RANGERS have had players on loan worldwide and nationwide this season. Here we round-up how their seasons went.
Ryan Hardie – Livingston
Despite Livingston making it through to the Premiership Play-off Final Ryan’s season was sadly curtailed early by injury. The striker played 17 times for the Championship runners-up, netting an impressive tally of eight goals in 15 starts.
Absolutely gutted to miss rest of season due to an injury 👎🏻 thanks to everyone at @LiviFCOfficial for the second half of season, absolutely loved it ⚽. Massive good luck to the team tonight 👊🏻👊🏻 and for the rest of the play offs!!👍🏻🦁
— Ryan Hardie (@Ryanhardie9) May 7, 2018
Jordan Thompson – Livingston
Jordan has featured in both of Livi’s play-off game successes to date as his side completed an aggregate win over Dundee United. It has been a successful season for the former Manchester United youngster, he’s made 13 appearances to date and will be in the squad when his side line up against Partick Thistle this week.
Aidan Wilson – Dumbarton
Aidan made four appearances during his loan to the Sons. The centre-half’s spell ended after injury.
Liam Burt – Dumbarton
Liam made 19 appearances for the Sons in his move over the second half of the season. He played across the four games which eventually sealed the Sons fate and saw them relegated to League One in the play-off games. The midfielder scored one goal while on loan.
League One – Scotland
Ross Lyon – Stranraer
Ross made 13 appearances for his loan side and scored two goals in his six month spell. Stranraer finished a comfortable fifth in League One.
League Two – Scotland
Andy Dallas – Stenhousemuir
Andy made nine appearances in the second half of the season for Stenhousemuir. He scored three goals, two of those coming as a double in a 4-1 win over Edinburgh City. He featured in three of his side’s play-off games which saw them promoted to League One with a 3-0 aggregate win over Peterhead.
Robby McCrorie – Berwick Rangers
Robby had a superb first season in senior football. After 41 appearances and eight clean sheets for Berwick the stopper picked up FIVE gongs at the club’s Player of the Year Awards. He received the Steven Mitchell Memorial Cup, Player’s Player of the Year, Supporters Trust Player of the Year, Social Media Player of the Year and the Tweeddale Press Cup.
Kieran Wright – Albion Rovers
Kieran made 13 appearances on loan in League Two. Sadly Albion Rovers were relegated from the league and Kieran returned to Rangers.
Big thanks to everyone @albionrovers for the past 6 months I spent there. Brilliant club, with a great bunch of boys & staff, not to mention the fans as well👏🏻 wishing everyone the best of luck for the future⚽ #arfc
— kieran wright (@kieranwright01) May 2, 2018
League One – England
Harry Forrester – AFC Wimbledon
Harry ended the season with 43 appearances for his loan side Wimbledon. During that time he scored three goals and made 26 starts. The Dons recovered from a small slump to avoid relegation and finish the season in 18th spot in League One.
Now the season is done and dusted and my loan is up, I wanted to thank everyone at @AFCWimbledon for this season. Was good to get back playing,Great club with great people. I wish them all the success in the future.
— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) May 11, 2018
Image of Robby McCrorie courtsey of @OfficialBRFC