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Nathan Patterson back in contention for Scotland’s clash with Armenia

Nathan Patterson is in contention to return to the Scotland side for Wednesday’s Nations League clash with Armenia.The Everton right-back missed last week’s World Cup play-off defeat to Ukraine as he was not fully up to speed following an ankle problem which required surgery in April and sidelined him for almost two months.However, the 20-year-old, who has emerged as Scotland’s first-choice option at right wing-back, has been training intensively since the Scotland squad met up and has declared himself available for action.“I’ve trained since we came in the door, working on my fitness, doing some extra stuff with the sports...
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Scotland’s Nathan Patterson confident he will come back fitter and stronger from ankle surgery

Scotland wing-back Nathan Patterson is confident he will be fitter and stronger than ever after his recent injury lay-off.The 20-year-old was frustrated when he suffered an ankle injury in early April that required surgery and kept him sidelined for almost two months.However, as he prepares to return to action in Scotland’s Nations League opener at home to Armenia on Wednesday, the Everton player explained that he put his time out of action to good use as he set about working on weaknesses in his game and bulking up physically.“I’ve used it to get myself a bit bigger and stronger,” said...
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Nathan Patterson confident he will come back fitter and stronger

Scotland wing-back Nathan Patterson is confident he will be fitter and stronger than ever after his recent injury lay-off. The 20-year-old was frustrated when he suffered an ankle injury in early April that required surgery and kept him sidelined for almost two months. However, as he prepares to return to...
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Two days for Nathan Patterson to prove his fitness – Steven Naismith

Nathan Patterson will have two days to prove his fitness to Steve Clarke for Scotland’s 2022 World Cup play-off semi-final against Ukraine, according to coach Steven Naismith. The 20-year-old right-back has struggled for game time at Everton since moving from Rangers in January and had ankle surgery at the...
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Nathan Patterson doubtful for Scotland’s World Cup play-off with Ukraine

Scotland manager Steve Clarke revealed Nathan Patterson is a doubt for next week’s World Cup play-off semi-final at home to Ukraine.The Everton full-back has been included in a 28-man squad for the World Cup play-offs plus three Nations League fixtures despite being sidelined since April following ankle surgery.Patterson is on the recovery trail and will be ready to play some part in Scotland’s fixtures next month, but manager Clarke admitted he may not be available in time for the Hampden clash with Ukraine on 1 June.“I think at some stage over the four, or hopefully five, matches Nathan will be...
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Scotland: Nathan Patterson and Anthony Ralston included in squad for World Cup play-off semi-final

Nathan Patterson and Anthony Ralston have been included in Steve Clarke's Scotland squad for the World Cup play-off semi-final and upcoming Nations League matches. Everton's Patterson is included despite the right-back undergoing surgery on an ankle problem in April, while Billy Gilmour also keeps his place in the squad, but left-back Kieran Tierney misses out due to injury.
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Scotland vs Ukraine: Nathan Patterson doubtful for World Cup play-off at Hampden Park

Scotland manager Steve Clarke has revealed Nathan Patterson is "doubtful" for the World Cup play-off against Ukraine, but is hopeful he will feature at some stage next month. The Everton full-back has been included in a 28-man squad for the World Cup play-offs plus three Nations League fixtures despite being sidelined since April following ankle surgery.
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Scotland’s Kieran Tierney and Nathan Patterson possible doubts for play-off semi

Scotland defenders Kieran Tierney and Nathan Patterson have emerged as potential injury doubts for the World Cup play-offs in June.The two players started both matches of the national team’s recent friendly double-header against Poland and Austria, but they are now facing lay-offs at the end of the domestic season.Arsenal defender Tierney has a knee injury and Everton right-back Patterson has an ankle issue, with both players set for operations.While the exact recovery time-frames of both players are yet to be established, they both appear to be in a race to be fit for the June international window, when Scotland are...
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