Dundee United winger Miller Thomson and Rangers starlet Jack Harness are the latest to join the player agency created by Andy Murray.
The Dundee United and Rangers talents are the most recent players from the Scottish Premiership to join 77 Sports Management, an agency founded by the Scottish tennis legend. They have both moved to allow 77SM to represent them.
Already on the books are a trio of Hibs players in Ryan Porteous, Jamie Gullan and Fraser Murray, while Manchester City and Scotland star Caroline Weir is also represented by them.
Murray acts as a mentor to all those on the agency, offering advice and guidance to emerging stars within football and tennis. The multiple grand slam winner says he’s happy with his latest recruits.
He said of the Dundee United and Rangers pair: “Football is a huge passion of mine and I’m looking forward to working with both Jack and Miller. They are both talented, work hard and have bright futures in the game. We are looking forward to helping them develop and maximise their potential.”
Arabs winger Thomson added: “The focus for me is on my development as a player and fulfilling my potential over the next few years. I’m excited to be joining the team at 77 Sports Management.”
Both of these pair are emerging at their respective clubs but they will do battle this weekend. Dundee United face Rangers this weekend, looking to build on consecutive victories over Ross County and Livingston in recent weeks as they push for the top six.
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