Review of New Ranger Loans | Rangers Football Club
The RANGERS currently have first-team and Academy players on loan. Here is our review of how those who featured fared in recent games …
Jamie played 62 minutes on Saturday as Hibs beat Hamilton 2-0 at Easter Road.
It was the fourth league victory on the rebound for Hibs, who will look to maintain his form by hosting Motherwell this weekend.
Brandon came on in the 69th minute as Oxford suffered a 2-0 loss in the Football League Trophy semi-final to Tranmere Rovers.
He entered the starting XI this weekend in Oxford’s 0-0 draw against Ipswich Town.
They host Portsmouth tomorrow before facing MK Dons Away From Home on Saturday.
George made his Derby debut on Tuesday night as a 42nd-minute substitute in their 2-1 win over Wycombe.
The defender played their first 90 minutes for the EFL Championship team this weekend as they narrowly lost 2-1 to Watford.
Derby will host Huddersfield tomorrow night, before hosting Nottingham Forest at Pride Park Stadium on Friday.
Jordan came on in the 67th minute in Sunderland’s 3-0 win over Burton on Saturday, with the Gers winger scoring his last goal of the afternoon.
They will look to maintain their recent form as they take on Fleetwood Town tomorrow night before a trip to Crewe Alexandra this weekend.
Stephen put in another strong midfield performance for Ross County as they secured three important points with a 1-0 win over Celtic on Sunday night.
The victory helped the Staggies down in the Scottish Premiership. They will look to capitalize on this as they travel to St Mirren on Saturday.
Robby entered Livingston’s starting lineup this weekend as they drew 1-1 at St Mirren.
It was Robby’s first 90 minutes since January, as Livingston picked up his first Scottish Premiership point this month.
Attention now turns to the League Cup final on Sunday as they face St Johnstone in Hampden.
Jake came on in the 61st minute as Motherwell lost 3-0 to St Johnstone on Saturday.
They have two away matches coming up this week as they travel to Paisley to play St Mirren on Wednesday night before traveling to Hibs on Saturday.
Glenn came on in the 77th minute as St Johnstone beat Motherwell 3-0 at Fir Park.
It’s a big week for St Johnstone as they head to Hampden for the League Cup final against Livingston on Sunday.
Josh played two 90 minutes for Harrogate this week as they began with a 1-0 win over Carlisle in the EFL League Two on Tuesday night.
This weekend they suffered a 3-1 loss at Scunthorpe. There are two home games ahead this week for Harrogate, first against Mansfield Town tomorrow night before Grimsby Town this weekend.
Rhys scored her first senior goal on Saturday as Queen of the South collected three points with an impressive 3-2 win at Dundee.
Euan East’s cross picked the Gers defender in the box as he scored Queens’ second goal of the afternoon.
This weekend, the Queen of the South welcomes Dunfermline to the Scottish Championship.
Kai played 90 minutes for Raith Rovers as they lost 1-0 to Arbroath this weekend.
They will look to bounce back on Saturday by hosting Alloa Athletic at Stark’s Park for the Scottish Championship.
Ben made his seventh appearance for Arbroath as they extended their unbeaten run in the Scottish Championship with a 1-0 win over Raith Rovers.
Arbroath now have seven games unbeaten as they head to Ayr United on Saturday.
James played another 90 minutes for Queen of the South in their 3-2 win at Dundee.
It was his 21st appearance of the season for the Doonhammers as he continues to rack up minutes in the Championship.
Queens now sit fourth in the table and welcome second place Dunfermline on Saturday.
Lewis played 90 minutes for Dunfermline as they beat Alloa Athletic 2-1 in the Scottish Championship on Saturday.
This weekend they are heading to Dumfries to play Queen of the South.