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Brisbane Lions. 

Tom Joyce. 1st year draftee.  

James Madden. 1st year rookie listed. 

Ridiculous.  They have a FULL LIST of 42 available players. No injury concerns.  

 

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2 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Brisbane Lions. 

Tom Joyce. 1st year draftee.  

James Madden. 1st year rookie listed. 

Ridiculous.  They have a FULL LIST of 42 available players. No injury concerns.  

 

From the in the mix bit on AFL.com:

Medical room: No new problems. In fact, Tom Cutler (foot) is expected to come back to the NEAFL, leaving just first-year player Tom Joyce on the injury list. 

 

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10 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Brisbane Lions. 

Tom Joyce. 1st year draftee.  

James Madden. 1st year rookie listed. 

Ridiculous.  They have a FULL LIST of 42 available players. No injury concerns.  

 

They obviously have a high performance department that’s on top of their game.

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12 hours ago, drdrake said:

Really disappointed for J Smith, he looked good in pre-season, what a massive mistake putting him back on at Casey fields back in March,.

Except that it had no impact on what has kept him out for the year, OP. Which is an inflammation caused by overuse (i.e., over a long period of time). It isn't caused or even aggravated by anything that happens in a single afternoon on a footy field.

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25 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

They obviously have a high performance department that’s on top of their game.

No, they're just lucky.

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1 hour ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

They obviously have a high performance department that’s on top of their game.

Yeah of course that is the reason, just like the tigers did in 2017 when with a full list to choose from they won their flag.

Hold on a second they had injuries in 2018 and even more in 2019. Their high performance team must of dropped off then. 

The old two plus two equals five trick. That's the third time I've fallen for that this week.....

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1 hour ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

They obviously have a high performance department that’s on top of their game.

They have a high performance high performance department?

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2 hours ago, bing181 said:

No, they're just lucky.

 

1 hour ago, binman said:

Yeah of course that is the reason, just like the tigers did in 2017 when with a full list to choose from they won their flag.

Hold on a second they had injuries in 2018 and even more in 2019. Their high performance team must of dropped off then. 

The old two plus two equals five trick. That's the third time I've fallen for that this week.....

Lucky in that they've had minimal on field collision injuries.

They've barely had any soft tissue injury which would point to good management rather than good luck in that department.

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On 8/10/2019 at 7:19 PM, Jaded said:

Honestly now May is out for the season with his third hamstring, you gotta question why we keep bringing in under done players or players with a history of injuries to play in a dead season. An early pre season start for May would have been far more beneficial than playing today. He came to us unfit so make him work to fix that. We know he can play, we don’t know if we can play more than 2 matches in a row without getting injured. 

Totally agree. Jetta was the same. Hannan before that. And what exactly has been the point of having Melksham hobble around the field over the past couple of weeks? 

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Injury List - Round 23

Max Gawn (hamstring) – Available 

Jordan Lewis (shin) – available 

Tom Sparrow (knee) – 1 week

Kade Chandler (finger) – season

Jeff Garlett (shoulder) – season

Mitch Hannan (groin) – season

Neville Jetta (knee) - season

Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – season

Steven May (hamstring) – season

Tom McDonald (knee) – season

Aaron Nietschke (knee) – season

Joel Smith (groin) – season

Tim Smith (foot) – season

Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – season

Sam Weideman (jaw) – season

Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite

That’s according to the club website but where are Oscar McDonald and Harry Petty?

https://m.melbournefc.com.au/news/2019-08-20/injury-update-chandler-to-miss

 

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59 minutes ago, Chelly said:

Injury List - Round 23

Max Gawn (hamstring) – Available 

Jordan Lewis (shin) – available 

Tom Sparrow (knee) – 1 week

Kade Chandler (finger) – season

Jeff Garlett (shoulder) – season

Mitch Hannan (groin) – season

Neville Jetta (knee) - season

Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – season

Steven May (hamstring) – season

Tom McDonald (knee) – season

Aaron Nietschke (knee) – season

Joel Smith (groin) – season

Tim Smith (foot) – season

Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – season

Sam Weideman (jaw) – season

Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite

That’s according to the club website but where are Oscar McDonald and Harry Petty?

https://m.melbournefc.com.au/news/2019-08-20/injury-update-chandler-to-miss

 

Sparrow back next week.  Things are looking up!

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2 hours ago, Chelly said:

Injury List - Round 23

Max Gawn (hamstring) – Available 

Jordan Lewis (shin) – available 

Tom Sparrow (knee) – 1 week

Kade Chandler (finger) – season

Jeff Garlett (shoulder) – season

Mitch Hannan (groin) – season

Neville Jetta (knee) - season

Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – season

Steven May (hamstring) – season

Tom McDonald (knee) – season

Aaron Nietschke (knee) – season

Joel Smith (groin) – season

Tim Smith (foot) – season

Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – season

Sam Weideman (jaw) – season

Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite

That’s according to the club website but where are Oscar McDonald and Harry Petty?

https://m.melbournefc.com.au/news/2019-08-20/injury-update-chandler-to-miss

 

What would happem if we weren't able to field a healthy 22? Would the AFL force us to play an injured player, would we play one short, or would the AFL allow us to contract a VFL listed player that is not on an AFL list, e.g. When Essendon were banned due to their illegal systematic doping program. 

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Exclusive to Demonland - an accurate injury list at last 😀

Injury List - Finals Week 1

Tom Sparrow (knee) – available 
Kade Chandler (finger) – 4 to 6 weeks
Mitch Hannan (groin) – 4 to 6 weeks
Neville Jetta (knee) - 4 to 6 weeks
Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – 4 to 6 weeks
Oscar McDonald (ankle) – 4 to 6 weeks
Tom McDonald (knee) – 4 to 6 weeks
Steven May (hamstring) – 4 to 6 weeks
Aaron Nietschke (knee) – 4 to 6 weeks
Harrison Petty (groin) – 4 to 6 weeks
Joel Smith (groin) – 4 to 6 weeks
Tim Smith (foot) – 4 to 6 weeks
Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – 4 to 6 weeks
Sam Weideman (jaw) – 4 to 6 weeks
Jeff Garlett (delisted) – indefinite 
Declan Keilty  (delisted) – indefinite 
Jordan Lewis (retired) – indefinite
Corey Maynard (retired) – indefinite 
Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite

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8 minutes ago, Chelly said:

Exclusive to Demonland - an accurate injury list at last 😀

Injury List - Finals Week 1

Tom Sparrow (knee) – available 
Kade Chandler (finger) – 4 to 6 weeks
Mitch Hannan (groin) – 4 to 6 weeks
Neville Jetta (knee) - 4 to 6 weeks
Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – 4 to 6 weeks
Oscar McDonald (ankle) – 4 to 6 weeks
Tom McDonald (knee) – 4 to 6 weeks
Steven May (hamstring) – 4 to 6 weeks
Aaron Nietschke (knee) – 4 to 6 weeks
Harrison Petty (groin) – 4 to 6 weeks
Joel Smith (groin) – 4 to 6 weeks
Tim Smith (foot) – 4 to 6 weeks
Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – 4 to 6 weeks
Sam Weideman (jaw) – 4 to 6 weeks
Jeff Garlett (delisted) – indefinite 
Declan Keilty  (delisted) – indefinite 
Jordan Lewis (retired) – indefinite
Corey Maynard (retired) – indefinite 
Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite

As long as indefinite doesn't mean all of 2020.  4 to 6 i can handle! ...no wait

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