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50 minutes ago, Half forward flank said:

Sir, i knew nothing about his previous knee concerns, what makes you think it is ok if it is the injury from last season?

He inured the knee last year against Jeelong as i recall. 
if he needs to regularly see a knee specialist to get on the park, so be it

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37 minutes ago, McQueen said:

I hear a rumour that Tmac kicked the [censored] out of him in the showers.

Well If the MFC was a movie, it would certainly be a prison drama. We've been crawling through football fields of raw sewerage for 55 years in search of premiership freedom

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Is this just a sneaky parting gift to the club on behalf of "MFCSS hot spot" Josh Mahoney? or the fact big Max'y gave him the 5 goals in 1 quarter G'up on the radio yesterday!

Also this sound pretty similar to Lever and Gawn 2 years ago, swelling "awareness" following training.

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Did we get an assessment by a knee specialist before we recruited him? 
if not, why not given his history in 2020?
If so was it Big Feller, or some other fella (or, in the current PC world, shelia or in between)?

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53 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

Pickett, Oliver, Smith, Langdon, Salem all need a rest then. 

I don't know why Pickett gets one little band of tape across his knee but I'll make an allowance given it's clearly not a huge structural problem. Same goes for Salem's wrists and thumbs, that's meh. Not sure why Langdon has a bandage on the back of his hand but same deal.

Smith - absolutely, if you need that much knee tape then back to the rehab group for you. And Oliver I don't want anywhere near contact work until his shoulder is far more progressed.

Find a photo of Richmond from any of their recent grand finals, barely a player taped up at all.

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Just have to wait for a prognosis on Thursday and hope for a good outcome.  No need to panic just yet. 

Worse case we have Tmac to redeem himself and hope that BBB will be on the mend for a short period.

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1 hour ago, DeeSpencer said:

I don't know why Pickett gets one little band of tape across his knee but I'll make an allowance given it's clearly not a huge structural problem. Same goes for Salem's wrists and thumbs, that's meh. Not sure why Langdon has a bandage on the back of his hand but same deal.

Smith - absolutely, if you need that much knee tape then back to the rehab group for you. And Oliver I don't want anywhere near contact work until his shoulder is far more progressed.

Find a photo of Richmond from any of their recent grand finals, barely a player taped up at all.

Jesus mate you've said some shockers in the past few months, but this is right up as one of your worst.

Dead set..

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25 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Dead set you've said some shockers in the past few months, but this is right up as one of your worst.

Dead set mate..

Why? They've stuffed around with Brown having fluid on his knee for months and then decided in February to have the surgeon take a look at it. He'll have a scope and miss 4 weeks then they'll rush him back for the start of the season underdone

Jay Lockhart's spent the better part of 2 years with huge tape over one or both knees and has over looked hobbled.

Obviously half the side were in the same boat for the start of 2019.

If it takes half a roll of tape to get you through a January training session then something isn't right.

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1 minute ago, DeeSpencer said:

Why? They've stuffed around with Brown having fluid on his knee for months and then decided in February to have the surgeon take a look at it. He'll have a scope and miss 4 weeks then they'll rush him back for the start of the season underdone

Jay Lockhart's spent the better part of 2 years with huge tape over one or both knees and has over looked hobbled.

Obviously half the side were in the same boat for the start of 2019.

If it takes half a roll of tape to get you through a January training session then something isn't right.

It begins....

#SackBurgo

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

It begins....

#SackBurgo

 

 

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The list looks in great condition, that's Burgo's job. Managing injuries is mostly up to the doctors and physios. We've been better under Burgo at getting guys in to see the surgeons and being proactive rather than the old process where we've stuffed around for months before fixing a problem.

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