RANGERS have players from both the first team and the Academy out on loan at present. Here’s our review of how those who featured this weekend got on.
Cedric Itten – Greuther Furth
Cedric featured in the starting line-up for Stefan Leitl’s side on Sunday as they welcomed Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga. Itten played the full 90 minutes and scored a last-gasp equaliser in the 92nd minute for the German side to gain a point.
The squad will travel to face Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday the 20th of November following the international break.
Nikola Katic – Hajduk Split
Niko was again named in the starting line-up for Jens Gustafsson’s side as they faced Hrvatski Dragovoljac and played the full 90 minutes of their 2-0 victory.
The team now look ahead to their next league fixture on the 21st of November, when they will travel away to face the league leaders Rijeka following the international break.
Glenn Middleton – St Johnstone
Glenn again featured in Callum Davidson’s starting eleven on Saturday as the Saints welcomed St Mirren to McDiarmid Park for their Premiership fixture.
The youngster played the first 45 minutes of the game, making an immediate impact after his first minute shot at goal was saved.
Middleton now turns his attention to international duty after receiving another call up for Scot Gemmell’s U21 squad, where they will face Kazakhstan and Belgium at Tannadice.
Lewis Mayo – Partick Thistle
Lewis was named in Ian McCall’s starting XI on Saturday as they collected three points away at Rugby Park as they faced league leaders, Kilmarnock.
The youngster played the full 90 minutes of the match and nearly found a goal from a header.
Mayo now turns his attention to international duty after receiving a call up for Scot Gemmell’s U21 squad, where they will face Kazakhstan and Belgium at Tannadice.
Kai Kennedy – Dunfermline Athletic
Kai was named in the starting line-up for interim manager Greg Shields’ side on Saturday as they welcomed Greenock Morton to East End Park for their Championship fixture.
Despite the 3-1 defeat, the youngster played the full 90 minutes of the game and nearly found the equaliser in the 28th minute of the game.
Like Glenn and Lewis, Kennedy also turns his attention to international duty for Scot Gemmell’s U21 squad, as they prepare to face Kazakhstan and Belgium at Tannadice.
Jack Thomson – Queen’s Park
Jack was in the starting line-up for Queen’s Park on Saturday as they welcomed East Fife for their League 1 fixture.
Laurie Ellis’ side picked up a point after drawing 1-1, with the youngster playing the full 90 minutes.
The Spiders, who remain second, now look to their next League One fixture as they welcome Clyde to Firhill on Saturday the 13th November following the international break.
James Maxwell – Ayr United
James was named in Jim Duffy’s starting XI on Saturday as they faced Inverness at home in the Scottish Championship fixture.
Despite the 2-2 draw, Maxwell played the full 90 minutes and had an opportunity for goal in the 78th minute, with his shot just wide of the target.
Duffy’s side now look to their next match against Partick Thistle on Saturday the 13th November at Somerset Park after the international break.
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