Rangers fans are looking for Robby McCrorie to get closer to the Rangers first team next season after his impressive display for the Scotland U21s side in their victory against France on Wednesday night.
He pulled off a classy save to deny Steve Ambre on his debut for the U21s side, keeping a clean sheet in a 1-0 win over the hosts of the Toulon Tournament.
— Scotland (@ScottishFA) May 30, 2018
Spending last season on loan at Scottish League Two outfit Berwick Rangers, fans are now hoping for him to either be deputy to the recently arrived Allan McGregor or gain first-team loan experience at a higher level.
Brother to stand-out defender-stroke-midfielder Ross McCrorie, the 20-year-old has a bright future and supporters love nothing more than seeing one of their own show potential to make it at Ibrox.
Can he push on next season and oust the likes of Jak Alnwick and Wes Foderingham to the number two spot at the club?
Fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts after his latest display…
I’m sure Robbie McCrorie will be number one at Ibrox in another season .
— Rab mcclymont (@mcc_rab) May 30, 2018
both McCrorie brothers got huge futures ahead of them, I wonder if Robbie will get another loan at a higher level than last season as important he keeps playing games, also interested to see where Ross fits into Gerrard's new Rangers set up🤔
— Scott Cameron (@Cammy26_2) May 30, 2018
— The Rangers Chorus (@RangersChorus) May 30, 2018
Hope Gerrard makes McCrorie our no2 this season. Read nothing but good things about him https://t.co/jCa2ZatDFq
— craig mackechnie (@CMackechnie) May 30, 2018
What a great save Robby played well 🇬🇧
— Kimmie (@kimmierfc1690) May 30, 2018
That was some save big man, really outstanding. Soon yourself and Ross will be the spine of our team, happy days. 🔴⚪️🔵
— MarkAllenWellPlayedSir (@harding_ivor) May 30, 2018
Well Done Son. Not Yer Busiest Night But couple of great saves. Hopefully you'll stay with rangers. 🔴⚪🔵
— Del Boy Lyttle (@Bluebear_1979) May 31, 2018
Some genes your maw and da have, pair of heroes.
— Wullie Bethel (@WullieBethel) May 30, 2018