Rangers fans here in the Tavern are hoping to see the return of some of their star players, as the Gers head into a crucial couple of months.
The Bluenoses have been hapless over the course of this season as injuries continue to hamper their progress, with some of the club’s most senior players currently spending time out on the sidelines. Although, it’s been all positive news on the injury front over the past couple of days, as according to statement from manager Graeme Murty via Rangers’ Twitter account, Rangers have received a fitness boost as some key members have made a return to the squad.
Bruno Alves and Lee Wallace took a full part in training today after nursing calf and groin injuries respectively, as two of the club’s most experienced members were welcomed back into the swing of things. And, Jordan Rossiter and Ross McCrorie aren’t too far off joining them, as the pair will be further assessed on Monday.
Indeed, the return to training for two of Rangers’ most iconic figures within the side will be priceless moving forward, as the Gers’ formidable defence may just be unbreachable with the inclusion of the experienced pairing. Although, the main positive to take away from the latest developments is that Rangers are close to having a healthy squad, something that’s been unheard of in these parts of Glasgow this season.
A huge fitness boost for Graeme Murty’s side, as Rangers look to be receiving positive news at the best possible time. Indeed, the return of captain Lee Wallace is a reward in itself, with his captaincy often leading the side to victory at the most difficult of times. However, given the track record of injuries so far this campaign, fans won’t hold their breathe on another casualty appearing from within their ranks sometime soon.
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