RANGERS have players out on loan across Scotland, England and the world right now. Here’s a look back at how they performed over the weekend.
HARRY FORRESTER – AFC WIMBLEDON
Harry bagged his first Dons goal in fine style against Northampton and his solo strike won the game 1-0. He played 73 minutes of the important win in the battle at the bottom of League One and his goal was his side’s first in five matches.
Speaking to AFC Wimbledon’s official website the 26-year-old said: “”There is a lot of relief for me to be honest with you.
“It has been a long time since I started games and I have been working hard behind the scenes on my fitness.
“I got about 70 minutes (against Northampton) and fitness-wise I feel fitter and stronger.
“I am still trying to get my match sharpness back now and to get a goal can only give me confidence.
“Hopefully, it can also give everyone confidence that we are good enough to win games of football.”
ANDY HALLIDAY – QABALA
Andy played the whole of Qabala’s 1-0 win over Sumqayit VS in Azerbaijan’s Premyer Liqa. The win put his side into third in the table, three points off leaders Qarabag.
MICHAEL O’HALLORAN – ST JOHNSTONE
Michael couldn’t play in his parent club’s win over the Saints.
JOE DODOO – CHARTLON ATHLETIC
Joe was an unused sub as Charlton beat Doncaster 1-0. The win moved them up to fifth in League One.
ROBBY MCCRORIE – BERWICK RANGERS
Goalkeeper Robby kept a clean sheet as Berwick progressed into the third round of the Scottish Cup with a 1-0 win over Annan Athletic. His side have drawn Arbroath away in the next stage.
MATI ZATA – EAST KILBRIDE
Mati was on the bench as East Kilbride recorded an upset in the Scottish Cup to knock out League Two’s Cowdenbeath.
GRANT NELSON – EDUSPORT ACADEMY
Grant had a few good chances in Edusport’s 3-1 defeat to Elgin City in the Scottish Cup. He played the full 90 minutes.
MIKEY HEWITT – EDUSPORT ACADEMY
Mikey too played 90 minutes of Edusport’s game.
LEWIS MUIR – GALA FAIRYDEAN
Goalkeeper Lewis conceded three goals as his side lost 3-1 to Vale Of Leithen.
Picture Credit: @AFCWimbledon