New trialist to arrive at Murray Park


Rangers will be taking in a new
trialist today in the form of former Livingston
youth player Ross King, younger brother of Adam and Billy (former Hearts
Still at a mere 16, the youngster
has been invited to train at Murray
Park and will be coming in
with a hope to impress enough and earn an Academy Contract with the U17s.

Best used in midfield, King would
be a further addition and continued development of the youth Academy senior
manager Mark Warburton is so keen to see flourish.
Naturally, King is simply a lad,
and a mere prospect at this moment in time, but with the rather promising
pre-season the youth program has enjoyed this summer, he would be in capable
hands under the watchful eye of U17s coach Billy Kirkwood, overall Head of
Academy Craig Mulholland and of course Warburton himself, giving him every
chance of making it if he impresses enough.


  1. The under 20s have been terrific pre season. Delighted to see focus on youth joining up. Hopefully a decent scouting network will be set up soon NOT to buy ready made foreign players but to find 12-19 year old's with potential.

  2. Good luck young Ross. Whatever happens, know this. You wouldn't be there if you weren't a good wee player. Give it your all son and all the best.
    C'mon the Gers!

  3. Hope ian Taylor isn't on site, if he is please don't disagree with him,if you do you are pro ira, at best, omg. this man owns this forum watp

  4. we will soon be playing babys but hey if we keep wining who cares,but let us face up to the fact one win means nothing we must keep wining and the tests will be in other cup draws when we get a team from above maybe we will do it easy in this div but will these players step up or do we tuff them out.

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