Livingston FC can confirm that midfielder Robbie Crawford has tonight joined Scottish Premiership side Motherwell on loan until 17th January 2021.
Robbie joined from Ayr United in July 2019 and played 25 times for the Lions last season but has only featured once so far this campaign, as a substitute in the 0-0 draw at home to Rangers.
Motherwell are next back in action on Sunday as they travel north to Pittodrie to take on Aberdeen before flying to Israel next week for the their Europa League 3rd Qualifying Round tie with Hapoel Beer Sheva having progressed on penalties last night after a 2-2 draw with Coleraine.
Head of Football Operations David Martindale said:
“Robbie approached us asking if it would be possible to go out on loan as his game time has been really limited of late.
“With Keaghan Jacobs and Steve Lawson both returning/nearing return very soon, coupled with the recent addition of Jason Holt, it was felt we were more than covered in the middle of the park as it stands.
“Motherwell are short in that area at the minute due to the sale of David Turnbull to Celtic and an injury to Liam Donnelly so it made perfect sense to allow Robbie to go out and hopefully get more minutes under his belt whilst remaining in the top flight.
“I have no doubt Robbie will come back a better player for the experience – he really is a genuinely top guy and we wish him nothing but success during the loan spell.”