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26th Jun, 2018 | 2:36pm

'A good bond' - Technical director gives update on early stages of Rangers revolution

Rangers technical director Tom Culshaw has claimed life at Ibrox has got off to a good start under new boss Steven Gerrard.

Culshaw, who arrived at Ibrox as part of the Gerrard revolution, is currently in Spain as part of Gers’ pre-season trip and he feels that a bond has already been cemented between the new staff brought in by Gerrard and those who were already at the club.

“It’s been get to know the rest of the staff who were already at the club” he said, whilst appearing on Rangers’ YouTube channel.

“I think there’s been a good bond between us all over the last few days, really working well.”

Culshaw was an assistant to Gerrard when the Gers boss was in charge of the Liverpool under-18s side, and it seemed inevitable he would follow him to Ibrox.

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How Steven Gerrard’s new members of staff bond with those already at Ibrox was always going to be a big part of the Ibrox revolution, and fans will be relived to hear that it all seems to be going well at the Gers pre-season camp. Of course, the real test will come when the Gers play some actual matches, but in it’s very early stages things seem to be going well for Gerrard. Tom Culshaw will be one of Gerrard’s key lieutenants at Ibrox, having worked with at Liverpool youth level he will have an idea of the kind of manager that Gerrard is. As he makes the transition from youth team manager to first team manager Culshaw and the rest of Gerrard’s staff will play a key role in ensuring that the Gers boss is getting things right in what is bound to be a job with some ups and downs. But so far it has only been ups, and Culshaw has no doubt played a part in that.

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