Former Rangers keeper Liam Kelly might’ve moved on from Ibrox 18 months ago but his career has been a rollercoaster ever since.

Leaving the southside of Glasgow to join the ranks at Livingston, Kelly majorly impressed in the two seasons he turned out for the Lions (one on loan).

Now turning out for Queens Park Rangers and impressing in the Championship under Mark Warburton at the tender age of 23, could we ever see the keeper back at Ibrox?

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Liam Kelly was also the hero in the Carabao Cup back in August as his penalty heroics helped QPR through against Bristol City. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The keeper made the press this weekend after turning away a Patrick Bamford penalty in the Rs 1-0 win over promotion-chasing Leeds United.

It’s the latest in a string of impressive performances by the young stopper and clear vindication for moving on from Ibrox.

With Allan McGregor returning and a more mature Wes Foderingham in front of him, chances were always going to be limited for Kelly.



But as Wes Foderingham contemplates his future [Herald] and the inevitability of Allan McGregor’s career eventually coming to an end, is Kelly a potential long-term replacement?

With his career flourishing down south this isn’t with a view to the immediate or even short term.

Kelly’s former boss at Rangers – Mark Warburton – is in charge at QPR. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images)

But after coming through the ranks at Ibrox Kelly has admitted he has unfinished business at Rangers and he’d love a return one day [Daily Record].

Whilst Kelly’s story continues down south for now, there’s still plenty of time for him to establish himself as Rangers’ first-choice stopper in the future.

Could he be the long-term successor to Allan McGregor’s goalkeeping throne?

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