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Rangers: Bet suspended on Giovanni van Bronckhorst replacing Steven Gerrard as coach

Suspended bets on ex-Rangers and Arsenal defender Giovanni van Bronckhorst, replacing Steven Gerrard as Gers coach, with Russell Martin the second seed in the race for the highest place at Ibrox.


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Giovanni van Bronckhorst is the big favorite to replace Steven Gerrard as Rangers coach, and one of the major sportsbooks suspended betting on the appointment.

Gerrard left Ibrox for Aston Villa after a three-and-a-half-year stay in Glasgow, where the highlight was last season’s Scottish Premiership triumph without losing a match.

He leaves the Rangers, who are at the top of the table this season by four points against rivals Celtic, in search of a new coach and Sky Bet has already suspended betting, with former Gers defender Van Bronckhorst as the favorite.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst is the big favorite to replace Steven Gerrard

Sky Bet has suspended betting on the former Rangers player who will take over Ibrox

Sky Bet has suspended betting on the former Rangers player who will take over Ibrox

Giovanni van Bronckhorst is the big favorite to replace Steven Gerrard

Gerrard left Ibrox for Aston Villa after a three and a half year stay in Glasgow

Gerrard left Ibrox for Aston Villa after a three and a half year stay in Glasgow

Gerrard left Ibrox for Aston Villa after a three and a half year stay in Glasgow

Sky Bet has suspended betting on Giovanni van Bronckhorst being the next Rangers coach

Sky Bet has suspended betting on Giovanni van Bronckhorst being the next Rangers coach

Sky Bet has suspended betting on Giovanni van Bronckhorst being the next Rangers coach

The former Dutch captain, who reached the 2010 World Cup final, played 117 games for Rangers between 1998 and 2001 before moving to Arsenal.

Since retiring 11 years ago, Van Bronckhorst has led Feyenoord to an Eredivisie title in 2017, most recently in charge of the Guangzhou R&F club of the Chinese Super League before departing in late 2020 to return to Europe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Runner-up in the career is former Norwich defender and current Swansea boss Russell Martin, who played for Rangers for one season in 2017-18.

Former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is the third seed with John Terry and Frank Lampard furthest away at 7/1 and 12/1 respectively.

Alex Neil, Slaven Bilic and Dean Smith, whom Gerrard replaced at Villa Park, are also on the list.

Second in the race is former Norwich defender and current Swansea boss Russell Martin.

Second in the race is former Norwich defender and current Swansea boss Russell Martin.

Second in the race is former Norwich defender and current Swansea boss Russell Martin.

After leaving Rangers after a successful tenure, Gerrard said on Thursday: ‘I would like to express my sincere thanks to everyone associated with Glasgow Rangers for giving me the opportunity to manage such an iconic football club.

“Helping them achieve a record-breaking 55th league title will always hold a special place in my heart.

“I would like to wish the players, the staff and the fans the best for the future.”

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