Tim Flowers signs two for Rangers

Stafford Rangers manager Tim Flowers has completed the one-month loan signings of Burton Albion duo Garyn Preen and James Ellison.

Stafford Rangers manager Tim Flowers has completed the one-month loan signings of Burton Albion duo Garyn Preen and James Ellison.

Rangers' trip to Harrogate on Saturday was postponed because of the weather but the two new-boys could be involved in tomorrow night's home game against Eastwood, provided the match goes ahead.

Preen is a Wales under-19 international winger who signed for Burton from Southampton in the summer and has made two substitute appearances for the Brewers.

Ellison is a striker vying to come back from an injury suffered in a knife attack in October, when he was stabbed in the back during a night out in Liverpool.

The two 19-year-old's are expected to go straight into the squad tomorrow night but another loanee, defender Rod McDonald, has returned to Oldham after being denied his farewell appearance at the weekend.

However, the club's other loan defender, Northampton's Sebastian Harris, is permitted to face Eastwood and could be set to extend his stay at Marston Road.

Rangers boss Flowers works with the Cobblers on Wednesday mornings as goalkeeping coach and is likely to discuss the player's future with management.

He said: "It depends on their clubs, we will have to wait and see on that, but they have done well.

"I obviously go in to Northampton, so maybe there is more of a chance we will be able to keep Sebastian.

"But, in terms of Rodney, I am not sure if we will need him back yet, I need to contact Paul Dickov and Gerry Taggart at Oldham and see where we go.

"I will visit both of those situations when it comes to it."