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Friday, 07 February 2014 15:00

Ladies Seek New Head Coach

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RANGERS Ladies are seeking a new head coach after Angie Hind accepted a position back in the United States.

The former Scotland assistant will become Head Womens' Soccer Coach at Old Dominion University in Virginia Beach.

The club would like to thank Angie for the work she has done with the Rangers Girls & Ladies Academy and wish her the very best in her new role in the United States.

Hind said: "Whilst this is obviously a tremendous opportunity at Old Dominion, I am sad to be leaving Rangers and would like to thank the club, coaching staff, parents and especially the players.

"I can honestly say that I have enjoyed every minute of working with Rangers and cannot speak highly enough of the quality of players and support staff that I have been privileged to work with.

"They are not only a tremendously talented group but their development and commitment to improving as individuals and to taking this club forward has been incredible.

"This special group of players and the respect I have for them has made this decision a really difficult one. 

"The Youth Academy is also one of the most successful in the country and the club will look to find a coach who has the dedication and ambition to take this team and club even further."


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