English striker and cult footballing hero Lee Trundle has sent a thank you to Rangers boss Steven Gerrard and coach Tom Culshaw.
It appears the big striker – who still plays for Welsh side Ammanford at the age of 42 – was at Ibrox over the last few days watching the Rangers side train.
Taking to Twitter, the big striker was clearly very impressed with the how the staff and the club do things.
Great few days watching Rangers train. Really impressed with the staff and the club. Thanks to Steven for having me and Tom for sorting it out x pic.twitter.com/IRkpjRmNV8
— Lee Trundle (@LeeTrundle10) September 10, 2019
It looks like Lee Trundle was getting in an insight into the coaching set-up at Ibrox and given the notorious professionalism of Gerrard and his team it would’ve been a great experience.
The big striker is perhaps best known for his time with Swansea, where his goals helped inspire a meteoric rise through the English lower leagues.
They also earned him cult status amongst football fans after several clips of Trundle showboating were shown on the popular Soccer AM.
Trundle’s Twitter post suggests it was Tom Culshaw who facilitated the striker’s visit.
The Rangers technical coach is a part of a Liverpool inspired coaching team at Ibrox.
Culshaw joins head of performance Jordan Milsom and the highly-rated first-team coach Michael Beale as a trio of talent who’d previously worked with the Anfield club.
The three coaches of course join manager Steven Gerrard and assistant Gary McAllister, both midfield legends at Liverpool.