to secure the Scottish Third Division title and the Scottish League One title in the 2012/13 and 2013/14 campaigns respectively.


But the 53-year-old lost backing due to Rangers’ unconvincing displays in the 2014/15 season.

McCoist then submitted a formal notice about his intention to step down from his post as Rangers boss in December 2014, and later in the month, he was placed on gardening leave by the Ibrox outfit.

Rangers officially parted ways with McCoist in September 2015.

However, McCoist, who wants to look back at his time at Rangers philosophically, is now looking forward to resuming his managerial career as he insisted that he was in talks with two Championship clubs south of the border last year.

“I want to get back into coaching and managing”, he was quoted as saying by the Herald Scotland.

"I had a couple of interviews with English Championship clubs last year. I thought I had one of them but it wasn’t to be so I think the time’s right to get back in. I have missed it.

"I have enjoyed being away from the madness, of course, but I’m looking forward to getting back in. I probably did need time out in terms of my own sanity and health.

“I’m pretty philosophical when I look back. It was the dream job at probably the wrong time.

“The club was going through the worst period in its history and it was probably the wrong time. It wasn’t the wrong time because it was my fault or anything like that.”