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55 minutes ago, roy11 said:

By the time the 2019 season is over this thread will be longer than the one Jesse Hogan had 

Just for reference.

The 2018 Injury thread was 24 pages and 584 posts.

The 2019 Injury thread (up to pre-Round 14) is 41 pages and 1010 posts.

The Jesse Hogan (Proposed Trade/Farewell) Thread was 471 pages and 11,774 posts.

These numbers include deleted posts.

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I don't know why they don't give Lever and Hibbert the rest of the year off.Why push it, the seasons shot. Break a collarbone and play the next week, what a joke. These are human beings with flesh and bone, no different than you and me.Levers had a hit out,unfortunately had a whack on his knee, pulled up sore, don't risk it, it's not a grand final.

 

 

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19 minutes ago, doc roet said:

Break a collarbone and play the next week, what a joke.

It wasn't "next week", it was 3 weeks.

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7 hours ago, roy11 said:

By the time the 2019 season is over this thread will be longer than the one Jesse Hogan had 

I suspect that after tomorrow’s game the Jesse thread may be resurrected, however he plays and whatever the result.  

Either should have kept him if he plays well (even though he was desperate to head west and would have been a reluctant player had we insisted) ; or we don’t miss him in the unlikely event that he plays poorly and  we win. 

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Honestly what’s the point in playing either of them unless absolutely 100%. Anyone that needs surgery should be done now and not at the end of the season. 

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2 hours ago, bing181 said:

It wasn't "next week", it was 3 weeks.

Ok so he missed 2 weeks which makes 3 weeks of healing of a broken bone.Obviously it wasn't enough because he's injured it again.

Now they are going to try to fix it and reckon he will be back next week.

I say what's the point. Let it heal and come back next year fully fit and strong.

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Remember John Meesen?

In October 2007 Meesen was traded to the Melbourne Football Club for the 37th selection in the 2007 AFL Draft. He made his debut for Melbourne in Round 3, 2009.

Meesen was delisted at the end of the 2009 season along with Michael Newton; both were re-drafted as mature age rookies.[1] After failing to play a senior match in 2010 due to injury, Meesen was delisted at season's end.[2]Melbourne subsequently appointed Meesen to the role of part-time development coach.

Recently, Meesen returned to his home grown club, Modewarre, where he took the opportunity to co-coach a young and talented team alongside veteran, Josh Finch. Meesen immediately attained the respect from his teammates and committee and begun a very successful 2018 season in Geelong's Bellarine Football League (BFL). Modewarre begun the season with just one win through the first four matches, however, turned the season around winning 9 of the next 11 games to ultimately gain a spot in the BFL Grand Final against the red hot favourites, Barwon Heads. Meesen was a dominant force in the ruck which reflected in his teams performances and brought Modewarre's first Premiership to the club since entering the BFL competition. Meesen was awarded best on ground for his grand final performance to complete his successful season. Meesen also finished runner up in the BFL League Les Ash Medal vote count.

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3 minutes ago, Skin Deeamond said:

Remember John Meesen?

In October 2007 Meesen was traded to the Melbourne Football Club for the 37th selection in the 2007 AFL Draft. He made his debut for Melbourne in Round 3, 2009.

Meesen was delisted at the end of the 2009 season along with Michael Newton; both were re-drafted as mature age rookies.[1] After failing to play a senior match in 2010 due to injury, Meesen was delisted at season's end.[2]Melbourne subsequently appointed Meesen to the role of part-time development coach.

Recently, Meesen returned to his home grown club, Modewarre, where he took the opportunity to co-coach a young and talented team alongside veteran, Josh Finch. Meesen immediately attained the respect from his teammates and committee and begun a very successful 2018 season in Geelong's Bellarine Football League (BFL). Modewarre begun the season with just one win through the first four matches, however, turned the season around winning 9 of the next 11 games to ultimately gain a spot in the BFL Grand Final against the red hot favourites, Barwon Heads. Meesen was a dominant force in the ruck which reflected in his teams performances and brought Modewarre's first Premiership to the club since entering the BFL competition. Meesen was awarded best on ground for his grand final performance to complete his successful season. Meesen also finished runner up in the BFL League Les Ash Medal vote count.

