RANGERS Football Club are pleased to announce goalkeeper Robby McCrorie has signed a contract extension to 2023.
McCrorie, who has risen through the club Academy ranks, is committed to Rangers for at least the next three years.
The 22-year-old stopper enjoyed a successful loan spell last season at Livingston FC where he excelled in his first experience of the Scottish Premiership.
He has previously played for Berwick Rangers, Greenock Morton and Queen of the South during developmental loans.
Goalkeeping coach, Colin Stewart outlined his delight at McCrorie penning a contract extension, explaining: “Robby has progressed season-by-season as he has risen through the ranks of our Academy into the first-team set up. He has enjoyed several successful loan spells which have played a key role in his development.
“Each loan spell has allowed him to develop his physical and mental strength as he has faced every challenge set before him with determination and hard work. He has a very bright future and will continue to develop into a top quality ‘keeper.
“His experience at under-age international level has assisted in his progress and I am very excited to see him grow from strength to strength in the incoming years. We are working on the next stage in Robby’s development plan now that his contract has been extended. It is our strong desire that he continues to experience top level games in the incoming season.”
A delighted McCrorie added: “It means a lot and I am buzzing it has been done. I first joined the club when I was turning eight years-old and I am happy that the journey is continuing.
“It means everything to me and my family. Every day I come in, being the Rangers goalkeeper is always in the back of my mind and it is why I work as hard as I can to give myself the best opportunity.
“And if it does happen, I’ll always want more after that. I’ll never settle – even if I get my debut, I’ll always keep pushing.”