Ally Mccoist & Barrie McKay

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. Barrie McKay (born 30 December 1994) is a Scottish footballer who plays for Scottish Third Division side Rangers. 5.0/5

Ally Mccoist Barrie McKay Lewis Macleod Lee Mcculloch Bru Third Division Kal Naismith Kevin Kyle Fraser Aird Robbie Crawford Murray Park Dean Shiels Elgin City Ian Black Francisco Sandaza David Templeton Third Division Darren Cole Kyle Hutton Chris Hegarty

RANGERS youngster Barrie McKay has joined SPFL Championship side Morton on a one-month loan deal. The winger featured 41 times for the Light Blues last season as they won the Third Division title by 24 points. But with a much more experienced squad at his disposal this season, manager Ally McCoist has used McKay far less than many people expected. The bulk of his outings since the summer have been in Gordon Durie’s under-20 side, with just 65 minutes of top-team action coming otherwise. McKay, who turns 19 on Monday, last featured at senior level back in September, when he played the final seven minutes of a 1-0 win at Forfar. Manager Ally McCoist spoke last month of his confidence that the teenage talent would find his best form again after struggling to stay involved in recent months. But with no under-20 fixtures scheduled until January 21, he has taken the opportunity to farm McKay out to gain additional game time. Morton, now managed by Dean Shiels’ father Kenny, have five games pencilled in for ...
RANGERS manager Ally McCoist is sticking with a winning formula as he fields the same starting XI against Clyde which beat Queen’s Park last week. The Ibrox boss was impressed with his men as they scored four second-half goals against the Spiders to go 22 points clear at the top of the Third Division. And he’s looking for the same side to do a job for him again at Broadwood as he goes into that match minus seven senior players. Club captain Lee Mcculloch, Kevin Kyle, Lewis Macleod, Darren Cole, Ross Perry and Fran Sandaza are all injured, while Kal Naismith is suspended. That means Andy Little will lead the line once again after his double against the Hampden outfit seven days ago. He’ll be supported by wingers David Templeton and Barrie McKay, with Dean Shiels playing in behind his countryman in the hole. Ian Black teams up with Kyle Hutton in central midfield after he scored his first goal for the club last time out. And a back four of Anestis Argyriou, Chris Hegarty, Emilson Cribari and skipper-f ...
RANGERS will be without six senior players for tomorrow’s meeting with Queen’s Park and the expectation is Lee Mcculloch will join them on the sidelines once again too. The Light Blues captain trained this morning at Murray Park but is now getting intensive treatment on the ankle problem which has sidelined him for most of 2013 so far. McCulloch is rated as extremely doubtful for the clash with the Spiders, although boss Ally McCoist will give him every chance to prove his fitness. Kevin Kyle and Francisco Sandaza are definitely absent through injuries while Kal Naismith is suspended for two games after he was sent off at Dundee United six days ago. That leaves the Ibrox team desperately short of attacking options and Andy Little will move into a central striking role from the right side of midfield. Barrie McKay will probably come into the team too after turning in a good show for Scotland’s under-19s against the Netherlands in midweek. Lewis Macleod remains on crutches and with a brace on his knee ...
Kane proving able at Blue Brazil as striker Hemmings waits for call to Rangers frontline action OPPORTUNITY has emerged through adversity for a select group of Rangers players. Kane Hemmings hopes his loan spell at Cowdenbeath will set him up to challenge for a first-team strike slot at Rangers There have been few silver linings in the dark clouds that have hung over Ibrox during the most tumultuous year in the club's 140-year history. However, the emergence of the next group of potential Gers stars has raised optimism of a bright future. Most of the latest budding Light Blues have cut their teeth in the heat of battle in the Irn-Bru Third Division, but Kane Hemmings finds himself in a different challenge. Instead of bidding for title glory with Ally McCoist's side, he is battling relegation with First Division Cowdenbeath. After impressing during his initial loan spell, he has agreed to extend his stay in Fife until the end of this month. Hemmings has seen the likes of Lewis Macleod, Barrie McKay and Fra ...
Durrant backs call to rest Ibrox graduates as degree of difficulty is cranked up for cup IAN Durrant today defended Rangers boss Ally McCoist's decision to rest his young guns – and insisted the Ibrox club will reap the rewards in the future. Lewis Macleod has been a familiar face for Rangers The Light Blues boss has left starlets like Fraser Aird, Robbie Crawford, Lewis Macleod and Barrie McKay out of his team in Irn-Bru Third Division ties in recent weeks. Without the enthusiasm, pace and skill of the highly-rated Murray Park graduates, performances on the park have often left much to be desired for the supporters. Indeed, this month Rangers have slumped to a 1-1 draw with Elgin City, survived a second-half scare against Berwick Rangers and sneaked a narrow 1-0 victory over Peterhead. At the weekend the Glasgow giants passed up a number of gilt-edged opportunities and then conceded a late equaliser to draw with part-timers Montrose. And three of those games – the league meetings with football minnow ...
