In What Year Did Graeme Souness Become Manager Of Glasgow Rangers?

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After a brief spell in Italy with Sampadoria, Souness returned to his native Scotland to become player manager of Glasgow club Rangers in nineteen eighty six.

Souness made his managerial debut for the club in August eighty six, naming himself in the side that faced Hibs of Edinburgh, Souness's home town. His debut lasted just thirty four minutes before Souness was sent off for two rash challenges.

Red cards would dog Souness for most of his career and the only manager who seemed capable of curbing Souness's aggressive streak was Liverpool's Bob Paisley.

Whilst Souness caused himself problems on the pitch, off it he could do little wrong as Rangers dominated Scottish club football with Souness at the helm.

He remained with the club until nineteen ninety one, when the lure of his old club Liverpool, proved to strong.

He left Ibrox having won four Scottish league titles in his time with the club.

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