Craig Moore was a fine defender for the Oldco, he was well worth his EBT, he has since retired back to his native Australia after playing in 2 World Cups, in the last of which he was the worst player in the team, if not the tournament.
Now he has spoken on Go Radio and is calling for a Scottish coach to help GVB at Ibrox, the fact Gio played in the same world cup in 2010 reaching the final as captain seems lost on Moore who seems to know more.
“We talk about potential signings and who is the best signing of the transfer window.
“Aaron Ramsey I am sure will do great as will [Amad] Diallo who is still a very young player.
“I think the best signing that Rangers can make right now is getting a Scottish coach in there to support Giovanni [van Bronckhorst] and his backroom staff.
“For me, that would be the best signing of the season and I hope they are not stubborn with this.
“I hope they realise that this is somebody that knows what every ground looks like, what every team looks like, that would have the trust of the playing group and be a fantastic link from that playing group to the manager.
“Get that done and I think that would be the best signing of the season.
“I think it is crucial to being successful at Rangers Football Club.
“I think when you bring in a whole new team that know top flight football. Giovanni knows the club intimately but he has been away a long time.
“You need somebody who has been in amongst it, is current and I have got a shortlist.
“Neil McCann, Barry Ferguson and Kevin Thomson.
“Go and get one and get them in your building and you’ve got every chance of turning things around very quickly.”
So let us have look at the names, Fergusson can teach his players to “bite some ankles” aka slam into players and try to injure them, Barry’s Alloa are currently trying to avoid relegation after he won the league with Kelty after playing 13 games of a truncated season.
Neil McCann can ease you into the relegation places as well, a truly poor manager whose stints at Dunfermline, Dundee and ICT won nothing and earned him zero plaudits, at Dundee he took a whopping 3 points from 8 games before being sacked.
Kevin Thompson has openly stated he wants to manage the Ibrox side one day, he is current manager of Kelty having taken over from Fergie last May, his results have seen Kelty climb to first and they are clear by 10 points.
But would he throw away the chance to win a title and climb the ladder to be a face in the back room team?
Probably more than likely waiting till they lose the plot, turn to Murty and bring him in for an interview in the summer.
Still, he will likely get a larger transfer kitty at Kelty.