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Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 16:07
by Mikel Bee
Ajtheone04 wrote:
ninestein wrote:If it is the pitch, it will be the training pitches. We seem to pick up more "niggles" in training than we do in a competitive game.

Ive said this for long time but now I've given up because TK is too stingy to relay the pitch


The 3g pitches were re-layed a few weeks ago. At least that's what appeared to be going on.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 16:58
by Ajtheone04
Mikel Bee wrote:
Ajtheone04 wrote:
ninestein wrote:If it is the pitch, it will be the training pitches. We seem to pick up more "niggles" in training than we do in a competitive game.

Ive said this for long time but now I've given up because TK is too stingy to relay the pitch


The 3g pitches were re-layed a few weeks ago. At least that's what appeared to be going on.

I don't think they train on 3G from the pictures ive seen. They look like they train on the pitch which has the single stand next to it.
I also don't think it'd be logical for them to train on 3G with the likes of santos and co. who've had long term injuries.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 16:59
by ETBee
They train on grass pitches only.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 17:35
by Mikel Bee
Ajtheone04 wrote:
Mikel Bee wrote:
Ajtheone04 wrote:
ninestein wrote:If it is the pitch, it will be the training pitches. We seem to pick up more "niggles" in training than we do in a competitive game.

Ive said this for long time but now I've given up because TK is too stingy to relay the pitch


The 3g pitches were re-layed a few weeks ago. At least that's what appeared to be going on.

I don't think they train on 3G from the pictures ive seen. They look like they train on the pitch which has the single stand next to it.
I also don't think it'd be logical for them to train on 3G with the likes of santos and co. who've had long term injuries.
Granted, but my point was the claim that TK is too stingy to relay pitches is incorrect, as he has just relayed a pitch.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 17:50
by jerroll
judging by DC's update today and the signing of Alfie 2+2 = shaq.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 18:09
by PBBee
Positive injury update from Darren today then.

Sweeney, Mauro & Sparkes back training today.

EJ, Harry & Bouchard back Thursday & Tutonda next week.

As Jerroll said you’d think Shaq is favourite for the long term absence, if not Elito

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 18:30
by beew
Ajtheone04 wrote:
ninestein wrote:If it is the pitch, it will be the training pitches. We seem to pick up more "niggles" in training than we do in a competitive game.

Ive said this for long time but now I've given up because TK is too stingy to relay the pitch


He’s just relaid the Astro pitches so that doesn’t stack up.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 18:43
by mcleod23
It is Shaq, Currie confirmed on Twitter. Needs time to fully the rest the back.

Re: Injury update

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2019, 18:56
by hoofer2
Ajtheone04 wrote:
beesknees99 wrote:
jerroll wrote:
DSM wrote:Having heard DC’s Friday interview can’t see why the 2nd 6-8 week injury couldn’t be Bouchard or a further set back for the likes of Mauro, sweeney, EJ etc etc

the 3 you mentioned(other then Boucaud) were all doing shuttle runs on the pitch pre match on Saturday I believe.


That’s positive news.

Sweeney, Dunne & Mauro are nailed on first-teamers when fit. Sooner they’re playing the better.

I partially disagree with that if we keep keeping the goals out why change the defence. Vilhete has been injured for pretty much 2 seasons but dunne should get back In


But what a cameo last season. That goal from nothing