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Aribo Set For Rangers Competitive Game Return After Injury Layoff

Aribo Set For Rangers Competitive Game Return After Injury Layoff

Joe Aribo could return to competitive match for Glasgow Rangers in Sunday’s Scottish Premier League home clash against Hamilton Academical at the Ibrox Stadium after spending time on the sidelines due to head injury, reports Completesports.com.

The Nigeria midfielder has missed Rangers’ last two games in all competitions after he was substituted in the Gers’ 1-0 Cup win against Livingston where he suffered a brutal knock on his head.

Aribo required 20 stitches to his head after being injured by Livingston’s Ricki Lamie and was bleeding heavily before he was taken off.

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Aribo steps out for training with Rangers teammates

The 22-year-old however returned to training on Wednesday wearing a skull cap to protect the injury.

“Joe (Aribo) has a small outside chance of being involved at the weekend, but we will make that decision tomorrow,” Rangers manager Steven Gerrard told a press conference on Friday afternoon.

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Rangers trainers help Aribo with his skull cap.

Aribo has made six league appearances for Rangers this season following his summer arrival from Charlton Athletic.

He is in Nigeria’s squad for the upcoming international friendly encounter against five -time World champions Brazil on October 13 at National Stadium Singapore.

By Adeboye Amosu

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COMMENTS

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  • Presh 1 year ago

    NFF should at least allowed him rest, players health should start coming first, he has played allow him full recovery.

     
    • Steve 1 year ago

      We need him to blend with the boys , even if it is first or second half play since this is a friendly match ….welcome back boy , thank God for your healing

       
  • BigD 1 year ago

    If he returns for Rangers it means the doctors have passed him fit. In that case he can play at least one half of the game against Brazil