RANGERS have players on loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our weekly look at how those who featured over the weekend got on…
Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town
Greg came on in the 58th minute of Shrewsbury’s 1-1 draw away to Bristol Rovers on Saturday, but had to be replaced 26 minutes later after suffering an eye injury. The result means Shrews are still in the relegation slots, albeit they are just a point from safety.
Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe
Jak kept another clean sheet for Scunthorpe as they returned to winning ways with a 2-0 home victory over Accrington Stanley. Kyle Wootton and Kevin van Veen’s goals both came in the first half to lift the Iron to 13th – now seven points above the relegation zone.
Clean sheets: 6
Joe Dodoo – Blackpool
Joe returned to action from injury as an 89th-minute substitute in Blackpool’s 2-0 home win over Walsall. That leaves the Seasiders eighth in League One – four points off the play-offs.
Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa
Eduardo played 79 minutes of Necaxa’s dramatic 3-3 draw with Guadalajara in Liga MX on Sunday. After five matches played, Necaxa are fourth in the table with 11 points.
Jordan Rossiter – Bury
Jordan played 90 minutes of Bury’s 3-2 away win at Morecambe on Saturday – a game they led 3-0 before having to cling to victory late-on. That result leaves them third in League Two – five points clear inside the automatic promotion places.
Zak Rudden – Falkirk
Zak played 83 minutes as Falkirk claimed a potentially crucial 2-1 away win at Alloa on Saturday. Falkirk are now up to eighth in the table, a point clear of relegation danger.
Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers
Jamie played 80 minutes as Raith Rovers exited the Scottish Cup away to Hibernian. Trailing 3-0, Euan Murray pulled one back for the visitors at Easter Road but they couldn’t mount a comeback.
Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic
Kyle netted his first senior goal as Annan claimed a late 1-1 home draw with Clyde on Saturday. Trailing 1-0, Bradley popped up on the 87th minute to claim a point for the Borders outfit. Annan sit fourth in League Two, four points inside the play-off spots.
Myles Beerman – Gzira United
Myles played 90 minutes for Gzira as they went down 1-0 away to Hibernians in the Maltese Premier League. The defeat leaves them in third place, six points adrift of both Hibernians and Valletta.