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2 hours ago, Pinball Wizard said:

Source?

just a guess pw. that tom was seen entering a hospital. apparently his new born had to spend time in hospital this week, so probably just an assumption by someone he was in for scans?

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1 hour ago, daisycutter said:

just a guess pw. that tom was seen entering a hospital. apparently his new born had to spend time in hospital this week, so probably just an assumption by someone he was in for scans?

Tom’s baby was at the Royal Children’s. I dunno what dumb journalist thinks a footballer would go there for scans? 

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19 hours ago, Go Dees!! said:

So, why was T. Mac sent for scans today? (Wednesday)

I saw someone post this information on a Facebook group but I don't think there was a source listed and I have not seen this reported anywhere else. If there was a fire then there would be more smoke about this.

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1 hour ago, Jaded said:

Tom’s baby was at the Royal Children’s. I dunno what dumb journalist thinks a footballer would go there for scans? 

good point, jaded

but chinese whispers.....one saw tom, said hospital......next one made assumption

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On 7/15/2021 at 3:22 PM, Demonland said:

I saw someone post this information on a Facebook group but I don't think there was a source listed and I have not seen this reported anywhere else. If there was a fire then there would be more smoke about this.

 

Channel 7 news had a report that Tom went in for scans with video of him. Previewed the story before the Sports segment. Then repeated exactly the same thing in the segment, but that was it, no further information, no hospital name. 

Really crappy 4 second piece, which now seems like just clickbait.

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7 hours ago, xarronn said:

 

Channel 7 news had a report that Tom went in for scans with video of him. Previewed the story before the Sports segment. Then repeated exactly the same thing in the segment, but that was it, no further information, no hospital name. 

Really crappy 4 second piece, which now seems like just clickbait.

Could be why Weid was added as emergency?

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Screenshot 2021-07-20 at 11-43-06 RD 19 Injury Report - YouTube.png

MELBOURNE defender Harrison Petty has been given the all-clear after an injury scare during Saturday’s clash with the Hawks.

Petty came off during the second quarter with a suspected hamstring injury but tested well and played out the remainder of the game.

He is expected to be back to full capacity after a strong training session on Monday.

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And in opposition news, Lachie Neale has injured himself at training. If we can stay fit and healthy we'll win the flag. The opposition are all dropping like flies. Is this where Burgo helps win us a flag?

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If we don't take advantage of this blessed and magical run of injuries in 2021, we are idiots.

This sort of run is extremely unusual, and we will regret it if we don't capitalise on it. 

 

*Goes to knock on all available lockdown wood*

 

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5 hours ago, A F said:

And in opposition news, Lachie Neale has injured himself at training. If we can stay fit and healthy we'll win the flag. The opposition are all dropping like flies. Is this where Burgo helps win us a flag?

Just a stinger - he’ll play this weekend. He better as I’m out of SuperCoach trades 😂

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Injury List: Round 19

Nathan Jones (calf) —  Test
Mitch Brown (heel) — 2 to 3 Weeks
Bailey Laurie (shoulder) — 2 to 3 Weeks
Marty Hore (knee) — 6 to 7 Weeks
Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season
Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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Injury List: Round 20

Bailey Laurie (shoulder) — Test 

Mitch Brown (heel) — 1 to 2 Weeks

Marty Hore (knee) — 5 to 6 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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I thought this was an interesting observation from Justin Leppitsch in an SEN article evaluating his Top 3 Premiership contenders

https://www.sen.com.au/news/2021/07/27/justin-leppitsch-breaks-down-the-top-three-premiership-contenders/

"Leppitsch went on to say Melbourne’s good fortune with fitness could leave them vulnerable when the finals blowtorch is applied to their tactics, not having been forced to experiment. You don’t have many variations, (and) you often become a bit of a sitting duck, which I think Richmond was a little bit in 2018,” he recalled. 

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On 7/15/2021 at 3:06 PM, Jaded said:

Tom’s baby was at the Royal Children’s. I dunno what dumb journalist thinks a footballer would go there for scans? 

Father-Son prospect?

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Injury and Suspension List: Round 21

Tom McDonald (back spasms) — Test

Mitch Brown (heel) — Test

Deakyn Smith (concussion) — 1 Week 

Jack Viney (suspension) — 2 Weeks

Marty Hore (knee) — 4 to 6 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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2 minutes ago, Chelly said:

Injury and Suspension List: Round 21

Tom McDonald (back spasms) — Test

Mitch Brown (heel) — Test

Deakyn Smith (concussion) — 1 Week 

Jack Viney (suspension) — 2 Weeks

Marty Hore (knee) — 4 to 6 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

Interesting no Salem?

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