Monday, 7th April, 2014

Rangers boss Ally McCoist insists he is not concerned about being sacked, despite yesterday's 1-0 defeat to Raith Rovers in the final of the Ramsdens Cup.

McCoist's men had started as firm favourites to clinch the cup, but went down to a shock defeat through a John Baird winner in extra-time.

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Rangers, who still have a Scottish Cup semi-final date with Dundee United looming, had chances throughout the game, but failed to convert.

"I don't fear for my future at all", McCoist was quoted as saying by the BBC.


"I know the fans won't be happy, but no one will have to tell me anything, that's for sure.

"That's up there with all the major disappointments that I've had, but it's not just about me – it's about the team and the club and the players, all of us together.

"We don't have time to feel sorry for ourselves. That's the one thing we can't do."

Rangers face Dundee United in the Scottish Cup this coming Saturday as they bid to add another piece of silverware to their League One title.

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