Ex Rangers striker makes Michael Beale admission as the manager promises 'biggest rebuild in years'
Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller believes Michael Beale will be limited in the experimentation he can do in their final five games - because he needs to get back to winning ways.
Beale promised the "biggest rebuild in years" this summer after Rangers were consigned to a barren season by Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Celtic. The Rangers manager gave a strong hint that Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent would depart and admitted some players would be playing for their futures in the remaining cinch Premiership games. The Light Blues go into the closing stages of the season 13 points adrift and on the back of defeats by Aberdeen and Celtic, who they play in their next two games. "Michael has got to weigh it up because they need to win the games," said Miller after taking part in a McDonald's Fun Football with children in Glasgow. "That's two losses in a row. You need to finish the season strong, you don't want that gap to get any bigger. "You need to pick the right team that's going to win the game. There will be an element of guys that are moving on, you might not see that much of them, but there needs to be guys to come in and take their place. "It's really important they keep winning because he's had a good start to his managerial career, he wants to maintain that and finish the season strongly, and then he can really focus on the recruitment which by all accounts he is already doing. "It's going to be interesting because there are a lot of guys out of contract. I can't see none of them playing between now and the end of the season because you still need to win the games and these guys are big players."
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