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Saturday, December 17, 2005

Injury News Update

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Marc Bircham is now back in full training and will be joined on Saturday by Marc Nygaard.
Bircham originally returned to full training last week but pulled out on Friday as a precaution. He is now back training with the first team squad and if his progress continues he may play some part in Rangers Christmas programme.
Nygaard ....returns to full training at the weekend. The giant striker has been kept out by a series of niggling injuries .... It is thought Nygaard needs at least a week's full training before he is considered for first team duty. .....
Kevin Gallen. He continues his rehab on his hamstring injury and it is hoped he will be able to take part before the Christmas programme finishes....
Steve Lomas, he is expected to be back in action about the same time as the skipper.
Tommy Doherty goes to see his surgeon on Friday afternoon, if it goes well the 'Doc' may be another player looking to be back before the end of the Christmas programme. If things do not go so well on Friday afternoon he will have to wear an aircast boot and will stay on the sidelines.
Matthew Rose suffered no ill effects from his 60 minutes in the reserves on Tuesday and he continues to train with the first team.
Dominic Shimmin has had an MRI scan that shows a tear in his groin but he shows no sign of the injury physically. Therefore, the medical staff are taking no chances and are going by the MRI scan results. Shimmin faces six weeks on the sidelines.
One player who is unlikely to pull on a hoped shirt again is Dean Sturridge. The club are in negotiations with the striker to mutually terminate his contract.

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