RANGERS have five players out on loan across Scotland. Here, we round up how they got on at their respective clubs.
LUCA GASPAROTTO | GREENOCK MORTON
James Craigen converted a last-minute penalty as Raith Rovers came from behind to beat Luca Gasparotto’s Morton 2-1 in the Ladbrokes Championship at Cappielow on Friday night.
Alex Samuel gave Jim Duffy’s men the lead midway through the first half but Ross Callachan equalised with a deflected shot early in the second period.
Canadian international Gasparotto was straight back into the starting eleven after not featuring against his parent club last week as they drew at Ibrox.
Gasparotto has now played fourteen times for Morton and has been earning rave reviews for his performances, which is set to end in January.
ROBBIE CRAWFORD | ALLOA ATHLETIC
Robbie Crawford played 77 minutes of the match against St Mirren as new manager Alex Rae got off to a winning start at the new Buddies boss, with his opposite number Jack Ross also managing Alloa for the first time.
Goals from Lawrence Shankland and former Gers striker Calum Gallagher were the difference between the two sides. Crawford has now played 13 times for the club and has one goal.
ANDY MURDOCH | COWDENBEATH
Cowdenbeath saw off Airdrieonians 3-0 at Central Park. Greig Spence grabbed a double and Murdoch scored a fantastic goal from thirty yards which ended up in the top corner of the net.
The midfielder has made 14 appearances for Cowdenbeath, scoring two goals and his loan is set to end in January.
RYAN SINNAMON | FALKIRK
Ryan Sinnamon wasn’t involved for the Bairns in Saturday’s lunchtime kick off against his parent club as Peter Houston’s men defeated the gers.
The young right back has now played four times for the Bairns in his loan move which is set to end in January.
DARREN RAMSAY | ARBROATH
Darren Ramsay helped to end Clyde’s four-game winning streak as Kane Hester and trialist Andy Ryan scored in the closing minutes to earn Arbroath a 2-0 win at Broadwood.
Ramsay has now played fifteen times whilst out on loan, scoring two times and setting up three goals.