Excited: Rangers star returns to training as he continues injury recovery”

Todd Cantwell, a midfielder for Rangers, is seen working out again for the first time since sustaining a knee injury against Celtic.

Today was Philippe Clement’s first session in command, and the Englishman was one of the participants.

Moving forward Another player seen on the training pitch with a mask on as he recovers from a facial injury is Danilo.

In a recent update, Cantwell stated he intends to return to action “after the international break” regarding his injuries.

Additionally, he acknowledged that the recovery process has “not been as smooth” as he had hoped. “It is definitely the plan to return after the international break,” he stated in an interview with The Beautiful Game Podcast.

“It’s not been as smooth as I’d have liked and I can’t make any promises but the plan is to be back and fit for the Hibs game.”


Also, the 25-year-old talked candidly about nearly “quitting football” before signing with the Rangers. Having come through Norwich City’s youth, he was instrumental in the team’s two Premier League promotions.

However, he had to train with the club’s U23 team due to personal concerns and a breakdown in communication behind the scenes. The 25-year-old has now opened up about how his connection with the team fell apart.

“The family trauma that I experienced was enough to put me in a bad place,” he said.

“As everyone knows, losing a family member was incredibly difficult. There were other things going on at the time, and you are always vulnerable when you open up and tell people you don’t ordinarily tell, like the football team and the people in authority.

“Now that I think about it, I find it painful that you can reveal your vulnerability and then get the dagger back.”

“I wasn’t mentally there, so I was told to go to the U23s.” To be really honest, there were moments when, having done something when I was sixteen, I thought I would give up when I was twenty-three or twenty-four and back in the U23s setup.

Give up football entirely. This is depleting me, even if I have ample money. My family didn’t need to worry about me; I had to be there for them.

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