RANGERS have players out on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our review of how those who played performed over the weekend…
Jake Hastie – Rotherham United
Jake played 79 minutes of Rotherham’s 4-0 hammering of Coventry City on Saturday. They are 13th in League One and face Doncaster in the EFL Trophy tomorrow night before heading to Jak Alnwick’s Blackpool on Saturday.
Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa
Eduardo was an injury-time substitute for Necaxa in their 3-2 win at Morelia on Saturday. That win has lifted them top of Liga MX going into the international break.
Robby McCrorie – Queen of the South
Robby once again turned in a terrific performance as Queen of the South spoiled Ian McCall’s homecoming at Partick Thistle by beating them 1-0. Queens are up to sixth and sit just three points off the play-off spots. Robby now heads on international duty with Scotland under-21s.
Clean sheets: 3
Glenn Middleton – Hibernian
Glenn was a 70th-minute sub for Hibs in their 1-1 draw with nine-man Aberdeen at the weekend. They are 10th in the Scottish Premiership table, with Glenn also joining up now with the Scotland under-21 side.
Jordan Rossiter – Fleetwood Town
Jordan played 90 minutes of Fleetwood’s 1-0 home defeat to league-leaders Ipswich on Saturday. Fleetwood are now seven points behind the Tractor Boys.
Stephen Kelly – Ayr United
Stephen played 90 minutes as Ayr missed the chance to go clear at the top of the Championship by losing 2-0 at home to Inverness Caley on Saturday. Stephen now joins up with the Scotland under-21 side.
Jordan Houston – Ayr United
Jordan made his first Ayr start in the same match.
Aidan McAdams – Edinburgh City
Aidan was again in action for Edinburgh City, this time as fell to a 1-0 defeat away to Cowdenbeath. The Blue Brazil overtook the Citizens with the result meaning they are down to third in Scottish League Two.
Clean sheets: 1
Cammy Palmer – Partick Thistle
Cammy played 63 minutes of Thistle’s defeat to Robby McCrorie’s Queen of the South. The result leaves the Jags two points adrift at the bottom of the table.
Zak Rudden – Plymouth Argyle
Zak made his return from injury from the bench on 67 minutes for Plymouth as they were held late-on to a 2-2 home draw by Plymouth Argyle. They currently sit 12th in the table.