Izaguirre returns to Celtic squad
Friday 23 December 2011
Emilio Izaguirre returns to the Celtic squad for tomorrow's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Kilmarnock at Parkhead.
The Honduran left-back has fully recovered from a broken ankle sustained against Aberdeen in August, but defender Daniel Majstorovic is out for six weeks with a fractured cheekbone he sustained in the 2-0 win against St Johnstone on Sunday.
Midfielders Joe Ledley and Paddy McCourt return from ankle and calf strains respectively, while striker Anthony Stokes is still a doubt with a calf strain.
Provisional squad: Forster, Cha, Izaguirre, McCourt, Ledley, Rogne, Mulgrew, Wanyama, Ki, Brown, Forrest, Kayal, McGeouch, Hooper, Bangura, Samaras, Stokes, Zaluska, Kelvin Wilson, Blackman, Twardzik.
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