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Author Topic: Seamus Coleman  (Read 7653 times)

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February 01, 2018, 01:17:18 PM
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Was like he'd never been away. Class act.


February 11, 2018, 12:27:06 AM
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Not uncommon for players to pick up a lot of muscle injuries after they've broken a bone.

Suspect it'll happen quite a bit now.

in the opposite leg?

maybe while they are recovering from the initial break, but he's done that bit hasn't he?

I dunno, as long as he's not out too long

February 11, 2018, 12:54:46 AM
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Didn't know it was the opposite leg, to be fair. Wouldn't be surprised if it was true for the opposite leg too though - maybe there's an argument for imbalances afterwards?

I've definitely seen a few studies showing that players who've broken legs end up getting more muscle injuries in the rest of their career compared to those who haven't though.

in mere mortals like us there probably is, but would have thought it would be minimal for those whose recoveries are closely managed and adhered to much better