In our Loan Watch feature series, the Football Transfer Tavern takes a look at how a selection of players from a particular club are faring whilst they are away from their parent side, and provide a brief update regarding their form.
This week, we look at three Rangers players currently on loan to English League One clubs.
Goalkeeper Jak Alnwick maintained his ever-present status for Blackpool in League One this season in the 2-2 draw at Ipswich on Saturday.
After 18 league appearances for the Tangerines this season, Alnwick has kept six clean sheets and now shipped 21 goals. [via TransferMarkt]
The Millers came from 0-2 down to stun the hosts and win 3-2, although the 21-year-old was withdrawn on 64 minutes for Trevor Clarke with his team two goals down. [via BBC]
Hastie managed three shots in the game, one of which was on target, but completed just nine of his 14 passes for a 64.3% success rate. [via WhoScored]
Midfielder Jordan Rossiter made his 15th league start of the season for Fleetwood in their 2-1 win over Tranmere on Saturday.
The 22-year-old played for 76 minutes at Highbury Stadium, being substituted for Jack Sowerby with his team 1-0 to the good. [via BBC]
Rossiter won five tackles, the most of anyone on the pitch, and also made three interceptions in a diligent display for Joey Barton’s team at the weekend. [via WhoScored]
Steven Gerrard will likely be happy to see the on-loan trio all featuring regularly this season, albeit in England’s third tier.
Alnwick continues to have the trust of Simon Grayson at Blackpool, while Rossiter can feel very pleased with his industrious performance for Fleetwood.
Hastie may wish he had made more of an impact after getting back into Rotherham’s line-up, though, and their comeback from two goals down following his withdrawal could see him miss out for their next game.
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