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Agyemang Ruled Out

Patrick Agyemang will be ruled out for up to four months with injury

The R's striker has suffered a stress fracture of the tibia and is poised to miss the majority of the remaining games this season.

If rumours are to be believed, Neil Warnock is searching for another centre-forward, and this latest set-back may well prompt further action in that department.

Agyemang blazed a trail when signing from Preston North End under Luigi de Canio but was close to leaving after being left on the periphery by a succession of managers.

Back from the cold, the Ghana international has played a useful role in propelling Warnock's Rangers to the Championship summit.




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Date:Thursday January 6 2011

Time: 9:28AM

 

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