THE Rangers Youth Development Company arranged another exclusive coaching session for supporters who have backed the Rangers Youth Development Company at Rangers’ Hummel Training Centre this week.

RYDC recently agreed a partnership with Rangers Soccer Schools and former players Kevin Thomson and Steven Smith to deliver top-class coaching sessions to key RYDC supporters and the latest one was held at the training ground.

Around 20 supporters – kids and adults – braved the cold weather and were treated to a proper work-out by Steven, Kevin, his academy coaching partner Kevin McDonald and Rangers Soccer Schools coach Scott Edgar.

It was another fantastic evening for all who attended and further sessions are planned exclusively for loyal RYDC supporters.

Director of Operations Colin Stewart commented: “This was our second RYDC coaching session and it was another terrific evening for everyone who took part.

“We had a great mix of children and adults and every single one enjoyed the experience. It was great to see the smiles on the faces of the kids as they received expert coaching from both Kevins, Steven and Scott and the standard was very high.

“We have received some really positive feedback from the fans and we will continue to reward key RYDC supporters with further coaching sessions in the near future.

“RYDC has contributed £8 million to the Rangers Academy since 2002 and we are delighted to support the youth programme in any way we can.

“Thanks also to everyone at the training ground who helped put this session in place. It was a fantastic evening and I am already looking forward to the next one.”

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