Dave Vos has bid an emotional farewell to Rangers.

The Dutchman departed the club along with Giovanni van Bronckhorst and the rest of his backroom staff last week.

Michael Beale today took charge of the club, signing a deal until 2026 as manager.

He will be joined by Neil Banfield, Harry Watling and Damian Matthew, who have also departed QPR alongside Beale.

Vos was assistant to Van Bronckhorst during his time in Glasgow. 

And he has taken to social media to thank the fans for their support during their year in charge.

He wrote on Twitter: "I want to thank everyone for the opportunity to play a part in this special club.

"It has been an absolute honour. Especially the players who gave everything every day, the people who guard the culture at the club and do everything to perform but also made us feel at home.

"And of course the supporters you have shown me how special this club is and have taken the team to unbelievable heights. The road to Seville, winning the Scottish Cup and qualifying for the CL. Rangers will always be special to me. I wish everyone the best of luck in the future."

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