Kane Ritchie-Hosler Q&A Highlights

RANGERS Academy winger Kane Ritchie-Hosler enjoyed a Twitter Q&A with fans for the Rangers Youth Development company recently.

The 17-year-old, who signed from Manchester City, has enjoyed a positive start to life in Scotland and marked his debut with two goals in a 6-1 victory over Partick Thistle.

Here are the highlights of his session…

Q – Alex – How are you finding life in Glasgow? And what are your plans for the future?

A – It has been very good, the city is amazing. My plans for the future are to try and get into the Rangers first team.

Q – Rab – Since moving from Manchester City to Rangers, what differences are you finding between both clubs?

A – The style of football is different. At City, we would keep the ball, at Rangers, it is more free-flowing attacking football.

Q – Mark – Who is your best pal in the squad?

A – I can’t name just one, they are all very good teammates and have helped me settle in very well.

Q – Stewart Walker – What do you think of Glasgow and playing for Rangers?

A – Playing for Rangers has been very good. I have enjoyed playing my football here, the way we play and attack as a team. We have started off the season very well and are scoring plenty of goals. So long may that continue.

Q – Curtis – How are you finding it here at the Rangers Academy?

A – Joining the Rangers Academy has been really good. Everyone has been so helpful and I have settled in well on and off the pitch.

Q – Tom – Good luck Kane for a great career at Rangers. In the dressing room whose accent is hardest to understand?

A – Alex Lowry!

Q – James – Do you see yourself in other positions other than midfield?

A – I am actually a winger. I can play in midfield but I play both sides on the wing.

Q – Jamie – Who were your footballing heroes growing up? Good luck at Rangers!

A – At the moment I would say, Raheem Sterling. He is getting a lot of goals and playing so well. He has also got through a lot of issues with the media and I respect him a lot.

Q – Andy – How have you found the switch to Rangers?

A – The transition was quite easy. I have settled in very well. I scored two goals on my debut and that helped me settle in too.

Q – Rab – What made you choose Rangers? How would you describe yourself as a player?

A – Rangers is a massive club to be joining and there is a good chance of youth players progressing here compared to England.

A – I am a fast tricky winger who gets goals and likes to create chances.

Q – Mary – Do you have any advice for the younger kids at the academy?

A – For younger kids I would say just enjoy your football. Be yourself and play with no pressure.

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