Graham Dorrans and Ross McCrorie two important players of Rangers FC are expected to make a come back after a long period of time.

Graham Dorrans who plays as a midfielder was out of the squad due to an ankle injury since October when he got injured during a 1-1 draw match against Kilmarnock. While 19-year-old Rangers FC defender McCrorie was off as he injured his foot after colliding with his opponent during the match against Ross County in December.

Transfermarkt reported that Dorrans is set to make a come-back on 15th of this month. On the other hand, The Scottish Sun claimed  McCrorie’s come-back on 22nd of this month.

Graeme Murty hence had planned a fresh team as two of his best players are making come-back.

When Murty was asked on Graham Dorrans, he said:  “Graham is really unfortunate and I feel for him. On medical advice, we took a conservative path with his initial rehab and that didn’t work.

“He’s had to have ankle surgery and that leads to him having an extended time out.

“We have to make sure Graham as a person is taken care of and then we’ll take care of the player after that.”

The manager also told about Ross McCrorie: “At the moment, we are just waiting and seeing. The injection was prescribed by the specialist who thought it would clear it up. We are just having to wait and see.

“What we don’t want to do is rush it.

“We must make sure we get him back fully healthy. We don’t want to put too much pressure on it and irritate it further by doing too much too soon.”