RANGERS have players on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond this season. Here’s a look at how those who featured over the weekend performed.
Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town
Greg played 77 minutes of Shrewsbury’s 2-1 defeat away to Burton Albion. Fejiri Olenabirhie pulled one back for Shrews in the 90th minute, but they couldn’t salvage a point to leave them 17th in League One.
Jason Holt – Fleetwood Town
Jason played a full match for Fleetwood as they went down 2-0 away to promotion-chasing Luton Town. Fleetwood are now down to 13th in League One.
Joe Dodoo – Blackpool
Joe played 75 minutes of Blackpool’s 2-1 home win over Charlton at the weekend. Nathan Delfouneso grabbed a late winner for the Seasiders to move them to within a point of the League One play-off places.
Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United
Scunthorpe were on the end of another defeat at the weekend, going down 2-0 at home to Gillingham. That result leaves Stuart McCall’s side in 20th place in the table, four points ahead of the relegation places.
Clean sheets: 2
Lee Hodson – St Mirren
Lee played 90 minutes for St Mirren as they went down to a 3-1 defeat away to Ryan Hardie’s Livingston on Saturday. The result, coupled with Dundee’s draw with Rangers, means Saints are now at the foot of the Scottish Premiership table.
Ryan Hardie – Livingston
After making his return from injury from the bench away to Kilmarnock in midweek, Ryan played 68 minutes and scored for Livingston in their 3-1 defeat of Lee Hodson’s St Mirren. That was only his third appearance of the season for the Lions as they climbed to sixth in the table.
Zak Rudden – Falkirk
Zak again played a full 90 minutes on what ended up being a disappointing afternoon for Falkirk. Leading 2-0, they were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by Alloa to leave them bottom of the table on goal difference behind their opponents from the weekend.
Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic
Kyle played 90 minutes in Annan’s 2-1 home defeat to league-leading Edinburgh City on Saturday. Conrad Balatoni and Liam Henderson had the capital club two-up with goals either side of half-time, and while Scott Hooper pulled one back on 64 minutes, Bradley and Annan couldn’t rescue anything. Annan are fifth in League Two, just a point off the play-offs but 15 points away from table-toppers Edinburgh City.
Myles Beerman – Birkirkara
Myles came off the bench in the 87th minute for Birkirkara in their 2-1 home win over Qormi on Friday. Birkirkara are seventh in the 14 team league.