Rangers youngster Robby McCrorie has been in fantastic form while on loan with Berwick and picked up his sixth man of the match award of the season over the weekend.
Despite losing 1-0 at home to Clyde, McCrorie impressed Berwick fans who picked him as their side’s top performer against the Bully Wee.
The Gers shot-stopper is highly rated at Ibrox and fans were absolutely delighted to see the 19-year-old twin of first-team star Ross impress while with the Wee Gers.
— Berwick Rangers (@OfficialBRFC) February 11, 2018
McCrorie will spend the entire season at Sheilfield as he looks to gain valuable first-team experience before coming back to Rangers and trying to force his way into the starting XI.
After seeing the goalkeeper named man of the match on Berwick’s official Twitter account, Gers fans were quick to share their delight for the youngster.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
Keep up the good work Robbie!????????????????????????????????
— GERSACE (@handsruss) February 11, 2018
— El Búfalo (@notmorelos) February 12, 2018
Hopefully keeps getting better, after watching Foderingham today we need a decent keeper, you guys keep getting him ready for us ????
— DandyInTheGhetto (@Ml19dy76) February 11, 2018
Guys saved us on countless occasions this season and makes one mistake idiots are out in force to get rid
— Mikey (@mikeyrfc16) February 11, 2018
Brilliant Robby. Getting ready for the rangers ????⚪️????
— jim (@RFC__17) February 12, 2018
well done robby hopefully b playin along side your bro soon. keep up the great work ????????
— WATP???????? (@GraemeR1690) February 12, 2018
#Robbie is a Ranger
— Big Fat Phil (@BellyovBlyth) February 12, 2018
McCrorie has yet to make his first-team debut but has been an unused substitute a number of times in recent seasons.
The Scottish youth international recently signed a contract extension that will keep him – and twin brother Ross – at Ibrox until the summer of 2022.
McCrorie faces tough competition for a place in the first-team squad at Ibrox with Liam Kelly and Jak Alnwick competing just to be back-up to number one Wes Foderingham.
In other Rangers news, Stan Collymore has made a brutally honest admission about the Gers and bitter rivals Celtic.