Rangers Loan Report: Injuries knock two out of action

Calum Gallagher, courtesy of SNS

Calum Gallagher, Cowdenbeath

Gallagher was forced out of the match with Raith Rovers in the 15th minute.  The forward picked up a head injury & was removed for precautionary measures.  There has been no report on the severity of the injury or if he had any concussion symptoms.

Kyle McAusland, Brechin City

Missed this weekend’s match after breaking his hand last week in a closed door match with Montrose.  There is no timeline for his return.

Robbie Crawford, courtesy of John O’Brien

Robbie Crawford, Morton

Played the full 90 minutes in Morton’s 1-0 victory over Airdrie.  Crawford nearly had an assist on a goal early in the match, but he was called offsides on the play.  Crawford picked up multiple fouls in the match & was eventually booked in the 83rd minute.

Luca Gasparotto, Aidrieonians

Is off with Canada’s U20 team.  They are lined up to play England, Russia & the United States.  More to come from Rangers Report on Gasparotto’s international future soon.

Barrie McKay, courtesy of Tony Fimister

Barrie McKay, Raith Rovers

McKay played a critical role in both of Raith’s goals in their 2-1 victory over Cowdenbeath.  McKay’s free kick was sent deep into the Blue Brail’s box & was bandied about until Kevin Moon slotted the ball home from the top of the box.  On Christian Nade’s match winner – McKay triggered the attack by piercing through the Cowdenbeath defence – using his pace cover a good forty yards in seconds & then deftly laid it off for Calum Elliot to cross the ball into the goal area.

Tom Walsh, Stenhousemuir

Entered the match as a sub in the 79th minute in Stenny’s 1-0 victory over Dunfermline.  His turnover nearly set-up an equalizer for Dunfermline but the Stuart Urquhart’s shot was saved.

Danny Stoney, Stranraer

Came on in the 70th minute in a 1-1 draw with Stirling Albion.  He had a great chance to score in the 90th minute but curled the shot wide of the goal.

Craig Halkett, Clyde

Had a couple of chances to equalize in Clyde’s 1-0 loss to East Stirling.  On the first, he sent a hopeful shot just wide of the goal & then missed an open shot in the penalty area off of a corner kick.

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One thought on “Rangers Loan Report: Injuries knock two out of action

  1. Tom Walsh started for Scotland 19’s on Friday in the 1-1 draw with Holland, not sure how long he played This probably explains why he was a sub Saturday. Its a pity our other representatives in that game probably see their futures elsewhere.

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