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Lee Cook and Rowan Vine completed an hour in a behind closed doors Reserve fixture this afternoon.

The squad which included three trialists - reportedly a left back and two central midfielders - saw the injury-blighted duo Cook and Vine come through an hours play.

Initially expected to complete the 45 minutes - consolation with the medical team saw Cook and Vine complete and hours play.

'They've both been working hard on their fitness recently but that's no substitute for them playing games,' he said.

'This was great for the pair of them. They were both desperate to play.

'This match also gave us the opportunity to look at some trialists.

'We're very fortunate that Mick still has very good contacts at Luton, which meant we were able to get this game on.'


Rangers went on to lose an entertaining encounter 3-0 at Harlington - the rewards however could be seen in the coming weeks as two important players return to fitness.




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 19 2010

Time: 3:56PM

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Would like to mention that I had a chat with Lee Cook last week - when we played Sheff Utd in the FA Cup 3rd round replay - and he told me that the Club intended to put on a special game for him to be able to make his long-awaited comeback as the weather had played havoc with his schedule. He was very excited about this & told me that, should he come thru the fixture, which he clearly did, the intention would be that he would then be put on the bench for a First Team match and be brought on with 15 - 20 mins left to start his comeback for the First Team! There you - straight from the "horse's" mouth as it were ;-)
sandydl
Excellent stuff S - Could THAT be the impact we need? Remember how the crowd really rallied when Ainsworth came off the bench? Similar impact maybe?
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