Rangers have a host of young homegrown players out on loan at the moment.
The likes of Zak Rudden and Ryan Hardie have impressed all season, while Robby McCrorie and Andy Dallas are finding their feet in senior football, after recent moves.
Last weekend, young midfielder, Jamie Barjonas opened his senior account with a screamer for Raith Rovers.

Barjonas already has nine SPL appearances for the Gers. (Photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)
Kyle Bradley has now followed in his footsteps.
This is second loan spell away from Ibrox, having spent time at Clyde last season.

However, it didn’t really work out there and he came back to haunt them at the weekend, with his new adopted team, Annan Athletic.
The teenager has been with the Scottish League Two outfit since September, appearing 14 times in the league, so far.
Albeit in the fourth tier, that’s valuable game time for a 19-year-old trying to prove his worth to Rangers.

Bradley representing the Gers at the Hong Kong Citi Sevens tournament. (Photo by Power Sport Images/Getty Images)
His team were trailing for the majority of their Saturday home fixture, after a 25th minute goal from Kristoffer Sindholt Syvertsen.
In the 87th minute, though, Bradley stepped up.
After the ball was squared to him on the edge of the area, he threaded it through a crowded penalty area and found the bottom right corner, with the help of a slight deflection.

Judging by the celebrations, the youngster was delighted with his first senior strike, and rightly so.
You can see the goal below (4:50), via Annan Atheltic’s YouTube account.

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