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March 12, 2018, 06:38:27 PM
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Seems ridiculous in this day and age that he carried on really.

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March 12, 2018, 08:11:11 PM
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for me our medical staff are shite , when accessing these injuries,   Bolasie last season was writhing a round on the touch line ,  yet   carried on,ffs

gutted for the lad

are big game players always   get injured pre-derby games

March 12, 2018, 08:25:16 PM
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id rather vlasic centrally than klaasen


March 12, 2018, 08:38:44 PM
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March 12, 2018, 09:16:17 PM
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We need to sort out the efficiency of the clubs medical team and their decision making where it comes to injuries. I'm really annoyed about this. He's our most influential attacking midfielder. There's poor professionalism on show here, once again.
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March 12, 2018, 09:25:40 PM
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If only we had cover for a number 10 role.



March 12, 2018, 09:29:17 PM
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Bit of over reaction going on here, without a pitch side scan the physio can only go by what he’s told by the player to an extent and if the player is adamant it’s fine then he is mostly to blame, if he felt anything
minutes later he should  of asked to come off.

March 12, 2018, 10:00:45 PM
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Grim.

So gutted for him and Iceland predominantly, fuck Everton; we’ve got previous in not taking players off quick enough when they’ve got injured.

Really hope in his absence we give lots of playing time to Vlasic and Klaassen now.

Does this give us an out to maybe sack Allardyce for cause?
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March 12, 2018, 10:03:54 PM
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Bit of over reaction going on here, without a pitch side scan the physio can only go by what he’s told by the player to an extent and if the player is adamant it’s fine then he is mostly to blame, if he felt anything
minutes later he should  of asked to come off.



The word IF is used a fair bit in this post. Suggesting there's a machine available to scan injuries pitchside, is the stuff of science fiction, and is spurious to say the least. A certain amount of experience and decisive decision making is a prerequisite in any form of medical aid. This didn't appear to be evident where the pitchside Everton medical staff were concerned.
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March 12, 2018, 10:37:30 PM
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Hopefully he won't miss the World Cup. Be gutted for him if he does.

March 12, 2018, 10:50:18 PM
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The word IF is used a fair bit in this post. Suggesting there's a machine available to scan injuries pitchside, is the stuff of science fiction, and is spurious to say the least. A certain amount of experience and decisive decision making is a prerequisite in any form of medical aid. This didn't appear to be evident where the pitchside Everton medical staff were concerned.

Wasn’t for a minute suggesting that a pitch side scan was even feasible, obviously it’s not and never will be (within our lifetimes anyway) that was just to illustrate the point that if nothing is visibly wrong on the surface and the player says it’s all fine what sort of decisive decision making are you suggesting the physio was lacking in ?

March 12, 2018, 11:42:45 PM
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Wasn’t for a minute suggesting that a pitch side scan was even feasible, obviously it’s not and never will be (within our lifetimes anyway) that was just to illustrate the point that if nothing is visibly wrong on the surface and the player says it’s all fine what sort of decisive decision making are you suggesting the physio was lacking in ?



I would think precaution should have been uppermost in the physios mind. That not being the case has left us without an important player.
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March 12, 2018, 11:46:00 PM
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I would think precaution should have been uppermost in the physios mind. That not being the case has left us without an important player.

So we take every player off if the Physio comes on to attend then ? Might need more than three subs going forward then.

March 12, 2018, 11:52:22 PM
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So we take every player off if the Physio comes on to attend then ? Might need more than three subs going forward then.



They also had the opportunity to sub him at half time. They missed the problem there too. As for taking every player off, that's a worse shout than a pitchside scanning machine.
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March 12, 2018, 11:55:29 PM
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Given his importance to the team's shape and set pieces (plus the total length and amount of funds committed), you could argue he's our most important player/asset.  Criminal not to treat him with the utmost caution in what is close to a meaningless fixture.
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