THE game with Aberdeen tomorrow afternoon could prove to be Graeme Murty’s final one in charge of Rangers before a new manager comes in.

If it is, he will step back from the dugout with the thanks and the respect of the fans once again.

Graeme is one of the few managers that I like listening to. A lot of them talk in clichés but he is very sensible and what you see is what you get with him.

I think he was let down badly in the games against Hamilton and Dundee and nobody will need to tell him that they were matches that Rangers should have won.

The fans won’t apportion too much blame on him for those defeats. As I said last week, the players had to have a look at themselves.

But they have a chance to get another big victory tomorrow and if Graeme could go out with two wins over Aberdeen, that would be great and a fitting farewell to someone who has worked in difficult circumstances once again in recent weeks. He has done the job to the best of his ability.

Even if that isn’t the case and we don’t win at Pittodrie, the Rangers fans will certainly wish him well and thank him for his efforts.

Graeme will likely go back to Under-20s. He knows what it takes to play for Rangers at first team level and he can use that experience to help the young players make that step up.

If he feels that any kid is ready to play for Rangers, he can then recommend them to the new manager and his insight will be invaluable going forward.

We want to see as many youngsters coming through the Academy as possible and having Graeme helping them on that journey can only be a good thing for the players and the club.