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Rangers manager leaves position as crisis continues to engulf club

Former Rangers boss Kenny McDowall has left the football club, according to Rangers’ official site rangers.co.uk.

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McDowall had been at the club since 2007 and had been the assistant manger under Ally McCoist and first team coach under Walter Smith.

The side’s interim chairman Paul Murray said “Everyone at Rangers Football Club thanks Kenny for his contribution and we will never forget the part he played in our success since he joined under Walter Smith in 2007. He is a man of integrity and honour and gave everything during his time at the Club. He worked under extremely challenging circumstances in recent months but he always gave everything he could to try to secure results for the football club.”

Meanwhile, McDowall himself said that it had been  an “honour and privilege” to work for the Glasgow-based side and that he would “leave with many positive memories”.

Former Everton man Stuart McCall is the favourite to take over.

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