Shocking News: Philippe Clement shared update 

Shocking News: Philippe Clement shared update

Prior to Rangers’ Scottish Cup match on Saturday, February 10th against Ayr United, Philippe Clement

has provided an update on the team. The Gers, who hosted United at Ibrox, are the clear favorites going

into this match.  Kemar Roofe, Danilo, Leon Balogun, and Tom Lawrence—all injured and unavailable

for selection—will not be available for them to use.

Shocking News: Philippe Clement shared update 
Shocking News: Philippe Clement shared update

Ben Davies is back in for selection,” Clement declared. As with Jack midweek, Tom Lawrence’s exclusion

from the squad is more of a precaution to provide adequate recuperation in between minutes. Ryan Jack has

rejoined the team. Players who have a history of injuries require special attention, and there should be open

communication between the players and the medical staff. Leon Balogun saw a specialist, and I anticipate seeing him

again the following week. I don’t know if it’s Ross County or the weekend, but he’ll be back wearing a mask.

It takes a few sessions sometimes to get used to the mask.”

Rangers over Ayr United is a clear favorite.

Rangers are the overwhelming favorites going into their fifth-round matchup with Ayr United,

having won their last seven games and looking great under Clement.

The Gers are now a major force in Scottish football because to their recent League Cup

victories and their formidable Premiership title challenge.

They have also defeated United in their prior meetings, which has strengthened their position even more.

Rangers need to be careful not to become complacent and to not underestimate their opponents, though.

Even though they recently lost to Dundee United, Ayr United is still a formidable opponent,

especially in light of the hiring of Scott Brown as their new manager.

Dujon Sterling’s ban and other players’ absence due to injuries could provide problems for Clement’s team.

Furthermore, the Gers defense may be vulnerable, and Ayr United may try to take advantage of set-piece

circumstances, so it’s critical to avoid complacency.

A former midfielder for Everton and Liverpool has disclosed an offer to guarantee a permanent move to Ibrox,

according to other Rangers news.

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