Ally McCoist puzzled by Michael Beale’s comments after taking Sunderland job

Ally McCoist, an ex-Sunderland player, has responded to Michael Beale’s recent comments regarding Rangers. Ally McCoist, a former Sunderland and Rangers player, admits he has ‘no concept’ what Michael Beale meant during his first interview as Black Cats manager about his time at Ibrox.

After signing a two-and-a-half-year contract, Beale will address the press for the first time as Sunderland manager on Wednesday, but he has already engaged with fans through the club’s official channels. Beale spoke on his time as manager of Rangers in Scotland. “There was a lot of changes with people leaving and I got pulled in different places.”


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“I don’t know what he meant by that; I’ve got no idea,” McCoist told TalkSPORT. “Perhaps he’s talking about something other than football?” It’s a question he’ll have to answer during his next press conference.

“However, Rangers are a massive club.” It can be tough at times to focus solely on coaching the team. What hasn’t helped is something he can’t control – Philippe Clement coming in and doing so well at Rangers.

“Things did not go well for Michael at Rangers.” Whatever anyone says, there will be some Sunderland fans who are sorry to see Tony Mowbray leave. Tony will be a difficult act to follow.

“Right now, Beale will be the center of attention; he must hit the ground running.” In most cases, a manager comes to a club because the previous manager did not do well, but I don’t believe Mowbray performed poorly.”

Sunderland will play Coventry City in the Championship this Saturday at the Stadium of Light.

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