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Old Jul 8th 2010, 12:11 am
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On the back of the successful World Cup display by the All Whites this has just been announced:

"Kiwi True Blues have been working with Rangers to get some Rangers Football Schools to take place in NZ. This is a first for NZ and is certainly a must for those of you with kids who would benefit from some great coaching.


Listed below are the dates and times for the schools as well as the contact details for each area. Please note that places are limited to 100 per camp, so it's definitely worth getting in early:


Auckland - 4th Oct-8th Oct - Fencibles United's Grounds at Riverhills - Contact Phillip Hull - [email protected]


Wellington - 4th Oct-8th Oct - Fraser Park Lower Hutt - Contact Jim Baxter - [email protected]


Wanganui - 27thSept-1st Oct - Wanganui Collegiate School , 128-132 Liverpool Street,Wanganui - Contact Michael Folds - [email protected]

If anyone has any questions, please do ask and one of the above"

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Old Jul 8th 2010, 12:47 am
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Like the sound of this ..
Any idea if theres different age ranges.. got a 4 year old who's showing interest and a 10 year old thats not.. are they intending to cater for smaller kids do you know.. I will email the folks you've mentioned above but just to clarify (if you know) for anyone else reading this thread .. cheers
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Like the sound of this ..
Any idea if theres different age ranges.. got a 4 year old who's showing interest and a 10 year old thats not.. are they intending to cater for smaller kids do you know.. I will email the folks you've mentioned above but just to clarify (if you know) for anyone else reading this thread .. cheers
I think the ages range from 8-20yrs, best speaking to the contacts.

Also heard that Rangers are going to pick 1 kid from each camp and and they will be asked to train at Rangers $40m training facility in Glasgow and be able to show how good they are against other kids their own age.

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Old Jul 8th 2010, 7:21 am
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anything planned for the South Island at all?
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anything planned for the South Island at all?
They never said, but I was told they will be making this a yearly trip, so I am sure we can persuade them to have one down there next year.
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anything planned for the South Island at all?

There's an Everton Training Acadamy in Christchurch, well Lincoln actually. Makes my life 'hell' when the coaches come in shopping !! NOT
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I'm sure the A-league is on par with the scottish prem

Need some english and german clubs to take an interest in NZ

or even Japan or Korea as they are decent
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Old Jul 12th 2010, 4:53 am
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I'm sure the A-league is on par with the scottish prem

Need some english and german clubs to take an interest in NZ

or even Japan or Korea as they are decent
Yes that's right! I am sure they are, so when are you getting them over then, put your money where your mouth is Bergy?
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I am the non-flying dutchman
i'll be there by boat in 3 months


Boca Juniors are playing Welly in a friendly, thats a huge scalp
Its too far to link NZ and European clubs that well. Asian and USA clubs might be an avenue
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Well guys this Professional club are coming and the places are open now, if you think your kid would benefit from some good coaching and even the possibility of a trial at a pro club get him along, this is a one off!

There is also coach education to try and lift the level of coaching to enable our kids to get a better chance if they are good enough they will get the right coaching.

No matter what anyone on here thinks of Glasgow Rangers Standing in football, they are officially the most successful club in the world ever, check your guiness book of records for that.

113 trophies - both domestic and european

53 league titles

No other professional club has achieved anywhere near this, ever.
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Old Jul 27th 2010, 9:01 pm
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.. thanks for the update.. my little 'uns too young unfortunately

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No matter what anyone on here thinks of Glasgow Rangers Standing in football, they are officially the most successful club in the world ever, check your guiness book of records for that.

No other professional club has achieved anywhere near this, ever.
... and facts don't lie eh .. I think someone maybe throwing a bit of corn down here eh?

Pretty obvious to me that Mansfield Town are the best team in the world .. here come the men in white coats ....
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Originally Posted by theduke View Post
Well guys this Professional club are coming and the places are open now, if you think your kid would benefit from some good coaching and even the possibility of a trial at a pro club get him along, this is a one off!

There is also coach education to try and lift the level of coaching to enable our kids to get a better chance if they are good enough they will get the right coaching.

No matter what anyone on here thinks of Glasgow Rangers Standing in football, they are officially the most successful club in the world ever, check your guiness book of records for that.

113 trophies - both domestic and european

53 league titles

No other professional club has achieved anywhere near this, ever.
How much they paying you to do their PR, The Duke!!
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How much they paying you to do their PR, The Duke!!
I wish, as most of the brits on here will know, our blood runs the colour of our team and we would do anything for them, I am on the committee of the Rangers Supporters Club that's all and we get nothing our of it except more members hopefully.

Just think it is a great pathway because there really is none here for the good players to better teams.

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Well guys this Professional club are coming and the places are open now, if you think your kid would benefit from some good coaching and even the possibility of a trial at a pro club gethim along, this is a one off!

No other professional club has achieved anywhere near this, ever.


No her
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Originally Posted by theduke View Post
Well guys this Professional club are coming and the places are open now, if you think your kid would benefit from some good coaching and even the possibility of a trial at a pro club get him along, this is a one off!

There is also coach education to try and lift the level of coaching to enable our kids to get a better chance if they are good enough they will get the right coaching.

No matter what anyone on here thinks of Glasgow Rangers Standing in football, they are officially the most successful club in the world ever, check your guiness book of records for that.

113 trophies - both domestic and european

53 league titles

No other professional club has achieved anywhere near this, ever.
And the chances are that any kid who can kick a ball will be signed up to play in the Rangers first team next season, as they are kinda broke and being run by the bank manager...
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