Rangers Investigation Underway After Kemar Roofe Injury Developments

The Scottish Daily Mail reported that investigations are currently underway at Ibrox as Rangers strive to uncover the root of their striker Kemar Roofe’s persistent injury troubles. The club is determined to find a solution to his fitness problems that have plagued him recently.

The Rangers management is leaving no stone unturned in their pursuit of identifying and addressing the underlying issues behind Roofe’s recurring injuries. The publication revealed that while several players are returning to action after injury layoffs, Roofe’s fitness concerns remain a priority.

Roofe’s last appearance in a Rangers jersey dates back to October 8th when the team secured a 3-0 victory over St Mirren. However, his participation was cut short, as he was substituted shortly after the one-hour mark. Since then, he has been conspicuously absent from the lineup, with the exception of a spot among the substitutes during Philippe Clement’s inaugural match in charge against Hibernian.

Kemar Roofe’s tenure at the club has been marked by struggles with injuries. He managed just three appearances in the Scottish Premiership last season due to a knee injury, which ultimately necessitated hip surgery, as reported by Sky Sports on March 10th. More recently, since the arrival of Philippe Clement as the manager at Ibrox, questions have arisen regarding the overall fitness of the squad, as highlighted by the Scottish Sun on October 20th.

It’s not just Roofe who has grappled with fitness concerns this season, as numerous players in the Rangers squad have struggled to maintain their physical condition. However, Roofe stands out as a prominent example of the team’s current injury woes, particularly considering his struggles in the previous season.

When fit, Kemar Roofe has proven himself to be a valuable asset to the squad. During a somewhat challenging start to the campaign under the leadership of Michael Beale, the 30-year-old striker emerged as one of the standout performers in an otherwise ineffective strike force.