RANGERS star Alfredo Morelos’ recent sparkling form has earned him a call up to the Colombian national team.
And now the Ibrox frontman hopes to build on his fame by starting his own football club and youth academy called ‘Club Deportivo Alfredo Morelos FC’.
The little Colombian has no shortage of good work in his hometown of Cerete and its surroundings through the Alfredo Morelos Foundation.
And now he hopes to help develop the next generation of footballing superstars from this part of the world.
Publicity images have appeared on an Instagram account linked to the Fundacion Alfredo Morelos page promising a new sports club located in the Playa Rica neighborhood of Cerete.
Aiming to attract youngsters born between 2005 and 2018, the flyer says the club has its own headquarters, with three pitches with qualified professional coaches on hand.
It carries the slogan: “If you want to be the best, train with the best”.
Rangers, meanwhile, have written to the SFA raising concerns over EIGHT decisions made by referee Kevin Clancy in their bad-tempered clash with Aberdeen.
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The Ibrox club are furious with the whistler’s performance in the 1-1 draw at Pittodrie.
Ryan Kent picked up two of nine yellow cards waved Wednesday night as he received his marching orders.
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The second booking came for a foul on Brown although replays showed there was not much contact. Brown avoiding a simulation booking is another point raised in the sent brief.
Aberdeen’s equalizer came from the penalty spot, the wind blowing over the ball before it was picked up by Lewis Ferguson.
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