Episode 33: Rory Loy (Part One)

Rory Loy has carved out a reputation as one of the best strikers in the Scottish Championship, and he might just be one of the best guests interviewed on the Pelé Podcast.

Dumbarton’s latest recruit is in a contemplative mood as he joins Craig G Telfer to look back over his career to date. In this lengthy and wide-ranging interview, Rory starts by discussing his move into part-time football with the Sons and his expectations for the upcoming league campaign.

He then jumps back 15 years to discuss his first steps in the game with Kilmarnock’s youth team and his subsequent move to his boyhood heroes Rangers. Rory offers excellent insight into playing for one of the country’s biggest clubs and talks about making his debut at Ibrox, how Nacho Novo stole his big chance to make a name for himself, and working with some of Scottish football’s most well-known characters.

Rory finishes this first installment by looking back on his move to England with Carlisle United, from the highs of playing at Wembley and winning the Football League Trophyto the lows of suffering a serious leg break.

Listen to part two here.

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