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Manager with 2 premierships, 4 championships and continental title interested in Rangers job

As per ESPN, Australia national team manager Ange Postecoglou is keen on the Rangers job, as he has plans to return to club football following 4 years on the international scene.

The 52-year-old Greek-born Australian won’t be leading his country to Russia 2018 should they see off Honduras in this week’s World Cup play-off, and could start life as new Gers boss after the international break if appointed.

Postecoglou once managed Australia’s under-17’s and under-20’s before his appointment as head of the Socceroos, and also has a lot of experience in club football.

The ex-Australia defender was once in charge of South Melbourne, Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory in his country, and also had a stint with Greek side Panachaiki.

Postecoglou helped South Melbourne to the NSL Premiership, 2 NSL Championships and the Oceania Club Championship in the late 90’s, before guiding Brisbane Roar to an A-League Premiership, 2 A-League Championships, and the longest undefeated streak in Australian sporting history in 36 games in 2011–12.

The Asian Cup-winning manager has all the experience needed to excel at club level once again, but with the Rangers board keen on a manager with English football experience, it doesn’t seem Postecoglou has a chance.