BY IAIN COLLIN – @CCP_sport
Rangers defender Ryan Sinnamon has returned to the club following a loan spell with Falkirk.
The 19-year-old was farmed out to the Bairns in August on an initial five-month deal and the full-back impressed Falkirk boss Peter Houston during his stay at Westfield.
However, after an ankle injury robbed him of his chance of a debut shortly after making the move, the Scotland under-19 cap found Aaron Muirhead blocking his way to the first-team.
The youngster returns to Ibrox having made just one start and three substitute’s appearances with the Bairns.
Houston said: “Ryan has gone back to Rangers. He was very unfortunate with the fact he was going in to the team but turned his ankle.
“Aaron Muirhead then went in at right-back and has never looked back, and it’s difficult to change a winning back four.
“He goes back to Rangers with our best wishes to Rangers. He’s been really good for us, it’s just unfortunate we couldn’t get more games for him.”