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Rae ruled out for Rangers

Published: Monday 19 September 2005, 18.11CET
Rangers FC will be without Alex Rae for the Group H fixture against FC Internazionale Milano after the midfield player suffered a broken toe.

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Published: Monday 19 September 2005, 18.11CET

Rae ruled out for Rangers

Rangers FC will be without Alex Rae for the Group H fixture against FC Internazionale Milano after the midfield player suffered a broken toe.
Rangers FC will be without Alex Rae for the UEFA Champions League Group H fixture at FC Internazionale Milano on 28 September, after the midfield player suffered a broken toe.

Three-week lay-off
The 35-year-old, in his second season at Ibrox, sustained the injury in a reserve game. Rae, an unused substitute as the Scottish champions began their group-stage campaign with a 3-2 home victory against 2004 winners FC Porto, is expected to be sidelined for up to three weeks.

Last updated: 19/09/05 18.24CET

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