Rangers v Ross County Injury News: Rangers Player may be RULED OUT again

Rangers v Ross County Injury News: Rangers Player may be RULED OUT again

Dr. Rajpal Brar reports that the Rangers may choose to bench Ryan Jack against Ross County in an effort to break

his pattern of injuries. The injury specialist responded to remarks made by Philippe Clement prior to the Aberdeen

match, stating that it would be wise to avoid overloading the midfield player since he is only now recovering from an


Ryan Jack
Ryan Jack

On Saturday, February 10, Rangers defeated Ayr United 2-0 in the Scottish Cup, and Jack was named in the starting

eleven. Physical therapist and sports scientist Brar spoke exclusively with Ibrox News about his circumstances. He

said: Since he’s played two games in a short period of time, match sharpness isn’t worth the risk of overload.

After playing over the weekend, we need to strike the correct balance so he can get a day off for the next one as well.

Everything is dependent on his current fitness level.

“The club will do everything in its power to break him free from this vicious cycle of reinjury.”

A wise call from the Rangers

With the luxury of selecting a different lineup, Clement may choose to bring back Todd Cantwell, Tom Lawrence, and

John Lundstram, who took the weekend off from action. This game will be missed by players like Kemar Roofe,

Abdallh, and Danilo, and there’s a good chance Leon Balogun won’t play either.

Given that Jack is a 31-year-old whose contract expires at the end of the current campaign, it will be interesting to

watch how the team manages his contract.

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