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Chris Hegarty

Chris Hegarty (born 24 July 1984) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a midfielder.

Ross Perry Kyle Hutton Lewis MacLeod David Templeton Barrie McKay Kal Naismith Ian Black Robbie Crawford Emilson Cribari Ally McCoist Dean Shiels Lee Wallace Dundee United Fraser Aird Lee McCulloch Nicky Clark Murray Park Scottish Cup


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Just found out I cannot sue that mongrel doctor at the hospital. Chris Hegarty, you are going to regret the day...
Russ Mountford, Jamie Coward, Dan Hegarty, Chris Dixon, Ian Pattinson, Kamil Holan have all impressed as has Alan Bonner.
listening to Chris brown and all bby you proud?
Linfield can today officially announce that we have signed former Rangers defender Chris Hegarty on a 2 year contract.
Chris Hegarty is Linfield's second summer signing following sammy Morrow to Windsor Park. Hopefully more to come
Just to make it clear so far today to leave Rangers are , Andrew Little, Chris Hegarty and Ross Perry. More news to follow //chiz
Great To Be Back Kyle Hutton was happy to come through his first game since breaking his leg but insists he needs a full 90 minutes before he can come back into the first team. The midfielder featured for just over an hour of last night’s 1-0 SPFL Under-20 League win over Dundee United at Dumbarton. Although it was a quiet game for the 23-year-old, he turned in a solid enough show as he got back into the groove following more than three months out of action. Hutton was delighted to avoid any ill effects and is eager now to play as much as he can as he tries to earn himself a new deal at Ibrox. The Murray Park youth product is out of contract this summer and in that sense 2013/14 couldn’t have gone much worse for him as he has been sidelined by two serious injuries. But he is adamant he must be sensible and will look to get a whole game under his belt before he tries to kick on again. The former Partick loanee returned in a match which saw Chris Hegarty continue his comeback bid and he played the entir ...
U20: Rangers 1-0 Dundee United CRAIG HALKETT’S second-minute header moved Rangers level on points with Celtic at the top of the SPFL Under-20 League as they beat Dundee United 1-0. The Parkhead side lost earlier in the evening against Hibs by a single goal as the sides came together at Livingston. That presented an opportunity to make up ground on the leaders and although Gers still lie second on goal difference, they’ve done exactly that. Another plus was the return of Kyle Hutton, who played his first game in more than three months after breaking his leg at this level in November at Partick Thistle. He completed 62 minutes before being replaced on a good night for Gordon Durie’s team, who extended their unbeaten run to 17 matches. Rangers had to come from behind twice to get a draw at Tannadice the last time these sides met towards the end of October. But while the Light Blues had kicked on since then in considerable style, the same couldn’t be said of the Taysiders and they arrived in Dumbarton ...
Ian Doubtful For Airdrie Clash Ian Black is a doubt for tomorrow’s League One match with Airdrieonians after he sustained a dead leg against Albion Rovers on Sunday. The former Hearts midfielder was able to play the full 90 minutes of the 1-1 Scottish Cup quarter-final draw with the Coatbridge outfit. But he missed training today and has been icing his leg in between treatment sessions so it remains to be seen if he’ll make the starting line-up. Black has been an important part of Ally McCoist’s side this season and has only missed six games in all competitions. If he has to sit out a seventh this midweek, it’ll create an opening for the likes of Robbie Crawford or Arnold Peralta to fill. Kyle Hutton is only making his comeback from a broken leg suffered more than three months ago tonight in an under-20 clash with Dundee United at Dumbarton. That means he wouldn’t be considered to deputise for Black given he has been sidelined ever since he was injured in a game at Partick Thistle in November. C ...
