Date: 14th October 2012 at 2:28pm
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Celtic midfielder Dylan McGeouch is one of a select band of players who have signed for both Celtic and Rangers.

“It was hard to leave the club I supported but it’s worked out well” – Dylan McGeouch

The teenager has twice made the crossing after originally leaving Celtic to sign for Rangers as a show of loyalty to older brother Darren before then making a return journey three years later.

“We’re a Celtic family and Darren wasn’t getting on with a youth coach so decided to move,” McGeouch told the Daily Record. “As a family it was decided that I should move as well. It was hard to leave the club I supported but it’s worked out well. I went to Rangers then came back to Celtic.”

Meanwhile, McGeough says he has fully recovered from the trauma of being stretchered following an awful collision against Real Madrid in their World Football Challenge meeting in Philadelphia back in August.

“I don’t think about it anymore, I get stuck in during training and go for headers,” he added. “But that’s just my mentality to get steamed in.”

McGeouch has been involved with the Scotland Under-21 squad in Marbella this week and hopes the trip will assist in returning him to maximum fitness and best form.

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