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Rangers: Is this the next GVB van Persie?

When the Rangers went into the international break, they will have done so with joy as the Gers were at the top of the league and everything seemed pretty rosy at Ibrox.

There was a Scottish League Cup semi-final to prepare for and Steven Gerrard will have been confident that the Rangers will make it to the final.

However, he is no longer in Glasgow. The Gers lost their title-winning head coach south of the border and instead of a simple break, had to work harder than ever to replace him.

The new boss is known at Ibrox and has a résumé that dwarfs Gerrard’s.

The time had come on Thursday afternoon Confirmed that the Dutch coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst the 17th permanent managing director of the association.

He won the Eredivisie with Feyenoord, which stands out as his proudest performance as a manager to date. However, his expertise also led the Dutch team to two cup wins.

The 46-year-old will also have experience leading some of the best players to honor European football. That list includes Liverpool hero Dirk Kuyt and Premier League winner Robin van Persie.

Can the GVB keep Morelos with the Rangers?

Under no circumstance!

Under no circumstance!

Naturally!

Naturally!

The former Arsenal star was a revelation under the watchful eye of van Bronckhorst as he bagged 25 times in 45 games under the guidance of the new Rangers manager.

Obviously it’s hard to compare van Persie to anyone in Gers’ squad, but their head coach will undoubtedly need someone who can score goals on a regular basis.

Ryan Kent will of course be crucial to keeping his Premiership crown, but Alfredo Morelos will have to start shooting too.

El Bufalo has been out of shape with just four league goals this season, but it certainly won’t be long before he regains his ruthless self.

The £ 33,000 a week earner may see a new manager as the perfect opportunity and if he meets again regularly he will become van Bronckhorst’s next van Persie in Scotland.

Morelos has been constantly linked to a Glasgow move but before the January window, Ross Wilson and Co. must make sure he stays in his place.

He’s a man who can take them to the title and if we look at his goal record it becomes clear why he is mentioned in the same breath as one of the Netherlands’ great modern center-forwards.

The dominant Colombian striker has beaten the goalkeeper 101 times since arriving at Rangers and his iconic style of play has received some noticeable reviews.

“He was like a jungle cat that wasn’t trained,” said coach Carlos Restrepo of his youth.

“He has a physique like an ox,” added Restrepo in an interview. added The athlete.

Van Persie was more technical than physical, which is Morelos typical, but her goal scoring records certainly match.

Van Bronckhorst will surely enjoy the opportunity to train him every day.

AND in other news, Rangers sealed dream deal for “physically strong” £ 230,000 gem, GVB will love him …

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