Looking To The Future CHRIS HEGARTY admits he’ll happily play under-20 football for the rest of the season if it helps him get in the best shape possible for the final year of his Rangers contract. The defender is set to continue his comeback from a long-term ankle injury tomorrow when Gordon Durie’s side hosts Dundee United at Dumbarton. Kick-off in that match is 7pm and midfielder Kyle Hutton is also in the squad as he looks set to play his first match since suffering a broken leg in November. Hegarty came back into the side in its last game against Hearts two weeks ago and he’s hoping to complete the whole 90 minutes against the Arabs. He knows not to over-exert himself though more than seven months on from his last competitive appearance for the club. Hegarty has been a spectator for virtually all of this term as Gers have played themselves to the brink of the League One title. His contract doesn’t expire until summer next year but he knows he has plenty of lost time to make up for between now ...
No Fears Over Waldo Ally McCoist has no fears over Lee Wallace ahead of this weekend’s Scottish Cup tie with Albion Rovers despite the full-back not playing a full part in training this week. The former Hearts player missed two sessions due to fatigue but came back into the group this morning at Auchenhowie. Wallace played a full part and provided there’s no adverse reaction he’ll be in the squad for the quarter-final fixture on Sunday. The Rangers vice-captain has once again performed a key role for the club this season, playing in all bar three of the first team’s 35 games so far. He has also turned out for Scotland in fixtures against Macedonia and the USA and had reached a point where he needed extra rest. The 26-year-old was afforded additional time to recuperate but is back to normal again and the manager should start him on the left side of defence as usual against Rovers. McCoist, speaking at his pre-match press conference, said: “Lee hasn’t trained for a couple of days but he tells us ...
U20: Rangers 1-1 Hearts A 58th minute strike from Charlie Telfer earned Rangers' under-20s a hard-fought draw against Hearts at Murray Park. The point claimed means the Light Blues unbeaten run in all competitions now stretches to 16 games and while there will be a sense of disappointment at not winning at home credit must go to the visitors who put in an impressive performance on the night. Indeed they took the lead within the first minute of the game from the penalty spot. Chris Hegarty, on his return to action following a lengthy spell out with an ankle injury, was guilty of committing a foul inside the box after just 20 seconds and referee Colin Steven immediately pointed to the spot. Jambos midfielder Callum Tapping stepped up and calmly sent Scott Gallacher the wrong way with an accurate finish. It was the perfect start for Robbie Neilson’s side who had plenty of pace and skill in attack and on the wings. Rangers however also looked a threat going forward and on seven minutes a low shot from Robbi ...
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Stenny Will Make It Tough Ally McCoist believes his Rangers players will face a tricky 90 minutes tomorrow and doesn’t expect them to hit eight goals like they did the last time Stenhousemuir travelled to Ibrox. On that occasion on September 28, 2013 the Light Blues put on a terrific display to record their biggest win of the season to date with Jon Daly scoring four and Bilel Mohsni, Lee Wallace, Andy Little and David Templeton also on target in a sensational 8-0 victory. Since then Rangers have faced Stenny twice at Ochilview Park and both matches have been far tighter affairs. On October 29 a header from Daly was enough to take Rangers through to the final of the Ramsdens Cup and a double from Nicky Law secured three League One points on January 5. McCoist expects more of the same this weekend and the Stenhousemuir players will no doubt be out to impress with Scott Booth installed as their new manager on Tuesday. Previous boss Martyn Corrigan stepped down on January 21 and with tomorrow’s visitors ...
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Nightmare Spell Nearly Over CHRIS HEGARTY is looking forward to putting his injury nightmare behind him at last as he gets set to return to the Rangers squad. The Northern Ireland under-21 cap is a week or so from being considered to be fully fit again, with only a lack of match sharpness holding him back. The former Millwall trainee has had a difficult campaign so far and has only played twice competitively in the 2013/14 campaign. His more recent appearance saw Hegarty score the first goal in the 4-1 League One opener against Brechin away back on August 10. But he hasn’t been able to play since then because of a persistent ankle problem which needed surgery that ultimately didn’t work. Hegarty’s only option thereafter was to take time out of the game completely to let the joint heal properly and that was a frustrating period. Having got through that though and been back in light training for the last few weeks, he’s just about ready to rejoin Ally McCoist’s pool as normal again. Hegarty took t ...