Hmmm Kay. 

Is he injured??......... 

 

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9 minutes ago, Hell Bent said:

Hmmm Kay. 

Is he injured??......... 

 

He had a foot injury that kept him out for a season and MFC dumped him. He coulda been...

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On 6/21/2019 at 8:29 PM, doc roet said:

Ok so he missed 2 weeks which makes 3 weeks of healing of a broken bone.Obviously it wasn't enough because he's injured it again.

Now they are going to try to fix it and reckon he will be back next week.

I say what's the point. Let it heal and come back next year fully fit and strong.

Or at least take 3-4 off!!

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Melksham 4-6 that means gone for the season.

Wonder if Joel will seek a clearance, or be happy with the new staff coming in to the club.

Pity young Swallow also 4-6, meaning also probably gone for the season.

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Joel Smith out for the season.  As is Jeffy. 

New injuries in AFL:  Keiltly 3-4 weeks (Ankle)  Stretch (Foot) 2-3 weeks.  No info as to whether it is the foot Stretch hurt late last year.

Difficult situation for them as all are out of contract at EOS. 

As Lord Nev mentioned KK had another head knock.  Hope he is ok.  Happening far too often.

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So the actual list is:
Chandler - test
Hibberd - test
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Lever 1-2
Jetta  2-3
Stretch 2-3-season
Keilty  - 3-4
Sparrow 4-6
Melksham  4-6
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KK - season (seriously)
Vanders - season (let's be honest)
Garlett - career
J. Smith - season
Walker - season
Neitschke - season

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Wouldn't be a bad idea of new Burgo caught up with some or all of Vanders, J Smith, Walker and Fred to have a chat with them and see if they are still alive. Surely that would be nice content for fans and might even be good for them as well.

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Lever out for 1 or 2 more weeks. Given his injury will be a mile of fitness a wise. So comes back and plays another scratchy game that he struggles to run out and struggles with his touch. 

Given he actually only played 2-3 decent games last year before his injury we won't have got much from him for close to two full seasons.

To be clear I'm not down on him, injuries happen. More a lament on our luck.

(I am down however about the pathetic comms from our club about his latest injury. Injured against the pies and fans are only told he is in doubt for the freo game 3 days before the game, some 10 odds since the injury. And when we are told they say one week, but maybe 3 or 4. I mean seriously what a joke).

Here's hoping he has a great pre season And a massive 2020.

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2 minutes ago, binman said:

Lever out for 1 or 2 more weeks. Given his injury will be a mile of fitness a wise. So comes back and plays another scratchy game that he struggles to run out and struggles with his touch. 

Given he actually only played 2-3 decent games last year before his injury we won't have got much from him for close to two full seasons.

To be clear I'm down on him, injuries happen. More a lament on our luck. 

Here's hoping he has a great pre season And a massive 2020.

Me too.

Lets get some quality games into Petty.

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If I was Joel I'd either sue the club or seek a trade..

Just disgusting how that he now misses a year because we decided to leave him on the ground of a meaningless practise game due to no rotations. 

Yet none of Goodwin or Mission have taken no responsible at all when quizzed about this.

Pissweak

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14 minutes ago, binman said:

Lever out for 1 or 2 more weeks. Given his injury will be a mile of fitness a wise. So comes back and plays another scratchy game that he struggles to run out and struggles with his touch. 

Given he actually only played 2-3 decent games last year before his injury we won't have got much from him for close to two full seasons.

To be clear I'm down on him, injuries happen. More a lament on our luck.

(I am down however about the pathetic comms from our club about his latest injury. Injured against the pies and fans are only told he is in doubt for the freo game 3 days before the game, some 10 odds since the injury. And when we are told they say one week, but maybe 3 or 4. I mean seriously what a joke).

Here's hoping he has a great pre season And a massive 2020.

Lever originally 1 now another 1 or maybe 2, AVB was initially 4 weeks, talk about the year of the never ending injury.

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