Graeme Murty to resume role as Rangers U20s coach
Last Updated: 06/06/18 7:08pm
Graeme Murty will resume his role as Rangers U20s coach after a spell in charge of the senior side last season.
Murty was appointed on a short-term contract until the end of the campaign in December after originally taking over from Pedro Caixinha on an interim basis in October, with Rangers enjoying an upturn in form around the turn of the year.
However, a 3-2 loss to Celtic at Ibrox in March was followed by a defeat to Kilmarnock and a draw at Motherwell before a heavy 4-0 defeat to their Old Firm rivals in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
That was followed by a 5-0 loss to Celtic at Parkhead in April, after which Murty was relieved of first-team duties with three games of the campaign remaining.
A statement from Rangers confirming his departure at the time did, however, leave the door open for a return to his previous job in the club's academy.
Murty returned to Rangers Training Centre on Tuesday.
The former Scotland international took over as Rangers' development boss in 2016 after leaving his role as U18 coach at Norwich.
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