Our Coaches


Rangers Football Academy has a team of brilliant, respected coaches who have experience on their side. Rangers Football Academy also offers an Elite Training Session Plan developed and tested by League Academy Coaches. But above all, our coaches function according to the guidelines of the Savannah United Elite Soccer, a Football Development Partner with Chelsea Football Club.

Players registered within our Academy will have the opportunity to further develop their skills by getting a chance to train with our partner clubs across India. The 15 hours Advanced Football Training Sessions per week have been created to push every player to play at his/her full potential. Ultimately, the goal of our coaches is to create athletes who play at national and international levels..

coaches’ application form

An opportunity to join with Rangers Football Academy, we want coaches experienced/fresher’s for the academy.

1. Gary Wright

Gary started his soccer career at a very early age and like all English boys, dreamed of becoming a professional football player. His dream was realized when he was fortunate enough to be professional club Torquay United, under the then and former Scottish World Cup captain Bruce Rioch. After a successful playing career with Torquay Utd. and Yeovil Town, the English Football Association Preliminary badge. In 1995/96 Gary Frolunda.

After a very successful spll at Vastra Frolunda, which included Coaching position at Swedish Division 1 Club Skovde A.I.K. He guided Skovde A.I.K. to second in the division and the fourth round of the Swedish National Cup. Gary has guided club teams to State Finals, Division Championships, numerous tournament wins and even an appearance in a National Championship (Nike Club). He has also worked as a coach to some of Savannah’s high school teams and was instrumental in laying down the foundation for their success. Gary is currently the Club Executive Director for Savannah United, on the ODP staff for the State of Georgia, and holds the USSF “A” licensed coaching qualification.

2. Darren Bloodworth

Darren left Norwich joined Norwich City as Education Officer and Under-14s coach. In 2010/11, he took charge of Under 12s squad. And also works for the Football League where he oversees the clubs academies. He is also a coach’s instructor for the Football Association and holds the UEFA 'A' license Coach.