Rangers starlet Fraser Aird: Living life in the Third dimension has taken my game to a higher plane Published on 9 January 2013 By CHRIS JACK WHEN Fraser Aird arrived at Rangers, his dream was to star in Scotland's top flight wearing the famous blue jersey. The reality has proven somewhat different but the Canadian kid reckons life in our bottom tier has proven to be just as useful an experience as he bids to become an Ibrox hero. Gers boss Ally McCoist has not been afraid to utilise the best talents to roll off the Auchenhowie conveyor belt in recent months. However, it has been no normal introduction to the Rangers first-team arena, with life in the Irn-Bru Third Division a far cry from what previous budding Light Blues stars have experienced. The unconventional for previous generations has become the norm for Aird and youngsters such as Lewis Macleod, Chris Hegarty, Barrie McKay and Robbie Crawford, all of whom have shown up well so far this season as they bid to help Gers back to the big time. "It is ...
3-1 AT ANNAN RANGERS made a positive start to 2013 by picking up three more points on their travels against Annan Athletic. Despite the cold and windy conditions at Galabank the Light Blues again worked hard to record their 11th league win on the bounce on a tricky 3G surface. Goals from David Templeton (2) and Robbie Crawford gave the visitors a 3-1 New Year victory and few would argue it is wasn't deserved. With several players unavailable Ally McCoist had to shuffle his pack and as a result his team did not perform at their best throughout the 90 minutes. But getting another away victory was the objective and ten of the 16 players listed in Rangers squad came through the club's youth academy. In total McCoist made three changes to his starting eleven with Barrie McKay dropping to the bench and skipper Lee Mcculloch and Emilson Cribari ruled out. This meant Darren Cole was in at right back but it was to be a frustrating afternoon for the defender who was stretchered off with an ankle injury at the start ...
TUESDAY, 18 DECEMBER 2012 18:45 Fran Back In The Fold WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON Francisco Sandaza makes a welcome return to the Rangers starting line-up tonight as Ally McCoist shuffles his pack for the home meeting with Annan Athletic. Spanish striker Sandaza is fit again after more than two months on the sidelines following a broken cheekbone. The forward suffered the dreadful injury against Motherwell at the end of September in the League Cup and very nearly lost his eye as a result. But he has made good progress since and after being on the bench for the Scottish Cup tie with Elgin at the start of the month as an unused substitute, he plays this evening. Sandaza comes in as both Dean Shiels and Kevin Kyle, the men who played up front against Montrose on Saturday, have been ruled out with knocks. That means Andy Little will move forward from the right midfield position he occupied at Links Park to join the attack. Filling the void he has left is Barrie McKay, who set up goals for both Shiels and Robbi ...
TUESDAY, 11 DECEMBER 2012 13:25 Kids Can Be Legends WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON CHARLIE MILLER has told Rangers’ youngsters they can become club legends by taking the Light Blues back to the top of Scottish football. The former Ibrox midfielder was one of many ex-players back on their old stomping ground at the weekend as part of Gers’ 140 years celebrations. Someone who broke through into the first team at the age of 17 in September 1993, Miller knows what it takes to make an impact at such a young age. And he has spoken of his admiration for those who are now making themselves regulars in the side under Ally McCoist. The way things are panning out at Rangers just now was summed up in a wonderful image after Andy Little scored the team’s clinching second goal against Stirling on Saturday. As he wheeled away in celebration, he was quickly joined by jubilant team-mates Kyle Hutton, Kal Naismith, Chris Hegarty, Barrie McKay, Lewis Macleod and Tom Walsh. That’s a sight that should excite any Light Blu ...
Rangers 2-0 Motherwell: Ibrox side knock SPL leaders out of League Cup Wed, 26 Sep 2012 21:39:26 GMT Rangers showed they can still compete with the top sides in the country by dumping in-form Motherwell out of the Scottish Communities League Cup tonight. The Light Blues faced top-flight opposition for the first time since being consigned to liquidation and voted into the Irn-Bru Third Division in the summer when the Clydesdale Bank Premier League leaders came calling in the third round tie. Motherwell were branded favourites by their hosts ahead of this game but any hopes of claiming a first win at Ibrox since 1997 were dashed by goals from Lee Mcculloch and Dean Shiels as Rangers booked their place in the quarter-finals. Ally McCoist made two changes to his side from the weekend after Ian Black failed to recover from a hamstring injury and Barrie McKay was dropped to the bench. Francisco Sandaza was drafted into the starting line-up and Fraser Aird made his first start after an impressive debut from the ...
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