Follow us on



Rangers half-term loan report: Hardie and Docherty exciting, Barjonas disappointment

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

Joe Dodoo – Blackpool

Turfed out at Rangers, the forward is currently having a great time at Bloomfield Road. With five goals in his last nine games, he is proving something of a point.

However, he remains inconsistent and a Rangers future still looks unlikely.

Half-term grade: B-

Jason Holt – Fleetwood Town

Playing under former team-mate Joey Barton the midfielder has been having an unextraordinary but solid season.

Another who appears to be written off by Steven Gerrard a Rangers future appears unlikely. But still having a decent campaign.

Half-term grade: C+

Ryan Hardie – Livingston

Has recovered well from a knee injury and is among the goals. Four goals in five games is an impressive record and Rangers must have high hopes for his future.

Half-term grade: A-

TORREON, MEXICO – AUGUST 26: Eduardo Herrera of Santos fits his socks during the 7th round match between Santos Laguna and Cruz Azul as part of the Torneo Apertura 2018 Liga MX at Corona Stadium on August 26, 2018 in Torreon, Mexico. (Photo by Natalia Perales/Getty Images)

Eduardo Herrera – Santos Laguna

Not great from the Pedro Caixinha signing. No goals in his first 10 games saw him dropped. The Mexican has played just once since August.

Seemingly a complete dud.

Half-term grade: F

Kieran Wright – Raith Rovers

Started the season as Raith’s number one but suffered a dislocated shoulder in August, with which he played on. But came off injured against Montrose in September and has not played since.


Half-term grade: C-

Aidan Wilson – Forfar Athletic

Was a regular at centre-back and was having a so-so campaign until October. Has been out since with injury.

Half-term grade: C-

Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town

Gerrard must be happy to see Docherty playing considerable amounts of football.

Seven goals in five assists in 23 games is also an impressive tally. He’s played in a number of positions and Rangers will be very pleased with his progress.

A bright future at Rangers looks likely.

Half-term grade: B+

Jamie Barjonas – Bury

This loan deal has been a big struggle. The talented youngster has struggled for regular football in League Two. Dropped in November he has not played yet this month.

Half-term grade: D

Lee Hodson – St Mirren

Another without a long-term Rangers future. The Northern Irishman has been a regular for his club. They are however struggling near the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.

Half-term grade: C-

20170327 – Leuven, Belgium / Uefa U21 Euro 2019 Qualifying : Belgium vs Malta / Dion COOLS – Myles BEERMAN – Picture by Vincent Van Doornick / Isosport

Myles Beerman – Birkirkara

Back in his native Malta he would have hoped to play more. He has started just one game for the club, who currently sit sixth in the Maltese Premier League.

Half-term grade: C-

Liam Burt – Alloa Athletic

It has been a struggle for the player. The 19-year-old has mostly been used as a sub and has played just seven minutes of league football in the past seven games.

Half-term grade: D

Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United

The goalkeeper has been the number one at the League One club since arriving in September. Scunthorpe’s last five games have been defeats. However, Alnwick has still been in good form and will hope this loan deal is extended.

Half-term grade: B-

Zak Rudden – Falkirk

A good term so far for the young attacker. Seven goals in 14 games is a good return and he looks a potential star for Rangers.

Gerrard will no doubt be keeping tabs.

Half-term grade: B+

Related Topics