Rangers squad continues to get smaller as striker heads out the door


Rangers already threadbare squad has been reduced further by the sale of striker Rory Loy to Carlisle United for an undisclosed fee. He had spent this week training with Carlisle and has proven enough to secure a permanent contract with the League One side.

Loy only made one substitute’s performance for Rangers this season and Carlisle boss Greg Abbott is delighted to secure the services of the striker.

Abbott told the club’s official website, “We have a good relationship with Rangers and we have been able to keep an eye on Rory for a while. He played and scored against us in the recent friendly that we had up there, and we invited him down to train with us. He has been with us since last Monday and he has fitted in really well. Having monitored him for a while, and now having seen him first hand, we think he’s exactly the kind of player that we want to bring into the club.”

Loy is not available for Saturday’s league game against Oldham as the club are currently awaiting on international clearance.

Source: Sky Sports


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