Date: 10th February 2020 at 8:00pm
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Having had a good loan spell out with Shrewsbury Town in the 2018/19 campaign, midfielder Greg Docherty returned to Ibrox over the summer and did get some game time under manager Steve Gerrard, namely during our August Europa League clashes, but with game time again becoming limited, he headed out to Hibernian for the second half of the year – in a deal that saw Florian Kamberi head in our direction.

The 23-year-old made his debut for Hibs as a substitute at the turn of the month, but on Sunday, he made his full debut for the side and won plenty of plaudits as they beat BSC Glasgow 4-1 in the Scottish Cup.

Not only did he open his account for them, but he also helped himself to two assists as Marc McNulty grabbed a hattrick. It was a good performance from him, and he’s done himself no harm at all when it comes to more minutes now before the end of 2019/20.

With a year left on his deal come the summer, plenty of fans are still hoping he can get himself up and running with us next year, and more showings like that may give Gerrard something to think about.

Does Docherty Have A Future At Ibrox?

Hope So

Hope So

Decide Over The Summer

Decide Over The Summer

No

No

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