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TRAINING: Wednesday 12th February 2020

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📰 GEORGE'S TRAINING REPORT

⚕️ SATYRICONHOME'S INJURY UPDATE

📰 BAGHDAD BOB'S TRAINING REPORT

If anyone is heading down to training this morning we'd love a training report and an update as to whether Aaron vandenBerg, Michael Hibberd & Harrison Petty are training.

I'll post links to any training reports to the top of this post for easy reference.

AFL training sessions

Date: Wednesday 12 February
Start time: 9.30am
Location: Gosch's Paddock

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Thanks @Scoop Junior. I've updated the injury list.

 

  PLAYER INJURY LENGTH
BRAYSHAW Angus.png Angus Brayshaw Elbow TBA
CHANDLER Kade.png Kade Chandler Wrist TBA
DUNKLEY Kyle.png Kyle Dunkley Ankle TBA
GAWN Max.png Max Gawn Knee TBA
HANNAN Mitch.png Mitch Hannan ???? TBA
MAY Steven.png Steven May Knee TBA
PETTY Harrison.png Harrison Petty ???? TBA
SMITH Joel.png Joel Smith Foot TBA
VANDENBERG Aaron.png Aaron vandenBerg Foot TBA
PREUSS Braydon.png Braydon Preuss Knee 8-10 Weeks
BENNELL Harley.png Harley Bennell Calf Indefinite
KOLODJASHNIJ Kade.png Kade Kolodjashnij Head Indefinite
NIETSCHKE Aaron.png Aaron Nietschke Knee Season

 

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Isn't Wednesdays usually a off legs day for Vandenberg? Barely trains during midweek?

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TMac just led out to mark. Only a little jump at the ball but on landing put his hand straight up and limped off. Looked more foot or ankle than higher up. Getting assessed now. 

SCOOP JUNIOR TRAINING REPORT (TMac Update) | SCOOP JUNIOR TRAINING REPORT (TMac Further Update) |

📰 GEORGE'S TRAINING REPORT

⚕️ SATYRICONHOME'S INJURY UPDATE

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10 minutes ago, Scoop Junior said:

TMac just led out to mark. Only a little jump at the ball but on landing put his hand straight up and limped off. Looked more foot or ankle than higher up. Getting assessed now. 

Jesus... 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

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12 minutes ago, Scoop Junior said:

TMac just led out to mark. Only a little jump at the ball but on landing put his hand straight up and limped off. Looked more foot or ankle than higher up. Getting assessed now. 

Christ. These injury reports actually hurt my soul.

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4 minutes ago, Scoop Junior said:

TMac now standing on the side of the boundary. Boots still on so maybe will head back out.

So not being particularly fussed over? Still wearing the boots? Ok, can’t be too bad. 

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31 minutes ago, Scoop Junior said:

TMac just led out to mark. Only a little jump at the ball but on landing put his hand straight up and limped off. Looked more foot or ankle than higher up. Getting assessed now. 

Hes had ongoing issues the last couple of years with his toe hasn't he?

Not good.

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39 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Thanks @Scoop Junior. I've updated the injury list.

 

  PLAYER INJURY LENGTH
BRAYSHAW Angus.png Angus Brayshaw Elbow TBA
CHANDLER Kade.png Kade Chandler Wrist TBA
DUNKLEY Kyle.png Kyle Dunkley Ankle TBA
GAWN Max.png Max Gawn Knee TBA
HANNAN Mitch.png Mitch Hannan ???? TBA
MAY Steven.png Steven May Knee TBA
PETTY Harrison.png Harrison Petty ???? TBA
SMITH Joel.png Joel Smith Foot TBA
VANDENBERG Aaron.png Aaron vandenBerg Foot TBA
PREUSS Braydon.png Braydon Preuss Knee 8-10 Weeks
BENNELL Harley.png Harley Bennell Calf Indefinite
KOLODJASHNIJ Kade.png Kade Kolodjashnij Head Indefinite
NIETSCHKE Aaron.png Aaron Nietschke Knee Season

 

This list is becoming impressive

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46 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Thanks @Scoop Junior. I've updated the injury list.

 

  PLAYER INJURY LENGTH
BRAYSHAW Angus.png Angus Brayshaw Elbow TBA
CHANDLER Kade.png Kade Chandler Wrist TBA
DUNKLEY Kyle.png Kyle Dunkley Ankle TBA
GAWN Max.png Max Gawn Knee TBA
HANNAN Mitch.png Mitch Hannan ???? TBA
MAY Steven.png Steven May Knee TBA
PETTY Harrison.png Harrison Petty ???? TBA
SMITH Joel.png Joel Smith Foot TBA
VANDENBERG Aaron.png Aaron vandenBerg Foot TBA
PREUSS Braydon.png Braydon Preuss Knee 8-10 Weeks
BENNELL Harley.png Harley Bennell Calf Indefinite
KOLODJASHNIJ Kade.png Kade Kolodjashnij Head Indefinite
NIETSCHKE Aaron.png Aaron Nietschke Knee Season

 

Is it really hard for the club to give fans an update on KK. I feel like a lot of us fans are more concern around his health then getting back on the footy field. Yet club like always give donuts..

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You can add Corey Wagner to the list with a knee. Bandages and iced. Didn’t participate in any activity.

Petty apparently groin.

