Rangers set to lose star player to ankle break; reports

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Rangers fans have been rocked by rumours star midfielder Ross McCrorie has broken his ankle and is set to be a long-term injury loss.

The 19-year old breakthrough star was conspicuous by his absence during the third day of Rangers’ training camp Florida, and while he managed some light training during the second, it appears the injury may have become too much of a crutch to bear.

Hopefully this is a serious case of misinformation and the young anchor will be fit for Rangers’ serious business on their return to Scotland later this month, but if it is true, it may well explain Graeme Murty’s sudden interest in a host of defensive midfielders like Kevin McDonald and Greg Docherty.

But either way, we do not want to lose someone of McCrorie’s talent and ability, and it would be a terrible absence to deal with. Let us pray the information is wrong.

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  1. If something happens to morelos we will be rightly fucked we don't have quality replacement or depth in that area. The board will want to get there finger oot there arse and get some signings In for cover.

  2. From reports I have heard its a niggle from and a previous injury when he chipped the bone on his ankle, so far i hear its not serious, fingers crossed its minimal. Regards Docherty, think this would be a great addition to our young team.

  3. Hes seeing a specialist later today they dont know if its a break, hairline or chip.
    As long as it's not a torn ligament it shouldn't be to bad,

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