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Rangers supporters react as club announce new deal for goalkeeper

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Rangers supporters react as club announce new deal for goalkeeper

Rangers have confirmed on their official website that Robby McCrorie has put pen to paper on a new contract that will keep the goalkeeper at Ibrox until the summer of 2023 – and Rangers fans have reacted on Twitter.

McCrorie, 22, has earned a new deal at Rangers after going on loan to Scottish Premiership side Livingston for the second half of the 2019-20 campaign – only for the loan to be cut short due to the global health crisis.

The Scotland Under-21 international did enough to impress Steven Gerrard, though. Clocking up eight appearances for Livi, he conceded just nine goals and kept two clean sheets for Gary Holt’s side.

McCrorie’s previous deal was set to expire in the summer of 2022, but the Gers have decided to extend that contract by handing him a new contract which will last until 2023. McCrorie is yet to make his senior bow.

The Gers currently boast Allan McGregor as the club’s number one while Jon McLaughlin has been drafted in after his contract at Sunderland expired. Andy Firth is also on the books, while McCrorie is likely to be fourth choice.

Rangers supporters reacted to the news that McCrorie had been handed a new contract by Gerrard’s side, and many are delighted to seen the young Scot extend his stay at Rangers.

Some even suggested he could return to Livingston on loan, and be used as a “makeweight” in a deal for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes.


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