THREE Rangers players have extended their loan spells at clubs until the end of the season.

Luca Gasparotto, Robbie Crawford and Darren Ramsay have all extended their loan spells at Greenock Morton, Alloa Athletic and Arbroath respectively.

Canadian international Gasparotto has been in good form for the ‘Ton so far in this campaign, conceding just 13 goals in the 15 games he has taken part in.

This is his third spell out on loan, having previously had time at Stirling Albion and Airdrieonians.

Crawford has played fourteen times for the Wasps this season and has scored one goal. He had initially joined Jack Ross’ men at the start of September.

Crawford played the full 90 minutes as the Alloa side pushed title-chasing Falkirk close at Recreation Park on Saturday. A John Baird strike in the first half proved to be enough for the Bairns. 

Ramsay joined Arbroath in August and has now played sixteen times whilst out on loan, scoring two times and setting up three goals.

This weekend he helped Arbroath to victory in the Angus derby thanks to goals from Bobby Linn and Mark Whatley.

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