Following the official announcement that Liverpool fitness coach Jordan Milsom has joined Steven Gerrard’s team at Rangers, another two Liverpool senior men were poised to follow him – and Rangers fans are buzzing at the news.
Milsom announced his departure from Anfield on Friday, thanking the club and its fans, and saying he was relishing the new challenge at Ibrox.
Training Ground Guru, a specialist in breaking backroom news, followed this up with news of two more Liverpool men joining, making the claim on its Twitter account on Friday.
They claimed that Michael Beale and Tom Culshaw would also be leaving Anfield to hook up with Gerrard as he sets about revamping Rangers in his image.
Culshaw was Gerrard’s assistant in the Under-18s set-up at Liverpool, while Beale was head of the foundation.
— Training Ground Guru (@ground_guru) June 1, 2018
Fans think they’re good appointments, with one fan saying they would be “two great signings” and added it had been a huge turnaround from Rangers who had looked “dead on our feet after Christmas”.
Here are the best reactions from football fans to the news of these two imminent appointments from Liverpool:
Welcome to Rangers 👍⚽️🇬🇧
— Pickthatoneout7 (@royzee7) June 1, 2018
That’s 2 great signings on reading about the pair.
We looked dead on our feet after Christmas last season.
— Nulli Secundus (@moir_andyrew) June 1, 2018
They just got better
Delighted for @milsomlfc
— Fergus Connolly (@Fergus_Connolly) June 1, 2018
Wishing you all the best. WATP🇬🇧
— Jim Ellis🇬🇧 (@ell1s) June 1, 2018
Welcome to Rangers @SeniorGarry
— Dougie Latta (@DLatta8) June 1, 2018
Well Gary McAllister is good a good choice imo. Milsom I’m not really sure but think he’s pretty good. Beale is very very highly rated.
— FeliptheSwede🏴🇸🇪 (@WatpLoyal) June 1, 2018
Gerrard's taking a few top folks from the youth setup at #LFC. Milsom (last RT) and Michael Beale. Anyone else?
— LFCZA 🇿🇦 ☝🏻🤚🏻 (@LFCZA) June 1, 2018
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