Date: 29th June 2015 at 10:10am
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Danny Rogers wasn’t going to get much of a first-team chance with Aberdeen this coming season so another loan spell, a season-long loan, with Falkirk was the best thing for all.

Jamie Langfield and Scott Brown were both ahead of the American born Irish U21 international but the loan arrival of Danny Ward from Liverpool, who is set to challenge for the no.1 spot and has made it clear he wants to start, left the ‘keeper with an even greater challenge.

This latest loan with Falkirk is something that Rogers has been quoted on the BBC as saying that he’s hoping can give him that regular platform to perform and enhance his international chances.

‘I am excited about the year ahead as I have forced my way into the starting XI for the Ireland Under-21s.

‘I was number two for a few years. Hopefully I can keep my spot and get some caps under my belt, which will be a great experience.’

Following previous loan spells with Airdrie and Dumbarton as well another loan was something that the 21-year-old knows will best benefit himself, and hopeful Aberdeen as a club, going forward.

A good season, playing week in week out, is what Rogers is after saying that he feels this is the right move for him then he’s coming back to Pittodrie looking to challenge for his place with us too!


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