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Airdrie player taken to hospital after collision in derby win over Albion Rovers

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Airdrie midfielder Gavin Gallagher has been taken to hospital after a nasty collision in their 4-0 win over local rivals Albion Rovers this afternoon.The 20-year-old former Rangers youth player collided with a Rovers trialist early on in the second half and came off worse in the challenge.

Gallagher received treatment on the pitch before being helped to his feet and slowly ushered off the pitch.He has now been taken to hospital to be assessed and was accompanied by player-boss Rhys McCabe.Airdrie ran out comfortable winners thanks to a first half header from defender Dylan MacDonald on his debut, plus second half efforts from Lewis McGregor, Mason Hancock and new signing Cammy Cooper.And afterwards, assistant boss Aaron Taylor-Sinclair said everyone hopes Gallagher makes a full recovery to join the club for next week's trip to Belfast for a five-day training camp, which includes a clash with Crusaders on Tuesday.He said: "The manager is away with Gavin right now so hopefully it is nothing too bad.

He is feeling a bit of strain down his back after the knock so he will go and get checked out. From my angle it looked like it was his head, but it appears to have been his back and we hope he will be back fighting fit for next week."It was a good win and it is good to get into a winning habit early.

I felt the boys, the players we signed and the trialists did well in the first 45 minutes and the players who all came on in the second half did well also. "The 11 changes at half-time and us playing full-time football probably showed in the second half.

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