Three loanees from Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are struggling.
There is plenty of uncertainty at Rangers at the moment but the same applies to a number of their loanees.
Rangers have four first-team figures out on loan at various clubs and if their stints at those clubs is anything to go by then they can't possibly have a future at Ibrox.
Joe Dodoo, who has one goal in five League One games for Charlton, was not involved for Saturday's 3-1 win away to Fleetwood Town.
The former Leicester City striker, brought to Glasgow by Mark Warburton, has previously come in for criticism from Addicks boss Karl Robinson and it remains to be seen whether he bounces back this weekend.
Likewise, midfielder Andy Halliday was an unused substitute in Qabala's 2-0 home defeat by Kapaz on Saturday, with the 25-year-old awaiting his first league appearance of the season in Azerbaijan.
Meanwhile, Harry Forrester is hardly ripping things up at Wimbledon and the winger is yet to start a League One game this season - and was only given 17 minutes in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Rochdale.
All three were signed by Warburton but the fact they are struggling with inferior teams does not bode well for their Rangers futures.