Player Fitness Watch

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Taylor Gang Gunners, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. yybecause

    yybecause Formerly known as ArsenaLover

    I just wish him a good recovery. Am sick of people giving up on 23 old players, blaming it on them and stuff like that. He can get season ending injury every single year, I'll still just keep praying he gets well. Its a tuff world in top football, give those guys credit while you sit at home eating chicken wings and getting ur keyboard dirty with those greasy fingers while 'giving up on someone' on forums.
    You cant imagine and never will how hard it is to be a top athlete (only way you can make it at Premiership), go through all those injuries over and over again and still come back strong and ready to put your leg into every challange just to try win your place in starting 11
     
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  2. redanddread

    redanddread The stone that the builders refuse

    licking chops after munching a few chicken wings!!

    The greasy finger part is the worst!!
     
  3. Taylor Gang Gunners

    Taylor Gang Gunners Shame is a dish best served cold Trusted

    You're a proper emotional one aren't you?

    No ones 'giving up on him' for crying out loud. We all know what he's capable of. So much so, that when he's injured we're all majorly disappointed because we're losing out on such a talented player. Do us all a favour lad, when he's fit and scoring goals, don't come here and post stuff like "I TOLD YOU SO YOU ALL GAVE UP ON HIM!!" Because it's simply not true.

    I'm eagerly anticipating Wenger's presser on Thursday, hopefully he's back ASAP. It's a big season for him, he needs as much football as he can get.
     
  4. ModelGooner

    ModelGooner Harambe Loyalist

    Unbelievable. At some point you need to take it upon yourself to do whatever to stay healthy i.e. professional help outside the club. The guy obviously has muscle/bone weakness and help is out there. Why don't pro NBA/NFL players get these constant niggling injuries?

    The guy cant be depended on so what's the ****ing point of having him around?
     
  5. yybecause

    yybecause Formerly known as ArsenaLover

    Dont even make me start a list of all the NbA player that not only had/have those injuries every now and then, but some even stopped playing in their 20's

    All those injuries Jack has make me respect him even more. Such a will to work so damn hard and give absolutely everything everytime he is fit.
    Many would give up, moan about it, become 2nd/3rd league players.. But here he is, still, at a top club, in a big national team, always one of the first names on team sheet.

    Respect
     
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  6. dbig

    dbig Active Member

    Just saw on soccernet that he may be out for 2 months due to a fracture? Any official sources on this so far?
     
  7. Dennis_Bergkamp_10

    Dennis_Bergkamp_10 Well-Known Member

    Apparently it's a hairline fracture, 6-8 weeks indeed. According to sources like the Daily Mail he's out for 3 months.

    Such a shame if true.
     
  8. THunter

    THunter NOT In A Caravan Trusted

    So for the first game of the season, the following are injured:

    • Rosicky
    • Wilshere
    • Welbeck
     
  9. pikey2000

    pikey2000 Well-Known Member

    Welbeck aside the other two are hardly surprising and none of them start when all players are fit so I'm not having a melt down yet........Coquelin and Koscielny go down for a few months each and its panic time :)
     
  10. Bould14

    Bould14 Well-Known Member

    Welbeck is back in training this week isn't he? That's a boost. Rosicky hopefully soon because losing Jack for about 2 months sure sucks.
     
  11. AAlywan

    AAlywan Member

    What's up with Bellerin ?
     
  12. Taylor Gang Gunners

    Taylor Gang Gunners Shame is a dish best served cold Trusted

    ArsenalFanTV ‏@arsenalfantv
    Arsène Wenger on Hector Bellerin: "He has a slight muscular injury. He will be available next week."

    Apparently he had a little thigh injury and we didn't wanna risk him. He'll be fit for Palace.
     
  13. Vinci

    Vinci The Sultan of Unai

    Sure, just like Jack would only be out for a couple of days.

    Won't believe he is fit, until I see him on the pitch again.
     
  14. Bould14

    Bould14 Well-Known Member

    Bellerin is needed in the attack. If he stays fit will have double the career Debuchy has had.
     
  15. Batman

    Batman Bruce Wayne

    I think we missed Bellerin on Sunday. He's still got some things to tighten up defensively but that torrid recovery pace of his and the threat of his overlaps gives us an added weapon. He'd have helped immensely on some of their counter attacks.
     
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2015
  16. Pat Rice

    Pat Rice Self-Proclaimed Nice Guy

    As a physiotherapist with a keen interest in musculoskeletal rehab, pre/post match, pitch side assistance and strength and conditioning style training I will be watching this thread like a hawk this year.

    Done work and research in hamstring injury recurrence in elite level youth sport too.

    Fingers crossed we don't have too many problems this season.
     
  17. hydrofluoric acid

    hydrofluoric acid Easily Triggered

    Bellerin has this aura about him. He is going to be a world beater.
     
  18. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator

  19. skillist

    skillist Member

    Seasons under a week old and already two players down for a couple months. Wtf is going on????
     
  20. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Wrong, but rarely

    He'll be back around January, probably come on for 5 minutes against Middlesbrough in the FA Cup 3rd round, where he has a nice flick or two, which leads to to people swooning over him for the rest of the month.
     
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