Nicky Law scores twice on Rangers debut
Monday 29 July 2013
Former Motherwell and Rotherham midfielder Nicky Law began his Rangers career with two goals as the Glasgow side beat Albion Rovers 4-0 in the Ramsdens Cup.
Ian Black and David Templeton also scored in the first-round tie against the Scottish League Two side.
The Rangers manager, Ally McCoist, was full of praise for Law, who played as a triallist because of Rangers’ transfer embargo. “His first goal was a great goal because he must have ran 40, 50 yards and you could see a real desire to get on the end of the cross,” McCoist said.
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