Alex Lowry Rangers injury update after horror Dumbarton tackle – Football Scotland

  • September 12, 2022

The 19-year-old was on the end for an ugly challenge while playing for the Gers B team
Alex Lowry is said to be "progressing well" after his horror injury suffered when playing for Rangers B against Dumbarton.
The prodigious talent faced weeks out after being left in agony by an ugly challenge in the dying stages of a 7-0 win in Challenge Cup. The 19-year-old scored a hat-trick during the match three weeks ago before being on the end of a poor tackle from Sons winger Ally Love.
A clip of the challenge went viral on social media but Love – who claims to have received death threats online – escaped an SFA ban. Teenage midfielder Lowry has yet to make a senior appearance for the Light Blues this season after recovering from an injury setback but now faces another period on the sidelines.
But the Ibrox side's second string coach David McCallum has provided a positive update and says the player is in a good place after the prognosis turned out to be as bad as first feared.
He said: "He is progressing well. He is obviously not back on the football pitch yet and not back in contention for any game time at the moment.
"But any time I have seen him or had conversations about him, it seems to be quite positive just now.
"I think when he got the initial feedback that the injury wasn’t going to be as long-term as what we initially thought, I think naturally Alex felt a bit better about that because he could see a bit of brightness ahead.
"But in terms of that, I don’t have any more on that that I am able to share just now."
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