It seems that the lack of transfer activity and constant need to talk up every aspect of his club and his own limited career is getting through to Micky Beale.
The Ibrox boss topped up his media duties this week with a one-to-one interview with BBC Scotland as he shared his revolutionary thoughts on management as well as discussing Celtic and Ange Postecoglou.
Counting from Sunday through to Saturday covers seven days but after beating St Johnstone tonight Beale twice referred to playing three games in six days.
The Sun reports the Ibrox boss saying:
We certainly didn’t need three games in six days on two cow fields. I’m delighted with everything. It’s been three games in six days, all away from Ibrox.
I want to talk about our fans who have travelled around in January, which isn’t easy after Christmas and New Year. I’m pleased to reward them by getting through.
When the draw was made, everyone looked at it as a sticky game on a difficult pitch. That’s exactly what it was.
Hopefully Ross Wilson can complete a transfer or two in the week ahead to ease the pressure that seems to be impacting on Beale.