Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie has posted a message to Rangers coach Kevin Thomson on Twitter, including video footage of the frontman attempting a viral challenge that has been doing the rounds on the social media platform.
Thomson, who currently works behind the scenes at the Ibrox club as an under-18’s coach having previously played for them between 2007-10 (LinkedIn), set up what is known as the #KTAChallenge which sees people trying to have 50 touches of a football against a wall, alternating feet, keeping it in the air and using only the top of the foot (@KThomsonAcademy).
A whole host of stars from the footballing world have taken part already, including Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour, ex-Blackburn striker Benni McCarthy and even Rangers manager and former England and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
The former Swansea man managed successfully complete it and post the evidence on Twitter, making several nominations of his own including his teammate at Sheffield United Ravel Morrison and Manchester United winger Daniel James.
Serious headloss with this one mate @KThomsonAcademy 🤣🤣 now for the boys to make me look bad 😃 @G_byers @morrisonravel @Xander_McBurnie @aaronjameslewis and @Daniel_James_97 👀🤣 pic.twitter.com/HBJwP3eb6b
— Oli McBurnie (@oli_mcburnie) April 2, 2020
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