09 Feb 2016 13:51:38
I keep hearing rumours that Ian durrant will lose his job with the under 20s they got beat again yesterday to Falkirk, it doesn't help that the best under 20s are out on loan so I'm sure that's a factor but as I said I heard his time at Rangers is coming to an end, don't know when or how much truth is in it but I thought I would post it anyway.

1.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 13:56:24
Hopefully he gets sacked and a new progressive Warburton-esque coach is brought in.

2.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 13:57:35
Surely he should be judged on producing young players and getting them ready for first team rather than on results.

3.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 14:10:35
He should be preparing young players on how to play the way we play now and obviously if we are winning games then we are producing good players and consistently losing games is what makes a youth players morale lower and could make them want to leave.

4.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 15:35:36
For those who don't know, Ian durrant was the finest footballer in Britain in my opinion after Coop we have never seen such talent, maybe lauders and ba.

5.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 17:30:25
durrant should be more a legend than mcoist for sure
we have never produced such a gifted player.

6.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 17:41:55
The philosophy in our youth has changed. its not about winning its about learning. in our under 20 team we have several 16 17 year old boys. don't worry about results people. look at young liam burt.16 year old starring an getting man of match awards for our under 20 then gets on the bench for us at ibrox. hopefuly murray park will start producing players on regular basis with our new philosophy.

7.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 20:50:43
Its funny how 2 people disagree lol what u don't want murray park producing players lol.

8.) 09 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 14:17:29
How good are they if they keep losing though? If none of the young players are good enough to win under 20 games then why would they make the first team? Obviously one or two will show up but most good youths come from winning teams.

9.) 10 Feb 2016
10 Feb 2016 11:00:38
Durrant's unfortunate injury which cut short his career has given him a coaching job at rangers because his pals were running the club. I don't think the old pals act washes with warburton, so if durrant is not performing to the standard warburton requires, he will go. Do you think Ally would have let Durrant go if he was under performing? I think not.

10.) 10 Feb 2016
10 Feb 2016 11:02:29
Its not about results its about learning and producing players hence the name DEVELOPMENT league i think durrant is doing a good job in the youths seems to be a lot of good young players coming through from U20 to U15s.

11.) 10 Feb 2016
10 Feb 2016 11:34:52
Some people will never understand the philosophy of development and learning, for yrs and yrs coaches abroad have shown no serious interest in winning at all costs, simply learning, we on the other hand can't grasp that function, the same people who scream at kids on the sides of school pitches, pathetic

12.) 10 Feb 2016
09 Feb 2016 18:30:28
i would like to think there should be a place somewhere for him afterall he was the only one to take a pay cut amongst the coaching staff and because of his injury never would be on a big salary while playing we talk of the rangers family well ian durrant should be looked after by it.

13.) 10 Feb 2016
10 Feb 2016 12:33:39
Durrants injury never cut short his career at all. It certainly diminished him as a player, but he played until he was 36 and he done his stint under Walter for a few years. Its not like Kennedy at Celtic which is a total sympathy act. Warburton kept him on when he came in but got rid of Durie, so he's there on merit.

14.) 10 Feb 2016
10 Feb 2016 23:40:20
He has already been well looked after. Family yes, charity case no.