Saturday, 28 March 2015

Wallace joins coaching staff in Edinburgh

After Lee Wallace confirmed recently he was coaching an amateur side twice a week, he has now been promoted to backroom staff at Edinburgh’s Tynecastle FC. 

Not to be confused with the team from the namesake stadium, Tynecastle FC play in the East of Scotland Football League at Fernieside Recreation Ground, and Wallace joins the coaching staff from next season.

The Rangers defender has been growing in stature in recent weeks, from his candid honesty in interviews which blended optimism, sincerity and realism, to his admission that he is already coaching at amateur level, and lastly his heartfelt gesture to away fans at Easter Road confirming his commitment to the Ibrox cause.

His preparation for life after football is in clear earnest, and the man is a candidate for future manager of Rangers if his coaching career takes off as he clearly intends it to.

He will not be hands-on at Fernieside due to his Ibrox commitments but he is an invaluable addition to their staff and his credibility continues to grown in Govan.  


  1. Fair play to him.

  2. Is this real or has it been a quiet news day?


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