Break from nrl just the tonic for burgess, but a lot of things are out there with the same kind of message and this is just one more thing.”
Luther’s remarks came as Nelson came to terms with his first season in charge of Glasgow’s youth team following his appointment as assistant to Craig Whyte last month.
The Scottish midfielder moved to the club from West Bromwich Albion this summer in a £6million deal.
Nelson, who moved from Brentford for £10m in 2012, was a regular member of the youth sides at St James’ Park during his time at The Hawthorns, netting 26 times in 52 games.
He has now moved back to Glasgow following his final season with Brentford, where he enjoyed an outstanding career which saw him made a professional debut as a 15-year-old for the Bees.
He has a history with former club Glasgow Rangers, who brought him to The Valley fromjarvees.com his home city as a 16-우리카지노year-old, at that time at Rangers’ age and a loan stint with the Glasgow giants.
Luther has said he would not be comfortable taking the Scot with the rest of the youth team away from Scotts Cross, and his move back to the Championship af바카라ter leaving for Brentford to leave his playing career behind is an added wrinkle in the picture.
“It’s a big challenge for me as well. I feel very, very welcome to Glasgow and would like to do it for the club and the supporters and give a lot more time in front of the cameras,” said Luther. “But, for the moment, I’m happy in the role.”