Kemar Roofe tackle didn’t cause Murray Davidson injury


ST JOHNSTONE manager Callum Davidson has confirmed that Murray Davidson could be fit for the Betfred League Cup final – and confirmed that his midfielder was not injured by Kemar Roofe.

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Roofe received a booking from referee David Munro for a late lunge on Davidson during Rangers’ 1-0 win over St Johnstone last midweek, but has been handed a retrospective two-match ban.

St Johnstone will meet Livingston in the Betfred League Cup final at Hampden on February 28 and Davidson has revealed that his veteran midfielder does have a chance of making the match.

And he confirmed that Roofe did not injure Davidson in last week’s encounter – stating that Davidson’s calf is the issue.

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Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “he’ll be 50/50 for the cup final, so that’s what we’re looking at. It’s just a bad calf injury he’s got, not from the resulting tackle may I add. {It is} his other leg but I think he was carrying it a little bit.”


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