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February 10, 2010, 07:48:01 PM
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At first I was bemused by the train comments, but then thinking about it, the type of qwacks that players will go to see will be booked up by other rich and important people too meaning we can't just bump them out of the way.

Plus the specialists probably have days where they consult and days where they operate etc. so it's likely that Thursday was the next slot.


February 10, 2010, 08:01:41 PM
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At first I was bemused by the train comments, but then thinking about it, the type of qwacks that players will go to see will be booked up by other rich and important people too meaning we can't just bump them out of the way.

Plus the specialists probably have days where they consult and days where they operate etc. so it's likely that Thursday was the next slot.

This (at least I hope so) plus the fact they clearly know without the specialist opinion he isn't going to be ok for the Chelsea game so may as well go when the inflammation has died down a little. Although the train thing does seem a bit silly, maybe we bought super saver tickets or something and they weren't transferable?

Maybe for the future thuogh we need to find a doctor who is an Evertonian and might slip in an extra appointment as needed.

February 10, 2010, 08:15:31 PM
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It's a bit pointless going to see someone while there's swelling anyway because he'll probably say it can't be diagnosed until the swelling has gone.

We're forever Everton....


February 11, 2010, 10:06:37 PM
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Hmm...do you think he made the train today?