Celtic youngster Scott Robertson found a place on the Doncaster Rovers bench today just hours after his loan to the club was announced.

Robertson did not win any minutes under new manager Darren Moore, but his immediate inclusion bodes well for future chances.

Doncaster impressed with a 1-0 away win to Lincoln City, who had led English League One heading into the encounter.

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Rovers now sit three points behind Lincoln and new league leaders Hull but hold multiple games in hand on both.

Robertson was progressing well at Gillingham earlier this season, but this new loan appears to be an upgrade on that.

There had been question marks surrounding the decision to recall him, before not using him, but if he finds a better club to play regular football at then there’s no harm down.

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He will now feel the pressure of an automatic promotion push. That should stand him in good stead for a return to Celtic this summer.

Fans are hoping he can make an impact in the first-team over the next couple of years as Celtic consider a midfield future without Scott Brown and Olivier Ntcham.

Robertson has started for Celtic once before away to Cluj in the UEFA Europa League.

We’re excited to see how he progresses at Donny over the next few months and will be updating you regularly on 67 Hail Hail.

 

These supporters have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on today’s loan announcement…

In other news, Olivier Ntcham has made it clear he wants to leave Celtic.

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