Clement Has Future Beyond Rangers According To Former Coach

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Having replaced Michael Beale as Rangers manager back in mid October, Belgian gaffer Phillipe Clement has had a remarkable impact at Ibrox in his opening 32 games across all competitions.

25 wins and four draws has been a fantastic return given the inconsistent form, and inconsistent performance levels that the players were showing during Beale’s period in charge. The change was effectively overnight as he knitted them together as a much tighter group and got them battling for each other with a proper game plan, and it was certainly reflected in our performances – not least our renewed charge for top spot in the Scottish Premiership table.

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The only reason we entered the March international break in second place was due to the Dundee late postponement, but it simply means when domestic football returns we are one point shy with a game in hand. As things stand, it remains completely in our hands and few Gers fans would have thought this would be the outcome before the arrival of the now 50 year old former 38 capped international centre half.

With so much more improvement still to be made within the Rangers camp, not least giving Clement full reign during a proper transfer window so he can shape his first team options in a way that far greater suits his wants and his playing ethos. Even if this season does not go the way that anyone wants, for a first year, few could not describe it as a success given where we were, and that gives great hope for the seasons ahead.

One problem that raises is a potential future poaching, and Clement’s own former gaffer has insisted that Rangers fans ‘ain’t seen nothing yet’ which in itself means the more successful he is with us, the more eyes he will gain from other European clubs, and most likely English Premier League suitors south of the border.

With Clement wiping out the seven point gap that existed, there are undoubtedly probably a couple of clubs already looking at him and Erik Gerits (Genk’s former assistant boss, and CEO when Clement returned to the club as manager) clearly has a high opinion of where he can go in the game, and he has insisted he was always tailor made for management, and although Rangers will not be the pinnacle of his time in the dug out, it will feature very highly on his managerial success tally.

Most fans will not buy that, unless he means his financial return as there are few clubs like us!

“I’ve always liked Philippe as a footballer, and a coach – but most of all as a man. What’s the saying in English? You ain’t seen nothing yet? Well, I would say to the Rangers fans that he ain’t finished yet, because there’s a lot more to come from Philippe in his career.”

Given his age and the way of modern football, he will undoubtedly move on at some point and all fans can hope for is that he moves on having been an absolutely massive success for us, and then we will surely wish him well.

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