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ordan Rossiter continues to get minutes under his belt on loan at Bury.
The club may be wracked with financial problems, but the 21-year-old is still soldiering on.

The former Liverpool youth skipper lunges in against Oldham. (Photo by Eddie Garvey/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

He played the 90 minutes in a thrilling League Two encounter on Saturday.
The Shakers eventually went down 3-2 at Carlisle United, after Hallam Hope’s late winner.
Rossiter’s side may have left without the points, but that didn’t mean the game had no significance for him personally.
It was his eleventh league outing since his loan move in January.

For the first time in his senior career, he’s getting consistent game time. (Photo by Alex Burstow/Getty Images)

That’s one more than he has registered in his entire time at Rangers, despite signing for the club way back in 2016.
It shows just how injury-plagued he’s been during his time in Scotland.
Hopefully, all those struggles are behind him now, though.
Despite the off-field issues at his adopted side, he’ll be hoping to stay niggle free and to keep impressing between now and the end of the season.

Hopefully, less time in a suit and more time in the famous shirt is on the horizon. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

If he can do that, he might finally get a proper run at Ibrox next season.
Three years after he arrived, Bears might finally get to see the combative midfielder make his mark in the SPL.

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