Mark Warburton says he will need to balance the long-term with the desire to reach the Scottish top flight after being appointed Rangers' new manager. The 52-year-old former Brentford boss and assistant David Weir, the former Rangers captain, have signed three-year contracts at Ibrox. Warburton becomes Rangers' 15th manager and the first Englishman in the post. "It is about firm foundations, not short-term fixes," said Warburton, who succeeds Stuart McCall.
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