Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern have been reacting to the club’s latest potential injury update. Lee Wallace and Graham Dorrans were both in the squad as the club faced Livingstone at their training centre today, according to the reliable fan account Four Lads Had a Dream. Wallace and Dorrans should both be available for next Saturday’s Scottish Premier League game against Motherwell, although the game’s come too soon for Ross McRorie and Jordan Rossiter who are yet to rejoin full training.
The injury news will be a big bonus to the Gers who have been propping our bar up as they look to finish the season strongly in both the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish Cup. The Bluenoses face little chance of catching their Glasgow neighbours in the league but have a chance to get one over their Old Firm rival’s in their last meeting of the season the Scottish Cup final next month.
Rangers play in a bounce match today as more game time planned for Lee Wallace & Graham Dorrans, all going well both should be available for M’well next Saturday
Game comes too soon for Ross McCrorie & Jordan Rossiter who are yet to join in with full training.
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) March 20, 2018
All of our local Gers will be hoping they can reduce their injury list in good time for the meeting with Celtic as they’ll need their strongest eleven if they’re to inflict defeat on Brendan Rodgers’ dominant Celtic. Rangers have been well on their way to restoring their reputation after coming back through all four of Scotland’s top divisions, however, the real test comes now as they’re set to battle with the Bhoys in Green over the next few years as they look to dominate the domestic scene in Scotland again.
Here’s what our local Gers made of the state of their treatment room:
Rossiter will be leaving in summer.
— TONYBLACK (@rickybridge1872) 20 March 2018
McCrorie for me is THE biggest miss of all the injuries and that’s testament to the young man considering he has only played about 8 times
— Gasha (@Shagar66) 20 March 2018
Rossiter has to go. Paying him a wage for absolutely nothing, hes had one to many chances.
— Colin Milne (@TherealNANTO87) 20 March 2018
Desperately need McCorie back! Any idea when he might be back to full training?
— Ross (@RJ1690) March 20, 2018
How’d it looking for Rossiter? Do we think he’s finally over these persistent injuries
— Greig Guthrie (@GreigGuthrie) March 20, 2018
How many times do we end up with young midfield prospects that seem to get injured and be out for ages. Off the top of my head I can think of Ness, McLeod, Rossiter and now McCrorie
— Derek McLean (@GoLfNuT1979) 20 March 2018