LOAN PLAYERS

There are 23 different players who have played on loan for Queen's Park since John McCormack brought firstly Kevin Finlayson and then Paul Walker to the club in the successful climax to the 1999/2000 season.

Although John McCormack used loan signings regularly throughout the 2000/01 and 2001/02 seasons, after his departure not one loan player played for us under Kenny Brannigan or Billy Stark. Gardner Speirs was not a regular user until 2013/14, and prior to that just four players had been at Hampden on loan in over five years. Angus MacPherson has been a more regular user of loans, with two or three used a t various times each season.  

There is a 24th player who came on loan to Queen's Park, but rather infamously never played for the club. Signed on the last day of the January transfer window in 2006, Kjartan Finbogasson arrived at Hampden on loan from Celtic until the end of the season, but was injured throughout the length of his loan period and never kicked a ball for the club. 

The full list of players is as follows (with parent club in brackets):

Kevin Finalyson (Ross County) 1999/000  

Paul Walker (Stranraer) 1999/2000

Colin Stewart (Kilmarnock) 2000/01

Neil McFarlane (Kilmarnock) 2000/01

Barry J. Corr (Celtic) 2000/01

Derek Rae (Berwick Rangers) 2001/02

Liam McVey (Clydebank) 2001/02

Kevin Miller (Clyde) 2001/02

Graeme Smith (Kilmarnock) 2001/02

Craig Stevenson (Ayr United) 2001/02 

Colin Stewart (Kilmarnock) (2nd loan spell) 2002/03

Paul Cairney (Partick Thistle) 2008/09

Ricky Little (Partick Thistle) 2008/09

Paul Quinn (St Mirren) 2009/10

Paul McGinn (St Mirren) 2012/13

Ricky Lamie (Airdrieonians) 2013/14

David Gold (Hibernian) 2013/14

Anthony Wallace (Greenock Morton) 2013/14

Eamonn Brophy (Hamilton Academical) 2013/14

Christopher Duggan (Partick Thistle) 2014/15

Jordan Moore (Dundee United) 2014/15

Patrick Slattery (Queen of the South) 2014/15

Christopher Duggan (2nd loan spell to Dec 2015, 3rd loan spell from Jan 2016)

Anthony Ralston (Celtic) 2015/16

Scott Hooper (Queen of the South) 2015/16

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