Stars Are Shining Again THE transfer window is closed, Ally McCoist’s squad remains intact and he now knows who he has to work with for the rest of the season. A little over a week ago, many of you were nervously clock watching and willing it to go faster so that Lee Wallace could no longer be sold. Come 11pm last Friday night, the relief on social media networks when it was confirmed he is staying for the remainder of the campaign was tangible. Have no doubt, Lee never wanted to leave nor did Ally want to lose him. They were both desperate to fend off his suitors. And while the club’s financial position isn’t ideal, if it was really as bad as some claim that second bid from Nottingham Forest would surely have been accepted but it wasn’t. Retaining the Scotland full-back was crucial, not just for this season but also for the long-term development and evolution of the squad. In that respect, January was a much better month for Rangers than many of us perhaps expected. After all, it also saw a retur ...
Same Again For Gers Ally McCoist has named the same starting XI for the second game in a row as Rangers prepare to take on Dunfermline Athletic in the Scottish Cup fifth round at Ibrox this evening. After Saturday’s 2-1 League One victory over Brechin City the Light Blues will be hoping to reach the last eight stage of the Cup for the first time in four years but will face a tough test against Jim Jefferies’ side. Lewis MacLeod, as expected, will miss the tie with long-term absentees Kyle Hutton, Ross Perry and Chris Hegarty making good progress but they will need under-20 or bounce games before they return to first-team duty. Nicky Clark meanwhile is still in a protective boot as his foot fracture sustained in the 1-0 win at Airdrieonians on January 2 takes time to heal. Between the posts against the Pars tonight is Cammy Bell, who will make make his 24th appearance this season, and in front of the club’s number one is a back four of Sebastien Faure, skipper Lee McCulloch, Bilel Mohsni and Lee Wall ...
Macleod Misses Cup Tie Lewis MacLeod has failed to recover in time for tomorrow’s Scottish Cup tie with Dunfermline and will miss the game. Manager Ally McCoist had been hopeful earlier in the week the 19-year-old would be fit enough to play some part against the Pars. But he was missing from training again this morning and a decision has been taken not to risk the Scotland under-21 international. Macleod has had a difficult start to 2014 and has suffered from a mixture of injury and health problems in the last few weeks. He’ll be given as long as he needs to recover but McCoist will clearly hope he can return next week in League One against Ayr United at Somerset Park. Macleod’s absence this time around means Gers will go into their meeting with Jim Jefferies’ side with the same pool that beat Brechin 2-1 five days ago. David Templeton’s early removal from that game was simply because he was tired and he has made a full recovery to the point where he’ll be available. Indeed, McCoist’s only ...
Chris Hegarty is available to play in the Ramsdens Cup final despite his dismissal in the U20 defeat to Celtic:
Rangers say they've been told Chris Hegarty can play in the Ramsdens Cup final despite his red card in Mon’s U20 defeat by Celtic
Paul McMullan ripped chris hegarty a new *** last night in the u20s derby😂
'Nobody really gets sent off in reserve matches just Chris Hegarty and Dean Shiels.' - 🙊
"And Chris Hegarty's contract has just been shown a red card, it's an early appointment at the job centre for him."
Chris Hegarty sent off for the 20s tonight. If he's in a rangers top next season I'll cry.
'19 - YELLOW: Chris Hegarty booked for a tackle on Paul McMullan on the touchline.
Ian Black and Arnold Peralta are both banned for Rangers and Nicky Clark misses out against the team he scored 4 times against in December with a foot problem Lewis MacLeod and David Templeton have returned to training after injury and could feature against the Station Park side however Kyle Hutton remains out following a broken leg and long term ankle injuries continue to keep Ross Perry and Chris Hegarty away from the action. Manager Ally McCoist said: “The players have been fantastic in the way that they have gone about their business. I am sure they will go out and play this game like they have been playing games all season.” “Forfar are in form with good wins in their last two games and knowing *** Campbell as I do I know they will be fired up. They have given us two tough games at station Park already this season and I am sure that this will be a third one.” McCoist added: “We had a great performance and a 6-1 win over Forfar at our place and a repeat of that would be very welcome.”
