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Rutherglen Glencairn boss' Covid nightmare was his longest spell out of football

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Rutherglen Glencairn boss Willie Harvey can’t wait for his dugout return against Irvine Meadow, and says his Covid battle and recovery is the longest he has ever been out of football.Harvey was struck down in September with a bout of Covid that saw him hospitalised, and decided he would only return for the first game of 2022.That break showed Harvey how much of a hunger he has for the game and he said: “It has been a long time coming and the boys have been doing really well.“There has never been a problem that Joe Pryce Stevie Hutchison and Stevie Aitchison at the time were running things, and I always knew it was in good hands.“But I’ve never been out of football so long for any reason – even through injuries when I played, and things like

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