Injury Expert: Another Rangers player may now miss Ross County clash after weekend

Injury Expert: Another Rangers player may now miss Ross County clash after weekend 

Rangers may decide to rest Ryan Jack against Ross County to get him out of a re-injury cycle, according to Dr Rajpal Brar

The injury specialist responded to Philippe Clement’s comments ahead of the Aberdeen game, in which he stated that it was best not to overload the midfielder because he had only recently recovered from a setback..

Jack was picked to the starting eleven for Rangers’ 2-0 Scottish Cup victory over Ayr United on Saturday,

February 10.Brar, a doctor of physical therapy and a sports scientist,

spoke exclusively with Ibrox News about his condition.

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“He’s played two games in a short period, therefore the risk of overload outweighs the benefit of match sharpness.

“We need to find the appropriate balance, so he may be rested for the following one after playing over the weekend.

“It all depends on his current level of fitness.

“He is stuck in a vicious reinjury cycle and the club will be desperate to get him out of it.”

Rangers make a sensible call
Clement has the option of selecting various players,

and the trio of John Lundstram, Tom Lawrence,

and Todd Cantwell could all return to the game after resting over the weekend.

Kemar Roofe, Abdallh, and Danilo are all expected to miss this game,

with Leon Balogun also possibly missing. It will also be fascinating to observe how the club manages Jack’s contract,

which expires at the conclusion of the season. He is 31 years old.

Brown never got along with those fans during his playing career, and the powers that be at Ibrox are obviously not big admirers of the former Celtic great.

However, the club and Brown have struck a rare understanding during the latest Scottish Cup match,

with the manager venting his wrath at referee Willie Collum for not dismissing Gers star Fabio Silva for a terrible challenge on Ayr’s George Stanger.

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