Rangers blow: Murty mainstay major doubt for Dundee clash, late fitness test confirmed
Wes Foderingham is a doubt for the Premiership clash against Dundee tomorrow after he missed a training session on Friday.
Graeme Murty, talking in his pre-match press conference, delivered the news that the goalkeeper was suffering with a “lower limb issue” and that they would make a late call on his availability on Saturday.
The news was posted on the official Rangers Twitter page on Friday lunchtime.
????️ GM: Wes Foderingham missed a training session today with a lower limb issue, we will assess him tomorrow and make the decision then.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) April 6, 2018
Foderingham has played every single Premiership game for Rangers this season and would be a big loss if he’s ruled out.
Football Insider verdict:
After losing Josh Windass, who hasn’t trained all week, Foderingham would be a second major blow to Rangers ahead of the Ibrox clash on Saturday. Rangers have suffered at Ibrox this season and can’t afford another defeat or they could wave goodbye to the second-place spot. They shouldn’t have any issues with Dundee who are struggling at the foot of the table, but Foderingham would be a loss.
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