November 27, 2020, 09:39:18 AM

Author Topic: Lucas Digne  (Read 77436 times)

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7 hours ago
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Fynci


It's a huge blow, but I do hope that Nkounkou is given a good run out, and we don't try and cram more senior players into either a formation that doesn't suit or playing them out of position.


6 hours ago
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Sir Stealth

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Why did I think Nkounkou got injured in the last week or 2?wasn't there a picture of him with a cast on his leg?

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6 hours ago
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sam of the south


How come Sigurdsson never gets injured? Its always important players that do.


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Because our important players work hard and/or get on the ball loads, and dont hide.
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6 hours ago
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mikey_blue


How come Sigurdsson never gets injured? It's always important players that do.


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Sigurdsson is actually an incredibly intelligent when it comes to preserving his body and avoiding injury.

. Avoids touching the ball, this limits his exposure to contact with other players.

. Turning circle of an aircraft carrier eases strain on joints.

. Rare occasions he has the ball, he moves so slow that it makes it almost certain no damage can be taken.

My postman used to play for Tranmere u12's so I'm pretty good at understanding this stuff.

5 hours ago
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Toddacelli

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I bet Sigurdsson smells like a brand new car or pair of trainers. Fresh out the box.
    

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