Rangers have ‘big problems’ off the field according to former Scotland striker Alan Brazil | Football | Sport


Rangers fans should be worried about the state of the club according to ex-Scotland international Alan Brazil.

The former Manchester United striker made the claims on his talkSPORT show, and warned fans about the owner.

Rangers director of football Mark Allen left the club last week and Brazil thinks a bigger issue could be on the horizon.

He said: ”You know I won’t go into it now, because I can’t substantiate it yet.

“I am hearing there are still big problems at Rangers at the top.

“Big problems with the owner.

“I am not going to say anymore because someone called me a couple of nights ago – he’s a Rangers supporter as well – and he said, ‘You won’t believe what’s going on’.

Brazil’s co-host Ally McCoist then said: “Are you trying to spoil my Thursday already?”

And Brazil replied: “It’ll come out in the wash.”

The Light Blues are currently second in the Scottish Premiership after winning four of their opening five games.

Rangers are just three points behind rivals Celtic, who are favourites to go on and win their ninth consecutive league titles.

Spirits are high at Ibrox after their 1-0 win over Feyenoord in the Europa League on Thursday.

The memorable victory was then dedicated to the late Fernando Ricksen, who lost his battle with motor neurone disease earlier in the week.

“It’s been an emotional 24 hours for everyone connected with the club,” said the Rangers boss.

“Everyone was looking for a performance for Fernando’s young family to be proud of.

“The fans were fantastic. It was very fitting.”

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