Rangers face further injury woes as attacker is forced off in Europa League clash
Attacker taken off in dying minutes of the first half
Rangers are sweating over the fitness of Kemar Roofe after the striker was forced off through injury in their Europa League qualifier against Lincoln Red Imps.
The summer signing from Anderlecht was troubled by a calf problem and had to be substituted for Nathan Patterson in the 42nd minute.
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