Fergie ready for return

Barry Ferguson says he’d more than willing to go in at any level at Rangers to help the club get back to the top of Scottish football.

The former Rangers captain quit his job as manager of Clyde in frustration at a poor run of results and the part-time nature of the League two side.

After three years struggling to try and get the “Bully Wee” out of the lower league, Fergie says he has no regrets at trying to learn his trade at the bottom end of Scottish football.

Now the thirty-nine year old says he is willing to listen to any job offer to get back into football as soon as possible, including a return to his beloved Rangers.

Barry Ferguson says he’d more than willing to go in at any level at Rangers to help the club get back to the top of Scottish football.

The former Rangers captain quit his job as manager of Clyde in frustration at a poor run of results and the part-time nature of the League two side.

After three years struggling to try and get the “Bully Wee” out of the lower league, Fergie says he has no regrets at trying to learn his trade at the bottom end of Scottish football.

Now the thirty-nine year old says he is willing to listen to any job offer to get back into football as soon as possible, including a return to his beloved Rangers.