Scottish League One: Forfar v Rangers team news Last Updated: 20/01/14 10:55am Rangers boss Ally McCoist fears striker Nicky Clark could be out for as long as seven weeks after a scan showed he has fractured his right foot. Clark suffered severe bruising to the foot in the 1-0 win at Airdrie on January 2 Suspended midfield duo Ian Black and Arnold Peralta will also miss Monday night's League One clash with Forfar as well as Steven Smith (ankle), Chris Hegarty (ankle), Kyle Hutton (broken leg) and Ross Perry (ankle). But David Templeton (thigh), Lewis MacLeod (calf) and Dean Shiels (arm) have shaken off knocks and are in the frame after taking part in full training.
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RANGERS have been rocked by news Nicky Clark is expected to be out for around six weeks after it was revealed he has a fracture in his right foot. The striker took a kick during the 1-0 win over Airdrieonians on January 2 and was consequently only fit enough to sit on the bench at Stenhousemuir three days later. After that he was sent for an x-ray which proved to be inconclusive but a further scan has highlighted a small fracture. That swells a treatment room already well populated by the likes of Ross Perry, Chris Hegarty, Kyle Hutton and Stevie Smith at present. It also leaves Ally McCoist short of recognised forwards, with Jon Daly and Andy Little his only fit senior strikers. Clark’s absence means he should miss around half a dozen games, starting with Monday’s trip to Forfar Athletic.
RANGERS will go into tomorrow’s match against East Fife with one of their most depleted squads of the season as injuries begin to mount up. Nicky Clark is the latest player to be sidelined and he’s due to go for a scan on a foot problem on Monday. Long-term absentees Ross Perry and Chris Hegarty remain sidelined although they were able to do some ball work at Murray Park this morning. On top of that, Stevie Smith and David Templeton are still out ahead of the clash with Gary Naysmith’s Methil team. Midfielder Lewis MacLeod does have a chance of featuring against the New Bayview outfit after being out with a calf strain recently. He’ll be given until as late as possible to prove his fitness but given he didn’t train with the squad today. Instead he worked by himself in the gym at the training complex and the expectation is he’ll also sit the match out. Bilel Mohsni will return to the team after serving a one-game suspension following a second yellow card after the final whistle at Airdrieonians ...
Black Misses Cup Tie Ian Black will miss tomorrow’s Scottish Cup third round tie with Airdrieonians as he serves a suspension carrying over from last season. The midfielder was sent off in the 3-0 defeat to Dundee United in the last 16 of the event at Tannadice. He consequently serves a ban against the Diamonds and that creates an opening in the side for someone else to come in. Kyle Hutton has featured a couple of times as a substitute recently against Brechin and East Fife and he could make his first start of the campaign. Arnold Peralta could also drop back into a deeper role to allow the likes of Andy Little or Robbie Crawford to feature on the right side of the usual more advanced midfield three. Elsewhere, Ross Perry is undergoing surgery on his ankle in London today in order to finally get him back on the road to recovery. All being well, he will be expected to start running again in about 12 weeks as he looks to put around 18 months of injury problems behind him once and for all. Chris Hegarty i ...
What is current status on Richard Foster, Chris Hegarty, Ross Perry, Kyle Hutton and Andy Little and when will each return?
Rangers are boosted by the return of Ian Black for their Scottish League One game against Dunfermline at Ibrox. The midfielder was suspended for Friday's William Hill Scottish Cup tie against Airdrie but is back in contention for the visit of the Pars. Long-term casualties Ross Perry, Chris Hegarty and Dean Shiels remain on the sidelines. Provisional squad: Bell, Foster, Wallace, McCulloch, Mohsni, Macleod, Templeton, Law, Peralta, Aird, Hutton, Daly, Clark, Little, Simonsen, Crawford, Faure, Smith, Black.
