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Lewis Ferguson confident second chance with Scotland will come

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Lewis Ferguson is confident he will get a second chance at going to a major tournament with Scotland after injury denied him a place in the squad for Euro 2024.

The former Aberdeen midfielder featured in the friendlies back in March under Steve Clarke, but was ruled out after picking up a knee injury with current side Bologna.




He has thrived in Italy so far this season, breaking Aberdonian Denis Law’s Serie A goal tally and captaining I Rossoblu to Champions League football.

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But now it’s all about patience and focusing on recovery for the Hamilton-born midfielder, who issued an update on his ongoing recovery.

Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Ferguson said: “Sometimes you need to be patient. At club level, I’ve been performing really well. At international level, I’ve had to be patient.

“The lads that are playing in midfield at the minute have done a fantastic job. It’s probably the strongest part of our team, of our squad.

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