Friday, 15 February 2019

Rangers receive bonus thousands £££ - confirmed



After their stunning triumph against Italian giants Roma, Rangers’ kids have just netted the club a cool £60,000 ($75,000) prize money for landing the prestigious Alkass trophy.

The stellar performance, which saw a brilliantly open match of football, great goals and two red cards, was decided by a tense penalty shoot out which went into sudden death.

And once the final penalty went in, following a stunning penalty save from Budinauckas to deny Roma a final chance, the Bears went ballistic and lifted the trophy amidst much celebration and have earned the club a very nice bonus chunk of cash which will help within the Rangers Youth Development Company to continue to develop this aspiring group of lads to becoming the men they’re destined to be.

It’s been a long time since Rangers won a trophy against this calibre of opponent, but they’ve earned this moment, regardless of what level it was at, and in Nathan Young-Coombes and Kai Kennedy especially, may well have stars of the future.

Well done to the whole squad and especially to coach David McCallum who’s done a superb job with his charges.

5 comments:

  1. I bought our young goalkeeper his first Rangers scarf outside Ibrox when his dad ( Kevin who was a keeper with Patrick amount others) took him to a game, he was 14 then and I got his autobiograph for a scarf. Well chuffed for him and his dad who I work with. WATP

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  2. Great day for Rangers. Boys win and Takeover panel lose. What a waste of time and money. But that’s what lawyers do. They get paid. Meanwhile Dave King is playing golf in SA with , amongst others, Kenny Dalglish and Doug McGuigan, whose father was a former Scottish professional footballer and Rangers fan.

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  3. Brilliant display by the young boys

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  4. Like to see our youngsters doing well.

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