Falkirk co-manager David McCracken is looking forward to working with Kyle McClelland as the Rangers youngster joins on loan.
League One is due to start back at the end of this month and the Bairns have moved to strengthen their squad in the push for a promotion to Championship football. McClelland has arrived from Rangers until the end of the season.
A Northern Irish youth international, the defender heads to the Falkirk Stadium in order to build experience for his Rangers chances. He trained with McCracken and Lee Miller’s side this week as the Bairns returned to training.
McCracken reckons it’s a shrew move for Falkirk: “Kyle is a promising young player that we’re really happy to have at the club.
“He’s a big defender but is also good technically and we look forward to seeing how he develops over the rest of the season.
“He will bring some great competition to the squad and gives us some extra depth as we go into this vital stage.”
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