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Celtic half-term loan report: Ross Doohan and Robbie Deas lead the way, injury pain for Regan Hendry

Celtic have plenty of players out on loan at present. So how are they getting on?

Ross Doohan – Ayr United

The 20-year-old must be loving life at Ayr. The Scotland under-21 international has played over 20 games for the club already this season.

He has earned rave reviews for his displays and rightly so. Ayr currently sit second in the Scottish Championship and are in a promotion battle.

Unfortunately, he could not stop Rangers in the Scottish Cup, losing 4-0.

Half-term grade: B+

Robbie Deas – Cowdenbeath

The Scotland youth international has become a regular at the League Two side where he is becoming indoctrinated to some of the more agricultural football in Scotland.

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Considered a cultured footballer, it’s been a fine learning curve for the player.

Half-term grade: B+

OPOLE, POLAND – SEPTEMBER 06: Mateusz Bogusz of Poland U19 competes with Robbie Deas of Scotland U19 during international friendly match between Poland U19 and Scotland U19 on September 6, 2018 in Opole, Poland. (Photo by Lukasz Sobala/PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)

Ciaran Diver – Stranraer

Not ideal for the forward. Struggling to get into the starting line-up at Stranraer he has failed to score for his club, who are seventh in Scotland’s League One.

Still only 18, he will hope for more chances next year.

Half-term grade: D-

PJ Crossan – Stranraer

The 20-year-old is keeping Diver out of the first-team at his loan club. Two goals and two assists from 11 games is a decent return and he is playing plenty of first-team football.

Half-term grade: C+

Calvin Miller – Dundee

Dundee are not having much fun this season. Miller has been used both as a left-back and left-winger.

He is playing plenty of football, which is a good thing. However, the form has been inconsistent at best.

Half-term grade: C-

Regan Hendry – Raith Rovers

The talented midfielder has, unfortunately, had his spell impacted by a knee ligament injury. Hopefully, he can get back to full fitness and have a better second half of the campaign.

Half-term grade: N/A

Mark Hill – Forfar Athletic

The 20-year-old is having a great season at Forfar. Three goals in 10 games and regular football make this a productive spell.

Half-term grade: B-

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