FURIOUS Rangers fans have hijacked a post welcoming former manager Mark Warburton to his new club within minutes of them announcing his arrival.
The former Gers boss was announced as the new manager of Nottingham Forest this morning (TUE) however, angry Light Blues supporters were quick to give their adverse reaction to the news.
Nottingham Forest posted an image of Warburton on Twitter with the caption: “#NFFC are delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Warburton as the club’s first-team manager.”
Usually these posts filled with fans of the manager’s new club welcoming him however, Rangers fans have swamped the replies with their own thoughts on their former boss.
Bobo wrote: “Good luck with him. Hates criticism, terrible man management, no tactical knowledge and no ability to change things when needed.”
Jordan Munro joked about Warburton’s playing style and favoured signings: “Announce 4-3-3 and Rob Kiernan.”
Will wrote: “Good luck, you’re going to need it, he’s probably already lining up his next job.”
Craig Fergie added: “The snake is out of the grass and into the forest.”
Franky commented: “Unlucky Forest fans. Your club deserves better.”
Jack wrote: “Good luck with the most stubborn manager who doesn’t have a plan B. Poor manger, good luck in League 1 next season anyway.”
Kyle Rutherford added: “He’s s**t, refuses to change tactics when it goes wrong and he doesn’t know how to defend corners, good luck with him.”
Whilst angry Gers fans shared a photo of a Warburtons loaf of bread and added: “You’d be better off with the this when it comes to signings, tactics and loyalty.”
Warburton left Ibrox in controversial circumstances when the board announced his departure but the 54-year-old manager claimed he knew nothing about it.
The board later revealed that they believed that he had wanted to leave Rangers for a club down south and offered to resign, however went back on this when the deal failed to transpire.
Warburton will once again link up with David Weir in his new job, with the former Rangers captian acting as his assistant.