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Double pass ( Rangers youth assessment)

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High hopes for the youth program. Of course the most difficult thing is giving players enough game time but with Gerrard coming through the youth ranks of a big club and coaching youths it does fill me with some hope that we’ll see more come through the academy. 

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14 minutes ago, Leeds_Bear said:

Hope we can keep hold of Mulholland.

He really appears to know what he is doing and improving the youth set up in bounds.

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16 minutes ago, Leeds_Bear said:

Hope we can keep hold of Mulholland.

Does Murty coming back change things?

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Am I right in saying mulholland was bought in by warburton or was he here before?

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2 minutes ago, MrMckee said:

Am I right in saying mulholland was bought in by warburton or was he here before?

He's been here for about 15 years in different academy roles.

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That's a magnificent reflection on our academy and facilities.:tu:

Something to be really proud of. Well done to everyone involved with our youth set up.

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3 minutes ago, TopCat said:

That's a magnificent reflection on our academy and facilities.:tu:

Something to be really proud of. Well done to everyone involved with our youth set up.

Thanks ??

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27 minutes ago, JograBear said:

Does Murty coming back change things?

No, Mulholland is Murtys boss

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I like how Mulholland keeps his counsel & refrains from silly soundbites & big predictions for young players.  

Seems to be doing a right good job with our youths.  

Well done & keep improving please. 

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48 minutes ago, JograBear said:

Does Murty coming back change things?

He was Murty’s boss I think so shouldn’t do. Only that that limp wristed weakling will be coaching a losing mentality into our youh players. 

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Mulholland, especially with this European tournament, seems to really have our youth on the right track, but, the proof will come when we see these guys earning promotion and really impacting the first-team squad.   Success by Mulholland in youth development has to be coupled with a first-team manager prepared to give these guys a chance, easier said than done at Rangers.

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50 minutes ago, siddiqi_drinker said:

Mulholland, especially with this European tournament, seems to really have our youth on the right track, but, the proof will come when we see these guys earning promotion and really impacting the first-team squad.   Success by Mulholland in youth development has to be coupled with a first-team manager prepared to give these guys a chance, easier said than done at Rangers.

This, he is doing a fine job.

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Very good news, but sadly there seems to be mamy barriers for our youth players progressing and becoming mainstay players in the first team. Until we can start generate serious first team contenders and sell on value, then this survey is frankly worth sod all.

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Anyone got a list of where we are ranked against other clubs?

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Had a look on their website there, it's a little, actually more than a little vague, it all sounds nice but I'd like to know how they come to their conclusions and who the "football professionals" who are making the recommendations are, my first thought was if they are so good then why are they employed by "double pass" and not by a top club? but I suppose I'm probably being pedantic as they do seem to have been used by an impressive collection of different sports organizations, I can understand stuff like this in the corporate world of high finance and I know that I'm an auld cunt but I can't help feeling that a lot of these organizations are just a money maker for smooth talkers.

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Did he start a sentence with "so"? People might not be happy with that.

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I had to re-read that, skimmed it at first and through we had scored 88 out of 74. 

:mutley:

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wonder why the SFA "blocking" our bid to cut Sellick's Allocation for scottish cup games makes front page news, yet this story of good progress in youth development doesn't? 

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1 hour ago, Hamie said:

I had to re-read that, skimmed it at first and through we had scored 88 out of 74

:mutley:

Those pesky Masonic ref's :angrywillie:

 

In all seriousness that sounds like a pretty good evaluation, I've always been impressed any time I've heard Mulholland speak and the youths had plenty of superb results against European opposition last season.

Seems to know what he's doing/trying to achieve.

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