RANGERS have players out on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our review of how those who featured over the weekend got on…
Jak Alnwick – Blackpool
Jak played 90 minutes of Blackpool’s 1-1 draw with Ross McCrorie’s Portsmouth on Saturday. The result leaves Blackpool third in League One with three wins and three draws from their opening six fixtures. They head to Coventry this Saturday in the league.
Clean sheets: 2
Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa
Eduardo was a 79th minute substitute for Necaxa as they defeated Tijuana in Liga MX yesterday. They are fourth in the table – just three points off the top after eight games played.
Robby McCrorie – Queen of the South
Robby was again between the sticks for Queens in their 1-0 defeat to Alloa at Palmerston on Saturday. Queens have just two points from their opening four matches in the Championship and sit eighth. Robby is on international duty with the Scotland under-21 squad this week.
Clean sheets: 1
Ross McCrorie – Portsmouth
Ross played 76 minutes of the aforementioned match with Blackpool. Pompey are 17th in the table with five points from five matches. Ross is on international duty with the Scotland under-21 squad this week.
Glenn Middleton – Hibernian
Glenn played 63 minutes of Hibs’ 3-0 loss at Motherwell on Saturday. Hibs are ninth with four points from their opening four matches. Glenn is on international duty with the Scotland under-21 squad this week.
Jordan Rossiter – Fleetwood Town
Jordan played 78 minutes of Fleetwood’s 2-0 defeat at Lincoln City on Saturday. Fleetwood have 10 points from their first six games and are ninth in League One. They host Oxford United this weekend.
Stephen Kelly – Ayr United
Yet again, Stephen was the hero for Ayr United, scoring the winning goal in their 3-2 win at nine-man Partick Thistle on Saturday. His thumping finish from the edge of the area with 78 minutes on the clock means the Honest Men keep pace with table-topping Dundee United, sitting second with nine points from their opening four games. Stephen is on international duty with the Scotland under-21 squad this week.
Josh McPake – Dundee
Josh was an unused substitute as Dundee fell to a 6-2 defeat across the road at Dundee United on Friday night. Josh is on international duty with the Scotland under-19 squad this week.
Cammy Palmer – Partick Thistle
Cammy played 90 minutes of the aforementioned defeat to Ayr at the weekend. Thistle are bottom of the Championship with just one point from their opening four games.
Zak Rudden – Plymouth Argyle
Zak played 45 minutes of Plymouth’s 3-1 defeat at Northampton on Saturday. That leaves Plymouth with 10 points from their opening six matches as they prepare to face Oldham this weekend.