Mark Millar is pleading with Falkirk and Dundee United to come to an agreement to unleash him against Rangers once more.
The returning midfielder knocked the Glasgow club out of the Communities League Cup with a memorable injury-time free kick, and fate has pitched Millar against the Gers again in the Scottish Cup just days after rejoining the Bairns.
But the loan agreement for the 25-year-old could rule him out of cup matches and Millar is hoping to broker a deal to get involved: “I’m not sure what the situation is and if I have permission to play in the Scottish Cup, or not - but I obviously want to play.
“That’s why I’m here, to help Falkirk and get game time. A game like Rangers is one everyone wants to play in - I’d be grateful if something can be done between the teams to allow it.”
Millar would be cup-tied to Falkirk if he starred in the match, scheduled for the weekend of November 30, although that wouldn’t be a problem should his loan deal extend beyond January.
“I’d be happy with that if the clubs were and I was getting games,” he admitted.“Falkirk is a club that holds special memories for me - and one of them is the Rangers game two years ago. It’d be brilliant to do it again.”
The midfielder was in training this week as was fit-again Ollie Durojaiye.