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24 Man Rangers Squad Heads North

24 Man Rangers Squad Heads North

Rangers are taking 24 players North in our trip to Brora for the training camp and the games against Buckie Thistle and our hosts.

Four of our key squad members from last season have missed out on the trip for varying reasons. Jon Daly and David Templeton are both nursing minor injuries so they have remained home at Murray Park for rehab and recovery, and Bilel Mohsni and Arnold Peralta remain on holiday, and will return to pre season training in due course.

The latter two were granted extended leave by the club after they represented Tunisia and Honduras on international duty in the World Cup friendly matches.

They are set for a return following our Brora trip, and will join the team on our North America tour instead.

Lewis Mcleod has been included as he'll be looking for his first return to the pitch following illness after last playing in our 3-2 win over Arbroath back on January 25, and Calum Gallagher has made the step up to the first team on a full time basis. Barrie McKay is also in the group following his loan spell out with Morton.

Youngsters Andy Murdoch, Luca Gasparotto, Craig Hackett, and Liam Kelly will all be travelling and hoping to work their way into getting some pitch time.

Full list.

Cammy Bell
Scott Gallacher
Liam Kelly
Stevie Smith
Fraser Aird
Lee Wallace
Lee McCulloch
Nicky Law
Ian Black
Lewis Macleod
Nicky Clark
Kris Boyd
Sebastien Faure
Kenny Miller
Barrie McKay
Kyle Hutton
Robbie Crawford
Dean Shiels
Richard Foster
Darren McGregor
Calum Gallagher
Luca Gasparotto
Craig Halkett
Andy Murdoch



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Writer:VitalGers
Date:Tuesday July 1 2014
Time: 10:07PM

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