SEVCO Rangers caretaker boss Graeme Murty has revealed he hasn’t a clue if he’ll be in charge of the team when they face Celtic at Parkhead on March 12.The Ibrox club will move to appoint a senior figure ahead of the clash with the champions, either on a short-term or permanent basis, as they search for a successor to Mark Warburton.
Murty, though, insisted he hasn’t had his future laid out to him by club chiefs.Asked if he will throw his hat into the ring for the manager’s job, he replied: “I would doubt it.”In the meantime, his communication with the board has been focused on helping the team in the short term.He said: “They have not put any timescale or any pressure on me.
“The only communication I have had from all members of the board is: ‘Keep doing what you are doing, can we help you at all?’
“I’m grateful to be in the role and I will continue to fill this as well as I can in my tenure here.
“If it’s tomorrow that it changes, if it’s next week, whenever it is, I will just be continuing on and making sure I do the best for the players.
“I said before, it’s not about me, it’s about making sure the players have what they need.”
Murty has been in charge for only two games following the dramatic departure of Warburton and his backroom team.
Under 48 hours after their mysterious “resignations”, he was in the Ibrox dug-out as they squeezed past Championship outfit Morton 2-1 in the Scottish Cup.
A week later, he saw the team crash to their first ever defeat against Dundee at Dens Park when they went down 2-1 to ex-Celt Paul Hartley’s men.
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