Former Rangers manager Michael Beale is launching a new free coaching tool.

The 43-year-old has taken to social media to announce his plans to help aspiring young coaches in the game.

The Londoner - who was sacked by Rangers in September, then Sunderland in February - says his new account will feature videos, booklets and various insights for all ages. 

He has management experience with the aforementioned clubs, as well as QPR. 

His background in coaching is impressive having worked in the academy set-ups at Chelsea, Liverpool, and Sao Paulo, before moving with Steven Gerrard to Rangers are first-team coach in 2018. He followed him to Aston Villa in 2021.

Accompanying a screenshot of his new page on his Instagram story, he captioned the post: "@michaelbealecoach is a new free coaching resource for aspiring coaches. 

"This account is currently being uploaded with practices, booklets, insights, coaching videos, session plans and interviews for all age groups and levels. 

"The account will launch in May 2024 with 100 posts uploaded and then additional posts on weekly basis."

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Meanwhile, Beale's successor - Philippe Clement - has predicted that Dujon Sterling will choose his words more wisely in future and admitted that former Celtic player Virgil van Dijk would not have lacerated his own team the way the Rangers utility man did after the draw with Dundee.

A clearly emotional Sterling was scathing about how the Ibrox club had performed in the immediate aftermath of their rearranged cinch Premiership match at Dens Park on Wednesday night.

The former Chelsea player described his side’s displays in their last two outings as “s***” and stated that it had looked as though they had nothing to play for in “dead rubber” fixtures.