Harry Cochrane arrived on loan from Hearts on 30 August 2019 and was recalled in January 2020 having made 7 starts and 5 appearances off the bench.
He had enjoyed a rise to fame at Hearts that got classified as ‘meteoric’.
While signed by Rangers, Harry travelled from his home in Stonehouse to Grange Academy in Kilmarnock where he was part of the Scottish Football Association Performance School. He moved to play at Hearts at Under 13 level.
After signing his first professional contract in June 2017, he travelled with the Hearts first-team to their pre-season camp in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Impressing the management, he was given his first-team debut at the age of 16 in an away match to Dundee in September 2016.
His first goal was a memorable one; the opener in a thumping 4-0 of Celtic at Tynecastle, a match which ended their unbeaten run of 69 games.
The midfielder has been capped for Scotland at every age group from U14 up to U19.
He was a member of the Scotland under-16 Victory Shield squad.
He was also called up to Billy Stark`s Scotland under-19 side for the first time and picked up 5 caps before the end of the season.
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