Rangers youngster Chris Hegarty believes Hearts administration crisis could be the making of many of the Jambos' fresh-faced recruits. The 20-year-old Northern Irishman went through the nightmare of Rangers' own demise into insolvency last summer and admitted he feared he would end up out of a job. But along with the likes of Barry MacKay, Lewis MacLeod and Andy Little, he formed part of a youthful spine that helped the Ibrox club recover from its darkest hour to claim the Irn-Bru Third Division title. Hearts have already been forced to rely on the likes of Callum Tapping, Jamie Walker and Kevin McHattie after cash restraints bit into their playing budget. But now with the Tynecastle club on the verge of administration, defender Hegarty says the young players could soon find themselves being the men of the house. He said: "A lot of the younger boys (at Hearts) got a lot of first-team experience last season. It won't be as *** them as it would have been if they were getting thrown into the deep end str ...
TRALEE CUP FINAL COUNTDOWN Tralee as the soccer capital of the Kingdom, it's fitting that the big 2 clubs in town Tralee Dynamos & The Park contest the Greyhound Bar cup final this Sunday at the K.D.L. grounds Cahermoneen with a 3.30p.m. kick off. Both sides will have strong panels to call from Dynamos will have great players with big game experience to call on James Sugrue, Maurice Fitzgerald, Jonathon Burrows, James Wall & Mark Fitzgerald have been there before and know what's expected. The injection of youth this year with Danny Roche, Shane Carey, Jonathan Hannafin have continued the Dynamos tradition of total football. Managers Jason Fitzgerald & Ross O'Connor will have some selection headaches before deciding their starting 11. Other players available for selection not mentioned above include Jason Fitzgerald, Oliver Coffey, Ivan Maher, Shane McMahon, Theo Diggins, Jamie McIntyre, Aido O'Connell, Chris Hegarty, Enis Rramani & Adrian McHugh. Not forgetting players who contributed throughout the seaso ...
GOUGH has offered his congratulations to Rangers’ young players for the part they have played in winning the Third Division title this season. Manager Ally McCoist has been fortunate enough to call upon the experience of people such as Lee McCulloch, Lee Wallace, Neil Alexander, Emilson Cribari and Ian Black in 2012/13. But talents in their late teens and early 20s such as Lewis MacLeod, Chris Hegarty, Kyle Hutton, Ross Perry and Andy Little have also been regulars in the first XI. The likes of Fraser Aird, Barrie McKay, Robbie Crawford, Kal Naismith and Andy Mitchell have made good impacts when they’ve been given the chance to as well. In total, 19 Murray Park youth products have featured for the senior side at some point this term, 16 of them in competitive fixtures. Gough has been impressed by the way so many of them have adapted to the weight of expectation on their shoulders. And he has offered his support to them after noting the mental toughness they have had to show to keep Gers so far ahead o ...
'40 - Chris Hegarty heading straight over to Ally McCoist to celebrate; both dancing Gangnam Style!
Lee Wallace should be a fixture at left back, Chris Hegarty can still develop but not sure if RB or CB.
Enjoyed that Frankie tho 'Should we gamble on a Chris Hegarty or buy a Jon Daly to help in defence?' more a Cribari sub...
By Mark Guidi | 10 Mar 2013 00:01 Ally McCoist and his players had the perfect chance to make Charles Green eat his words. But they blew it. Big time. The Rangers chief executive had described the current team as the worst in the club’s history. And they failed to contradict him yesterday as they crashed to their first home league defeat of the season. They left the stadium to a chorus of boos from the home fans who bothered to stay until full-time. McCoist took pelters as did Ian Black, Kyle Hutton, Fran Sandaza, Chris Hegarty, Anestis Argyriou and Emilson Cribari. And rightly so. None deserved to be let off the hook. It was an embarrassment and a humiliation for Rangers. But let’s put that to one side for now and praise Jim Chapman and his men. They were magnificent, from keeper Alex Mitchell right through the team to striker David Hopkirk. Annan could have had their noses in front before half time but David Murray wasted good chances inside the area. But they were two up after 55 minutes after go . ...
