Ally McCoist has played down talk of joining Neil Warnock at Rangers, claiming that Alan Brazil would ‘go to pieces’ if he left talkSPORT.
Warnock is set to be out of work after signalling his intention to leave Huddersfield following their clash with Stoke City on Wednesday night.
While 74 years of age, Warnock shows little sign of slowing down.
It won’t be long until he starts being linked with jobs around the UK given his reputation as one of the best when it comes to helping clubs in trouble.
Rangers boss Michael Beale is feeling the pressure at Ibrox after sitting in fourth spot in the Scottish Premiership.
They are four points behind rivals Celtic after just five games – one of which was a 1-0 Old Firm defeat at Parkhead.
But responding to Brazil’s suggestion of Warnock heading to Rangers and taking McCoist with him, the ex-Gers forward was having none of it.
Speaking on talkSPORT, McCoist said: “Michael Beale, I wouldn’t imagine, is under any massive degree of pressure right now.
“I still think he has a bit of time, I definitely think that.”
Brazil added: “Neil [Warnock] is quoted in it saying ‘I’m not talking about a team where the manager is still in place, they are in my heart and I would love to take McCoist as my number two.”
However McCoist responded: “Al, I can’t leave you, mate.
“It’s a brilliant offer from Neil and I’d like to thank him from the bottom of my heart but you would go to pieces if I left you, frankly – plus the fact that I enjoy our debriefs!”
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