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Lapira suffers Gers woe

Rangers trialist Joe Lapira suffered a calf injury during his first training session with the Ibrox club which could cut short his stay with the SPL giants.

The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland striker was hoping to impress Gers boss Walter Smith, having risen to prominence in US football with Notre Dame University.

However, he may now return to the USA early, as Smith told the Daily Record: "He's here so we can have a look at him, but he injured his calf in his first warm-up session.

"I don't know at this stage if he is going to be fit enough to train with us for the rest of the week.

"He's welcome to stay for treatment or he may prefer to return home, but we would certainly like to have a look at him because he comes highly recommended."

Well that was short and sweet. <cr>

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Lapira suffers Gers woe

Rangers trialist Joe Lapira suffered a calf injury during his first training session with the Ibrox club which could cut short his stay with the SPL giants.

The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland striker was hoping to impress Gers boss Walter Smith, having risen to prominence in US football with Notre Dame University.

However, he may now return to the USA early, as Smith told the Daily Record: "He's here so we can have a look at him, but he injured his calf in his first warm-up session.

"I don't know at this stage if he is going to be fit enough to train with us for the rest of the week.

"He's welcome to stay for treatment or he may prefer to return home, but we would certainly like to have a look at him because he comes highly recommended."

Well that was short and sweet. <cr>

That's what the wife said last night :rolleyes::lol:

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Lapira suffers Gers woe

Rangers trialist Joe Lapira suffered a calf injury during his first training session with the Ibrox club which could cut short his stay with the SPL giants.

The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland striker was hoping to impress Gers boss Walter Smith, having risen to prominence in US football with Notre Dame University.

However, he may now return to the USA early, as Smith told the Daily Record: "He's here so we can have a look at him, but he injured his calf in his first warm-up session.

"I don't know at this stage if he is going to be fit enough to train with us for the rest of the week.

"He's welcome to stay for treatment or he may prefer to return home, but we would certainly like to have a look at him because he comes highly recommended."

Well that was short and sweet. <cr>

That's what the wife said last night :rolleyes::lol:

To who? :pipehorse:

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Lapira suffers Gers woe

Rangers trialist Joe Lapira suffered a calf injury during his first training session with the Ibrox club which could cut short his stay with the SPL giants.

The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland striker was hoping to impress Gers boss Walter Smith, having risen to prominence in US football with Notre Dame University.

However, he may now return to the USA early, as Smith told the Daily Record: "He's here so we can have a look at him, but he injured his calf in his first warm-up session.

"I don't know at this stage if he is going to be fit enough to train with us for the rest of the week.

"He's welcome to stay for treatment or he may prefer to return home, but we would certainly like to have a look at him because he comes highly recommended."

Well that was short and sweet. <cr>

That's what the wife said last night :rolleyes::lol:

To who? :pipehorse:

:lol:

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Lapira suffers Gers woe

Rangers trialist Joe Lapira suffered a calf injury during his first training session with the Ibrox club which could cut short his stay with the SPL giants.

The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland striker was hoping to impress Gers boss Walter Smith, having risen to prominence in US football with Notre Dame University.

However, he may now return to the USA early, as Smith told the Daily Record: "He's here so we can have a look at him, but he injured his calf in his first warm-up session.

"I don't know at this stage if he is going to be fit enough to train with us for the rest of the week.

"He's welcome to stay for treatment or he may prefer to return home, but we would certainly like to have a look at him because he comes highly recommended."

Well that was short and sweet. <cr>

That's what the wife said last night :rolleyes::lol:

To who? :pipehorse:

"To whom"F#cken Canadians abuse of the English language. :rolleyes::lol:

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