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Please someone tell me Tmac is OK? 
Dropping like flies. Typical Melbourne. 

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1 hour ago, Scoop Junior said:

Melksham also with the main group. 

I'm confused with where Melksham's at.

One poster claims he'll miss the early rounds with hamstring soreness, but here he is training fully today.

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13 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I'm confused with where Melksham's at.

One poster claims he'll miss the early rounds with hamstring soreness, but here he is training fully today.

You lend credence to what posters on here say? 😵

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Might have to take back all the bad things we said about Misson seeing as the injury list under Burgess isn’t looking any better!

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So the club is extra cautious about even the most minor things and as a result on here there is an injury list that will end up with every player on it? Might as well go into recess going by some of the attitudes here. Give me a spell.

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Thanks @Scoop Junior. I've updated the injury list.

 

  PLAYER INJURY LENGTH
BRAYSHAW Angus.png Angus Brayshaw Elbow TBA
CHANDLER Kade.png Kade Chandler Wrist TBA
DUNKLEY Kyle.png Kyle Dunkley Ankle TBA
GAWN Max.png Max Gawn Knee TBA
HANNAN Mitch.png Mitch Hannan ???? TBA
MAY Steven.png Steven May Knee TBA
PETTY Harrison.png Harrison Petty ???? TBA
SMITH Joel.png Joel Smith Foot TBA
VANDENBERG Aaron.png Aaron vandenBerg Foot TBA
PREUSS Braydon.png Braydon Preuss Knee 8-10 Weeks
BENNELL Harley.png Harley Bennell Calf Indefinite
KOLODJASHNIJ Kade.png Kade Kolodjashnij Head Indefinite
NIETSCHKE Aaron.png Aaron Nietschke Knee Season

 

Being hopeful and from reading reports - Gus, Max and May should be right for round one and have had solid preseason.  aside from that only really one from best 22 injured AVB - arguably..

I hold little hope, for Bennell, KK in the first half of the year and not much more for Hannan given his  cursed luck

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Not really much to report from the session.  I spent most of it with BB, so he will be able to report further...

Yes, the injury list looks long, but really, apart from May, Angus, Gawn and VDB, how many would be in the fist 22?  Of those 4 Brayshaw is running freely and keeping up his fitness.  Max is running freely and strongly, even with a brace.  VDB is the unknown and also May. 

Smith can't be far away, and while he is running freely, he was still kicking the ball left foot only.  BB and I cannot work out what sort of foot injury can allow one and not the other?  Chandler was also doing repeat 50-100's, but the wrist is something that is only cured by time.  Same for Brayshaw and his elbow.

The important thing is even with 14 players listed, we still have 30 out there training fully.  That included Melksham, Hibberd and Spargo who all participated in the small amount of match practice/simulation.

So back to the track....it was very light and not much out of the ordinary apart from Kossi Pickett already having contender for MOTY!  Hard to describe as he just came from nowhere in a pack and the next thing you saw was him perched sideways above it with the ball in his grasp.  The trackwatchers and players erupted with awe, but the Channel 10 crew behind us were kicking themselves as they weren't set up properly.  Still they wanted to know who he was, so hopefully the cat hasn't been let out of the media bag....just yet!

There was a mids group near us with Bradtke and Weidemann doing rucking ( given the injuries to Max and Brayden, we may need them).  Petracca and Langdon were prolific with their ability to get the ball and clear the pack.  Interestingly, Jackson was part of this group, but not as a ruck.  He held his own against Oliver, which was no mean feat.

Sorry, not much else to say...so over to BB if he can think of anything else.....

⚕️ SATYRICONHOME'S INJURY UPDATE

📰 BAGHDAD BOB'S TRAINING REPORT

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1 minute ago, george_on_the_outer said:

Not really much to report from the session.  I spent most of it with BB, so he will be able to report further...

Yes, the injury list looks long, but really, apart from May, Angus, Gawn and VDB, how many would be in the fist 22?  Of those 4 Brayshaw is running freely and keeping up his fitness.  Max is running freely and strongly, even with a brace.  VDB is the unknown and also May. 

Smith can't be far away, and while he is running freely, he was still kicking the ball left foot only.  BB and I cannot work out what sort of foot injury can allow one and not the other?  Chandler was also doing repeat 50-100's, but the wrist is something that is only cured by time.  Same for Brayshaw and his elbow.

The important thing is even with 14 players listed, we still have 30 out there training fully.  That included Melksham, Hibberd and Spargo who all participated in the small amount of match practice/simulation.

So back to the track....it was very light and not much out of the ordinary apart from Kossi Pickett already having contender for MOTY!  Hard to describe as he just came from nowhere in a pack and the next thing you saw was him perched sideways above it with the ball in his grasp.  The trackwatchers and players erupted with awe, but the Channel 10 crew behind us were kicking themselves as they weren't set up properly.  Still they wanted to know who he was, so hopefully the cat hasn't been let out of the media bag....just yet!

There was a mids group near us with Bradtke and Weidemann doing rucking ( given the injuries to Max and Brayden, we may need them).  Petracca and Langdon were prolific with their ability to get the ball and clear the pack.  Interestingly, Jackson was part of this group, but not as a ruck.  He held his own against Oliver, which was no mean feat.

Sorry, not much else to say...so over to BB if he can think of anything else.....

 

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