Allan McGregor made his international debut for Scotland in May 2007. Due to his issues with team discipline in a game against the Netherlands in 2009, he was initially prohibited from playing for Scotland. Later, Scotland’s manager, Craig Levein, lifted the embargo. After 42 Scottish appearances, McGregor retired from international competition in March 2019.
On July 14, 1998, McGregor was acquired by the Rangers. His early career was plagued by illnesses, such as a broken hand that prevented him from playing for almost a year and a wrist injury he got when competing as a young athlete. After his recovery, he started playing frequently for the reserve team.
He made his first appearance for the first team in a Scottish Cup game against Forfar Athletic in February 2002, when he was 20 years old, and his Scottish Premier League debut came against Aberdeen.
McGregor didn’t play in any meaningful games, although he was a bench player for the whole 2002–2003 season in which the Rangers won the Triple Crown. The following year, he made six appearances, including two in the Scottish League Cup and four in the regular season.
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