THERE is confusion over the announcement that Mark Warburton has resigned as Rangers manager.
The club released a statement earlier this evening stating that the board had accepted the resignation of the manager, his assistant David Weir and head of recruitment Frank McParland.
But, according to the BBC, Warburton says he has not stood down and that he was unaware of the statement being released.
There was no indication at a press conference earlier today that Warburton was heading for an Ibrox exit.
The 54-year-old former Brenford boss addressed speculation over McParland’s future, telling reporters: “We are lucky to have him. He is one of the very best at what he does.
“He is head of our recruitment. It was a mischievous story and where it emanated from I have no idea.
“He is travelling again to look at players next week, he is as busy as ever.”
It is understood that Weir and McParland also deny they have resigned.
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