Rangers loan star insists short-term exit can help him achieve Ibrox ambitions


Rangers Academy star Kai Kennedy has put an end to rumors about his near-term future by finishing joining the Dunfermline Championship team on a one-season loan – and believes heading to the Fifers may. Helping their way through the plans of Steven Gerrard’s first team at Ibrox.

Kennedy was reportedly targeted by Premier League West Ham but reportedly headed for East End Park rather than East End London when he signed with Peter Grant’s Pars and the Rangers kid is considering his future in the Gers by relocating in Fife.

“You’re going on loan to prepare and be ready to come back and be a part of the Rangers first team. This is my ambition, ”Kennedy told the Pars website.

Rangers Academy star Lewis Mayo spent last season at East End Park impressively as Stevie Crawford’s side were on the verge of winning a promotion before the former Scottish star’s surprise resignation.

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Kennedy believes his colleague Ibrox is a better player for the experience of spending a season in the Championship and insists that leaving the Rangers on loan was the right choice for his career, adding: “He did well and you can. say he’s a better player. for that.

I think the loan was the right thing to do.

The Scottish junior international could make his Dunfermline debut tomorrow when Pars face Stenhousemuir in the Premier Sports Cup.

After impressing in the Championship last season with Raith Rovers and Inverness CT, the 19-year-old will be looking to build on that and be one of the most notable players in the division and help Dunfermline to the title.

Having seen his loan spell at Inverness come to an end early last winter, a streak of good performances in the early months of the season could even see him called up and sent to a higher level club for the remainder of the campaign, concluding with irony; “I want to win every game and play well, I hope I can do it. Whatever happens in January, happens.

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