RANGERS have players on loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our review of how those who featured performed, many for the last time, at their respective clubs over the weekend.

 

Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town

Greg’s loan spell at Shrewsbury was wrapped-up with a 0-0 draw at home to Walsall on Saturday. He played the full 90 minutes to end a season which has seen him turn out 50 times for the Shrews and net 10 goals while helping them secure their status in League One for next season.

Apps: 50

Goals: 10

 

Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United

Jak’s final game for Scunthorpe was to end in heartache with the Iron relegated to League One. Beaten 3-2 at Plymouth, both sides ended the day and the season in the drop zone.

Apps: 43

Clean sheets: 7

 

Jordan Rossiter – Bury

Bury, having already secured promotion with a 1-1 draw at Tranmere Rovers last Tuesday, had another 1-1 draw on Saturday, this time with Port Vale, with Jordan netting a spectacular 25-yard equaliser to round-off his loan spell in style.

Apps: 17

Goals: 1

 

Ryan Hardie – Livingston

Ryan was a 79th-minute sub for Livingston at St Johnstone on Saturday as the two played out a 1-1 draw.

Apps: 20

Goals: 7

 

Robby McCrorie – Morton

Robby kept his third clean sheet on the bounce as Morton, already safe from relegation, managed a 1-0 win over Dundee United in bizarre circumstances with manager Jonatan Johansson having departed the club on the morning of the game.

Apps: 17

Clean sheets: 6

 

Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa

Eduardo played the full 90 as Necaxa defeated Queretaro 1-0 in Liga MX. They sit sixth in the table.

Apps: 12

Goals: 4

 

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Zak Rudden – Falkirk

Zak’s final game for Falkirk ended with another goal and a 3-2 win over Ross County – but in the end results elsewhere conspired against them as the Bairns were relegated to League One.

Apps: 31

Goals: 12

 

Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic

Kyle and Annan rounded off the regular season with a 2-0 win at Albion Rovers. They now go into the play-offs and face Stenhousemuir tonight at home in the first leg of their semi-final.

Apps: 28

Goals: 2

 

Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers

Jamie came off the bench on 66 minutes as Raith drew 1-1 away to Montrose on Saturday. They also have play-off matches to come, facing Forfar at home tonight in their semi-final.

Apps: 15

Goals: 2

 

Serge Atakayi – Seinajoki

Serge came off the bench for Seinajoki as they drew 1-1 at Lahti on Sunday. They sit top of the table after seven games despite the draw.

Apps: 7

Goals: 0

 

Myles Beerman – Gzira United

Myles’ Gzira side claimed the Maltese FA Trophy on Friday by defeating Pieta Hotspurs 2-1. He came off the bench in the final minute of extra-time.

 

 

 

 

 

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