Dean Shiels will return to Rangers’ starting eleven for today’s SFL3 clash against Jim Chapman’s Annan Athletic. The 28-year-old playmaker will make his 29th appearance of the season, two of which were from the bench, taking the place of David Templeton who has picked up an Achilles injury. This is the only change Ally McCoist has made to the side which kicked-off against East Stirlingshire last weekend. That means Kal Naismith retains his place and it is the second time the youngster has faced the Galabankies after he replaced Andy Little in Rangers’ 3-0 victory over Annan at Ibrox on December 18. As expected a back four of Anestis Argyriou, Emilson Cribari, Chris Hegarty and Lee Wallace will play in front of ever-present keeper Neil Alexander. Naismith is once again expected to start on the right side of midfield with Ian Black and Kyle Hutton through the middle and Shiels on the left. Up top in-form Andy Little, who is now on 24 goals for the season, will support skipper Lee McCulloch who is on ...
Kids Must Kick On WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON Lee McCulloch has paid tribute to Rangers’ young stars for the impact they have made this season – and says their aim now is to become even BETTER than they already are. The likes of Lewis MacLeod, Barrie McKay and Chris Hegarty have become mainstays of Ally McCoist’s team since breaking through in the last few months. Fraser Aird, Robbie Crawford and Kal Naismith have also made an impact after being without first-team appearances prior to the start of the campaign. Although there have been teething issues at times since last summer, club captain McCulloch - who returned to action from an ankle injury in yesterday's 3-1 win over East Stirlingshire - has been hugely impressed with the way the emerging talents have adapted. At the same time, he accepts Gers as a team have been fortunate at times not to have been punished more severely for some of the mistakes they have made whilst in action. That has been due, in part, to the level the Light Blues have been ...
Lee of absence shows how Coisty must make experience top priority By MATTHEW LINDSAY Ally McCoist needs to add experienced players to his squad to bolster his bid to return Rangers to the top of the Scottish game. Bobby Russell reckons Lee McCulloch has been missed That was the verdict today of Gers great Bobby Russell today as he looked back on his old club's 1-1 draw with Stirling Albion on Tuesday night. Russell was working at the Irn-Bru Third Division match at Forthbank in midweek in a new role as a co-commentator for Rangers TV. The former midfielder now spends much of his time in Ontario in Canada where he is a coach with the Aurora Stingers Youth Soccer Club. And the Hall of Fame member was stunned at just how fresh-faced the team McCoist fielded in Stirling was. Murray Park graduates like Chris Hegarty, Kyle Hutton, Andy Little, Barrie McKay and Kal Naismith were all involved for the league leaders. But Russell was not greatly surprised as an impressive eight-game winning run on the road in the l ...
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Rangers grind out win with a moment of class Posted by John Gow Before the match Ally McCoist said that the last time his team played Berwick away it was as bad a performance as the Light Blues have given all season. This time there was an improvement, if only because of a 3-1 win. As so often happens this season, Rangers started the match slower than the opposition and were punished with a 1-0 deficit before they had decided to get going. With Brazilian Emilson Cribari missing the game through illness, it came to Ross Perry to team up with Chris Hegarty in the centre of defence. This is an area that has been a big problem for Rangers all season and it was no real surprise to see them leaking goals again. This time it came from a corner in which the ball bounced off a hapless and unusually unsettled Anestis Argyriou to hit the back of the net for the English side to go ahead. Unfortunately, the rest of the match wasn't much better for the Light Blues except in scoring more goals and winning the game. Of c ...
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 21:55 Luca: Heads I Win Written by Andrew Dickson Luca: Heads I Win LUCA GASPAROTTO was delighted to celebrate his new deal at Rangers with a headed goal as Tommy Wilson’s swifts won the SFL Reserve League against Queen’s Park. The Canadian defender nodded in the clincher in a 2-0 victory against the Spiders after Fraser Aird had broken the deadlock moments before half-time. Gasparotto is one of a number of young players who have committed themselves to the club recently after he put pen to paper last week. Like Kal Naismith and Chris Hegarty, he has agreed terms that keep him at Ibrox until the summer of 2015. And having won the second-string title, the stopper now has his eye on a first-team place in the weeks ahead. Gasparotto said: “I’m thrilled to sign a two-year extension. That’s great news for me because I love this club and I’m glad I’m staying. “To celebrate with a goal tonight was brilliant. I couldn’t have asked for anything better and winning the Re ...
