Glasgow Rangers ace Cammy Palmer picked up an injury on loan at Clyde less than four hours after completing a loan move from Steven Gerrard’s side.
Palmer moved to the League One side on Saturday afternoon on a short-term basis from the Ibrox outfit, and he was thrown into the matchday squad for their league match against Peterhead on the very same day.
However, despite being introduced in the second half, he was forced off in the 72nd minute with an unspecified injury. All in all, he lasted barely 10 minutes on his debut.
This could be a disaster for Palmer – this move was meant to give him an opportunity to continue his development, but now he will have to wait to return to the action, however long that may be.
The 20-year-old central midfielder does at least have some experience in the professional game. He joined Partick Thistle on loan during the 2019/20 campaign, scoring once and providing two assists in 13 appearances, and he also spent time with Orange County earlier this year. There, he again played 13 times, scoring twice and creating once.
Does Palmer have a future at Rangers?
Clyde manager Danny Lennon was clearly delighted to take him to the third-tier outfit, calling him a “talented” player. Hopefully, this injury does not set Palmer back too long – if fit, you get the feeling that he could be an important player for Clyde.
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