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Fraser Hornby hands Aberdeen fitness boost

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has received better news than expected on Fraser Hornby’s thigh tear and the striker could be back in 10 days to two weeks. Michael Ruth, who was suffering from illness, is back in training and might be recalled to the squad for the visit of Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership.
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Aberdeen: Fraser Hornby suffers 'significant tear'

Fraser Hornby's season could be over after he suffered a "significant tear on his thigh" to add to Aberdeen's striker issues. The on-loan Reims forward was injured 20 minutes into Saturday's Scottish Premiership win over Kilmarnock. It was only the Scotland Under-21 forward's fifth appearance for Aberdeen since signing on...
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Fraser Hornby adds to Aberdeen striking woes

Aberdeen’s attacking issues have worsened again after scans showed Fraser Hornby has suffered a bad thigh tear. The striker was one of three loan signings that bolstered Aberdeen’s forward line on deadline day following the departures of six other attackers in January and a major injury blow to Ryan Hedges.
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