The players and staff seemed to have a laser like focus last season and we developed a ruthless streak that perhaps wasn't present in previous seasons. Was this down to a collective change in mindset, or approach/coaching, and how do we maintain it into the new season?
How has managing Rangers impacted you as a person and now the dust has settled on 55, what were your thoughts as you drove into Ibrox the day we clinched the league? (Not officially as the tims had to drop points the next day)
Apart from thanking you from the bottom of my heart and kissing your feet for bringing the club back from utter shambles and embarrassment;
If you were to leave to go to another club, say Liverpool. Is there a player in our current squad you think is good enough that you would sign for your new club?
I'd love to get a real insight into his thoughts back in March 2020 when we were struggling and I genuinely thought he would walk. What he really was thinking, what if anything convinced him to keep going, and what changed in him from then to the start of last season. But I don't think he'd be forthcoming, sadly.
I'd ask him what his thoughts are on players who would rather play in the EPL at all costs, often to the detriment of a career of genuinely competing for trophies? Does he think they'll regret it in later life and what advice would he give to players with that choice to make? I'm not aiming that at Alfie before anyone says it, he's one among many and I know he has his reasons.
I'd also ask if he thinks there are players in our squad who are unfairly left out of international thoughts due to where they play and whether that impacts who he can attract and keep.