Graeme Murty to leave Norwich City for top development squad job at Glasgow Rangers

Former Norwich City academy coach Graeme Murty is in temporary charge of Rangers. Picture: JASON DAW

Former Norwich City academy coach Graeme Murty is in temporary charge of Rangers. Picture: JASON DAWSON/JASONPIX - Credit: JASON DAWSON/JASONPIX

Norwich City Under-18 manager Graeme Murty will leave the club at the end of the week to join Rangers, the Canaries have confirmed.

Murty will take up the role of Head Development Squad Coach at the Scottish Premiership giants, with City placing on record their thanks and best wishes for the future to the man who has led one of their key academy age groups.

Murty joined the Canaries' from Southampton in 2014 as Under-16s boss before taking over the Under-18s 12 months ago. Last season the 2013 FA Youth Cup winners reached the quarter-finals.


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