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Melbourne superstar Clayton Oliver has undergone surgery on his thumb to fix a niggling problem in his right hand.

The Demons on Wednesday confirmed Oliver, 25, had gone under the knife to get on top of a minor issue which had been bothering him in recent weeks. 

The injury is expected to fully heal over the next few weeks, allowing Oliver to return to full training when his teammates come back from their Christmas break next month.

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From my training report on December 5;

Clarry also left the drills at one stage and was having some discomfort around the wrist and thumb area (hope that's not from the break last year).

It clearly hasn't settled, so great to see them being proactive with plenty of time for him to recover.

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Clarry Undergoes Surgery on Thumb”

“Repaired thumb will be good to reattach in two days.”

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9 hours ago, Hellaintabadplacetobe said:

I wonder how long it will take him to say " WTF was I thinking!" When he takes a good hard look at his current hairdo.

And that’s the hair all his maiden brownlow memorabilia will show too. Do you hold out and wait to buy the stuff for his second Charlie instead?

(As an aside, I love his hair. He deserves to be identifiable. If you were showing the game to anyone just getting into afl, being able to pick clarry out helps) 

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Hopefully they have fixed his thumb completely this time, Clayton is to important to the team and deserves to be able to play pain free.!!!

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5 hours ago, cantstandyasam said:

The stager who unintentionally intentionally kicked him in the hand.

You mean, the scot-free, faking bag of detritus who heads the AFL Free Kick tally?

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16 hours ago, McQueen said:

Clarry Undergoes Surgery on Thumb”

“Repaired thumb will be good to reattach in two days.”

Clarry undergoes surgery on thumb, expected back after Christmas...............................Scalpel out for all of 2023. 

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33 minutes ago, Deemania since 56 said:

You mean, the scot-free, faking bag of detritus who heads the AFL Free Kick tally?

He's done a disservice to AFL because now we have the next wave of cheats ready to follow his lead like his illegitimate son at Collingwood

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7 hours ago, The end is nigh said:

And that’s the hair all his maiden brownlow memorabilia will show too. Do you hold out and wait to buy the stuff for his second Charlie instead?

(As an aside, I love his hair. He deserves to be identifiable. If you were showing the game to anyone just getting into afl, being able to pick clarry out helps) 

It may rouse the umpires into acknowledging all of the  free kicks he should mandatorily receive each game in the midst of violent intent and maiming -  yet they pretend (so far) to consider nothing untoward occurred. If he has that gentle touch as a personal image accompanying his ponytail, it may assist in this shirked responsibility of the snot goblins.

It may be wise for Gawn to consider a ponytail, as welI? If Gawny cannot grow one, a wig might suffice. I'd hate to be the moron who sarcastically comments on a wig atop of Max's head - the whole team would crash down on him in an instant.

 

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21 hours ago, Demonland said:

Melbourne superstar Clayton Oliver has undergone surgery on his thumb to fix a niggling problem in his right hand.

The Demons on Wednesday confirmed Oliver, 25, had gone under the knife to get on top of a minor issue which had been bothering him in recent weeks. 

The injury is expected to fully heal over the next few weeks, allowing Oliver to return to full training when his teammates come back from their Christmas break next month.

That friggen Selwood mongrel🤢🤮😵🤒🤯💩😱

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20 minutes ago, picket fence said:

That friggen Selwood mongrel🤢🤮😵🤒🤯💩😱

Good heavens pf where is the legend..

It could have it's own weekly statistic...."the Selfridge frees for the match" ....wouldn't want to draw attention to the stat though.Danger might think there is money 💰 attached

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11 hours ago, willmoy said:

Good heavens pf where is the legend..

It could have it's own weekly statistic...."the Selfridge frees for the match" ....wouldn't want to draw attention to the stat though.Danger might think there is money 💰 attached

I think I get a little overeactive about this! Not unhinged, just........reactive and very very passionate! A few others out there not unlike me probably. Bloody Duckwood🤯

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