Glasgow Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie has been called up to the Scotland squad for the first time, as per BBC.
The 22-year-old is currently on loan at Livingston, with him yet to make his professional bow for the ‘Gers. Last season, he spent the first half of the term on loan at Queen of the South before making the short-term move to Livingston for the second half of the campaign. All in all, he managed to keep seven clean sheets during the whole of the season.
It seems that his form has impressed Scotland manager Steve Clarke, who has decided to include him in the squad to face Israel and the Czech Republic at the start of September.
Will Robby McCrorie replace Allan McGregor?
This a massive testament to McCrorie’s ability. Even without ever playing for the ‘Gers, his performances elsewhere have earned him recognition, and it is an indication to Steven Gerrard that this could be a player for the future. Allan McGregor and Jon McLaughlin are 38 and 32 respectively and the Ibrox club will need a fresh face between the sticks in the not-too-distant future.
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