Ally McCoist committed to Rangers as he dismisses Crystal Palace speculation

Officers supervisor Partner McCoist pushed he had had no contact with Precious stone Royal residence over their administrative opening after Saturday’s 4-1 win against Dumbarton.
McCoist guaranteed he did not know where reports connecting him with Selhurst Stop had come from, what’s more, demanded he as of now had an vital work on his hands.
‘There has been no contact at all with Gem Palace,’ he said. ‘As you can imagine, I have a genuine sum of work to do here what’s more, anybody who knows me will appreciate it is vital to see it through.
‘The most prompt work is to get us out of this division. I’m edgy to do that as rapidly as conceivable what’s more, my short what’s more, long-term work is to do that.
‘It is flattering, what’s more, possibly Rangers’ story coming through the divisions gets the attention, be that as it may I’m frantically sharp to get the work here completed.’
Turning to his side’s 4-1 win over Dumbarton, McCoist was more forthcoming.
First-half objectives from Lee McCulloch what’s more, Darren McGregor set Officers up for another home win on the back of Monday’s 8-1 pounding of Clyde.
And despite the fact that it was a gutsy execution from Dumbarton, a second-half strike from Nicky Clark what’s more, an claim objective from Chris Turner cleared out Ian Murray’s group on the off-base end of another pulverizing crush – with as it were a Bilel Mohsni possess objective for consolation.
After making it two home wins in a week what’s more, scoring 12 objectives in the process, the Officers supervisor was pleased to keep the energy going.
‘I’m totally cheerful with the performance, despite the fact that a little bit irritated we didn’t keep a clean sheet,’ he said. ‘We played great football what’s more, could have scored a maybe a couple more – we hit the post twice.
‘We are truly satisfied with the goals. On the off chance that you are getting objectives from all through the group it is truly satisfying – what’s more, losing the objective is truly a bit of a moan.’
McCoist recognized there was a case for Mohsni to be sent off early in the second half for a trip on Scott Agnew on the edge of the box, yet thought the official got it right at the point when he as it were appeared a yellow card to the Officers defender.
It was not a upbeat return to Ibrox for previous Gers protector Murray as the Dumbarton supervisor observed his side slip to their third back to back defeat.
While his side stood up well, Murray was frustrated with the way they spilled four goals.
‘The objectives are shockers, particularly the to begin with one from a set-play.’ he said.
‘I said to the players at half-time that it was as it were 2-0 what’s more, we could possibly have a shot with the next goal. Be that as it may we lose another on the break what’s more, at that point at the point when it goes to 4-0 you get a bit worried. In spite of the fact that we had a bit of good fortune with our goal, I thought we merited something from the game.’
The Dumbarton director did not need to abide on the episode including Mohsni what’s more, Agnew, yet acknowledged it might have impacted proceedings.
‘My starting response was that Agnew was through what’s more, Mohsni was the last man, yet I don’t need to see players sent off what’s more, possibly the ref has called it right,’ he said.
 

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