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

It wasn’t a great weekend for Jak and his teammates as Coventry came from two goals down to snatch an injury time 3-2 win. Coventry profited from some great finishing to get past the on loan keeper. The result means Blackpool drop into sixth in League One, just inside the play-off spots.

Apps: 7

Clean sheets: 2

Jake Hastie – Rotherham

Jake had mixed start to his Rotherham United career, scoring but ultimately finding himself on the losing side. His free-kick evaded everyone to give his side the lead in the South Yorkshire derby on 37 minutes but Doncaster United hit back twice in the second-half, their winner coming from the spot in the 88th minute.

Apps: 1

Goals: 1

Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa

There was no game for Eduardo and Necaxa in Liga MX at the weekend but they did play in the Copa MX on Thursday evening, recording a 0-0 draw against Celaya FC. The striker played the full game but failed to hit the target.

Apps: 10

Goals: 2

Jason Holt – St Johnstone

Jason will have to wait until this weekend to start his St Johnstone career due to the international break.

Apps: 0

Goals: 0

Robby McCrorie – Queen of the South

Robby didn’t feature as Queen of the South were knocked out of the Challenge Cup by Clyde on Saturday.

Apps: 8

Clean sheets: 1

Ross McCrorie – Portsmouth

Ross is on international duty with the Scotland under-21 squad this week so didn’t feature in Portsmouth’s EFL Trophy game on Tuesday night.

Apps: 5

Goals: 0

Glenn Middleton – Hibernian

Glenn is also on international duty with Scotland’s under-21s this week but didn’t miss a game for his club, with the Scottish Premiership halted over the international break.

Apps: 3

Goals: 0

Jordan Rossiter – Fleetwood Town

Jordan played the entirety of Fleetwood’s weekend win over Oxford United, stretching his side’s seven month unbeaten home run even further with the 2-1 victory. In fact it was the midfielder’s shot which led to Fleetwood’s opener, it cannoned back off the post for Paddy Madden to finish. He also completed 90 minutes of Joey Barton’s side’s EFL Trophy defeat in midweek, picking up a yellow card in the process.

Apps: 8

Goals: 0


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Stephen Kelly – Ayr United

Stephen is on international duty with Scotland’s under-21s so missed Ayr United being knocked out of the Challenge Cup on penalties to Welsh side Wrexham.

Apps: 8

Goals: 3

Josh McPake – Dundee

Josh is on international duty with the Scotland under-19 squad this week.

Apps: 1

Goals: 0

Cammy Palmer – Partick Thistle

Cammy is on international duty with Northern Ireland’s under-21s this week.

Apps: 8

Goals: 0

Zak Rudden – Plymouth Argyle

Zak made two appearances this week. First as a 67th minute substitute in Argyle’s EFL Trophy win against Bristol Rovers. He scored from the spot as his side won on penalties following a 1-1 draw.

Then the 19-year-old came on in the 54th minute on Saturday in League One, playing a part in a 2-2 draw with Oldham Athletic. He nearly got a last minute winner but was denied by a point blank stop.

Apps: 5

Goals: 0


 

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