// Published October 15, 2012 by isport

The Rangers football club owner Charles Green has once again confirmed that he will not be sacking the manager Ally McCoist after a string of poor results was culminated in the 1-0 defeat at the hands of the lowly opponents Stirling Albion.

Stirling Albion are the lowest ranked team in Scotland, and losing against them represents one of the worst results in history of Rangers football club. Despite this, Charles Green has said that he will not be making any knee-jerk reactions based on one result. Rangers were expected to steamroll their opponents in the Scottish third division due to the significant quality in the squad and also the incredible fan support.

However, they have unusually struggled against lower position in the last few weeks. In fact, there are currently in the third position one point behind the leaders Queens Park, despite having played one game of that their opponents. They have only two victories in the last five matches, which has raised the questions about the ability of the manager Ally McCoist to handle big players in this difficult situation. Charles Green has said that the team and the management should regroup themselves before the start of the next round of fixtures following the international break.

“There is no chance of Ally being sacked. Yes, Saturday’s defeat was an embarrassment. But no one more than Ally knows what happened at Stirling was unacceptable. We’ve got to get a lot of things sorted at the club and we’ve never said it was going to be easy. We are certainly not going to solve anything by dismissing the manager. Remember, the manager wasn’t on the field on Saturday, was he? Ally will be the first to accept that he picked the team,” said Green after the 1-0 defeat against Stirling Albion.