LIGHT BLUES midfielder Jordan Thompson is honing his skills at the training ground every day thanks to funding the Rangers Youth Development Company provides and he will take part in an exclusive Q&A session on their Twitter account (@rfc_rydc) from 10am on Thursday morning.

Do you have a question for the Northern Irish youngster, who made his first team debut for Mark Warburton’s side last November before joining Airdie on loan in 2016?

Maybe you want to know his thoughts on his time with Manchester United, how he felt running on to the pitch against Alloa late last year or his hopes for the future?

Tweet your questions now using the hashtag #AskJordan to @rfc_rydc and we will put the best ones to him.

Craig Mulholland, Ian Durrant, Willie Henderson, Billy Kirkwood, Liam Burt, Robby and Ross McCrorie, Ryan Hardie, Tom Walsh, Liam Kelly, Ross Lyon and John Brown have all taken over the Rangers Youth Development Company Twitter account this season and Jordan is next in the hotseat so tweet your questions now.

A few weeks ago RYDC launched their Youth Members Club which costs £25 a year and gives fans the chance to get closer than ever to the Rangers Academy.

Members could enjoy Youth Player/Coach ‘Meet and Greet’ sessions, access to selected youth training sessions, competitions to win season tickets, tours of Ibrox and Auchenhowie, a monthly members newsletter and much, much more.

Rangers fans can also continue to support the Rangers Youth Development Company in a variety of ways – full details on Rangers Lotto, Rising Stars, Scratchcards, Stadium Bricks and the Youth Members Club can be found at, emailing [email protected] or calling 0141 427 4914.

Since 2002 Rangers Youth Development Company profits have been directed to the Club’s youth programme – with more than £7 million provided in the last 15 years – and Greatest Ever Ranger John Greig has pledged his support by joining their board.

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