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I’m really comfortable- Right you are Micky Beale!

Micky Beale has claimed that he is feeling really comfortable as speculation mounts over when he will be sacked and who will be his replacement.

After losing to Celtic 12 days ago the Ibrox boss raced down the tunnel, rattled off a few cosy interviews then went into hiding and playing with his Instagram profile.

A club insider denied that Kevin Muscat had been sounded out as a replacement with Graham Potter and John Eustace linked with the job this week.

Tellingly on-mess fan media accounts have been calling out Beale’s abysmal failure to win meaningful matches with his summer signings failing to make an impact while his side play dull, shapeless football after 10 months in the job.

Beale looked far from comfortable as he fidgeted through a 9am media conference, glancing at notes and rattling off the deflections including having the best defensive record with least shots conceded this season.

That means little in Bridgeton, Larkhall, Bearsden and Kilwinning to angry bears that have watched their side lose 1-0 to Kilmarnock and Celtic while getting thrashed out of the Champions League.

Asked about the angry reaction from fans to losing to Celtic Beale was typically dismissive because he knows everyfing about everyfing.

[The supporters are] sharing their frustration. It was heard loud and clear. I don’t think there’s much time for talking now, we need to make it up to them on the pitch in performances and results. Fans are sharing their frustration and anxiety at the way the start of the season has gone. That’s quite natural.

Fans have shown a frustration towards myself, that’s fair. They’ve shown a frustration towards the players as well. None of us are really in a lot of credit at the moment.

I was fully aware of what I was getting myself involved in. I understand Glasgow and how it works. I can’t affect the background noise I’ve just got to get on with my job day in day out. I’m really comfortable.

Beale won’t be feeling really comfortable when he deals with the next reaction to a defeat or draw, especially with four home matches in 10 days starting with Real Betis visiting Ibrox on Thursday.

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