"Rangers defender Chris Hegarty, on signing a two-year deal, says he was fitting windows last summer for £50 a day"
Kal Naismith, Chris Hegarty, Fraser Aird, Barrie McKay and Robbie Crawford all signed new Rangers deals.
Chris Hegarty, Robbie Crawford, Barrie McKay, Lewis MacLeod and now Frazer Aird on longterm contracts. Something that we all can smile about
WEDNESDAY, 06 FEBRUARY 2013 17:20 Perry Doubt Argy Back WRITTEN BY LINDSAY HERRON Ally McCoist is set to reshuffle his defence this weekend as he seeks to edge ever closer to the SFL 3 title. Ross Perry looks like missing against Queen’s Park as a result of a hamstring strain which could mean Chris Hegarty moving into a centre back slot. And there could also be a recall for Anestis Argyriou who has not featured since the game at Elgin on December 21. McCoist told RangersTV: “Ross is struggling and has not been fit enough to train so far this week so he is a serious doubt. “Chris Hegarty came on for Ross last week and I felt he did fine because he stood up well to Jon Daly and that’s the type of challenge he likes. “Argyriou will come back into the plans this weekend. As I have said before he works hard and he is a good trainer but has found himself out of the plans. “Barrie McKay is another one who will be in the plans this weekend – if not starting.” McCoist was deeply disappointed with . ...
What a great day I had today. Went for breakfast with Craig Hegarty and Chris Hegarty. Then we went up to Funspot up in Weirs. played a ton of games had lunch there. On our way home we stopped by to visit with my mom, Grampy and Alice (Cathy Robinson-Fitzpatrick). Then we came home Craig and Chris brought in a TON of wood. The house is nice and toast warm. I went to visit my friend Diane Harvey Courtemanche Graham. Then I picked up Thomas Hegarty and we went grocery shopping. Now I am home relaxing. Amanda Stubbs and Savannah are coming over tomarrow. I am so Loving life!
Here's what Rangers starlets Chris Hegarty & Andy Little got for Christmas. Looking good lads! //Mark
Todays Rangers report Lewis MacLeod and Kyle Hutton also claimed a goal apiece against Elgin, while Daniel Moore and Mark Nicolson found the net for the home side in an entertaining top-of-the-table tussle at Borough Briggs. Rangers made a quick start and took the lead after five minutes when Little collected a neat pass through the middle from David Templeton before rounding goalkeeper John Gibson and slotting into the back of the net. Elgin were back on level terms with 17 minutes on the clock when the ball broke for Moore and he sent an impressive curling effort past the reach of Neil Alexander. Rangers restored their lead after 24 minutes when Little grabbed his second of the day. Templeton was again the provider with the cut-back and all that was required was a simple tap-in from the Northern Ireland international. Again, the home side responded positively with a goal of their own. Chris Hegarty was booked for a foul on David Niven on the edge of the box and Nicolson dispatched a superb swerving free ...
Tell Hugh Keevins and Derek Johnston that Chris Hegarty is from Northern Ireland not Republic of Ireland
big DJ and hugh keevins have just said that Chris Hegarty is from southern ireland..is that true.i thot he was from the north??
so impresed by Chris Hegarty..hes gona be a future royal blue star..Mr Cool.keep up the gud work Ulster lad
Dean Shiels' super strike inspired Rangers to first away win of the season, says Chris Hegarty
i got rid of Fagan and Daly! couldnt get a work permit for Pirez, best signing is Chris Hegarty from Rangers.. free after 2/3 years
Rangers FC (Official): Chris Hegarty has become the latest player to commit himself to Rangers FC (Official) after the Northern Ireland under-21 captain signed a new deal with the club. READ the full story on the club site here: said: "It's massive for me. You grow up dreaming of these things and the dream's coming true for me but I have to make sure it stays that way." READ:
Chris Hegarty - my centre back. Has the same goals-game ratio as Craig Bellamy this season. 2:1.
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