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PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2019 7:08 am 
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Anybody know how our injured players are progressing- is Tom Johnstone on course for the start of next season?
How are the others going on?
Will be like having new signings if they all bounce back fit and well!

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2019 9:13 am 
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trinity374 wrote:Anybody know how our injured players are progressing- is Tom Johnstone on course for the start of next season?
How are the others going on?
Will be like having new signings if they all bounce back fit and well!


I don't know but I don't think we picked up many injuries at the back end of the season. only Bill T springs to mind.

If TJ's last ACL is anything to go by and assuming it was a success then he should be ready for the start of the season, ditto Arone. I imagine Fifita will be ok, don't know about Ashurst. Any others no idea.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2019 9:23 am 
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Fishermanscap wrote:I don't know but I don't think we picked up many injuries at the back end of the season. only Bill T springs to mind.

If TJ's last ACL is anything to go by and assuming it was a success then he should be ready for the start of the season, ditto Arone. I imagine Fifita will be ok, don't know about Ashurst. Any others no idea.


Yeah, I suppose only the club really know. I ask, but am confident Tom will be back, I know the knee injury he sustained is not career ending nowadays, as it used to be.

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Arona’s hoping to be ready for the start of the season, but the doctor’s told him early March.

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Fifita is the one that concerns me, last I heard they wanted to operate but they did not know the extent of the problem, These are the types of injuries that can sometimes take multiple surgeries to get 100% right. Last thing we want is a situation like Cudjoe at Hudds, at fantastic player ruined by 3 surgeries to get his knee right.

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Fishermanscap wrote:I don't know but I don't think we picked up many injuries at the back end of the season. only Bill T springs to mind.

If TJ's last ACL is anything to go by and assuming it was a success then he should be ready for the start of the season, ditto Arone. I imagine Fifita will be ok, don't know about Ashurst. Any others no idea.



Lets not forget Arona ruptured both his ACL and MCL in May, that`s a huge Injury and one that a lot of pro athletes would not return from at all, so I would not take for granted he will be back for the start of the season.

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homme vaste wrote:Lets not forget Arona ruptured both his ACL and MCL in May, that`s a huge Injury and one that a lot of pro athletes would not return from at all, so I would not take for granted he will be back for the start of the season.


I'm not taking it for granted that why I said 'I don't know but' and 'assuming it's a success' :IDEA:

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homme vaste wrote:Fifita is the one that concerns me, last I heard they wanted to operate but they did not know the extent of the problem, These are the types of injuries that can sometimes take multiple surgeries to get 100% right. Last thing we want is a situation like Cudjoe at Hudds, at fantastic player ruined by 3 surgeries to get his knee right.


You know this how? I don't claim to be an expert but I'd have said knees tend to be more trouble than feet but then neither of us know do we.

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Fishermanscap wrote:I'm not taking it for granted that why I said 'I don't know but' and 'assuming it's a success' :IDEA:


You know what they as say about assuming FMC... It makes an 'ass' out of 'u' and 'me' :mrgreen:

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Fishermanscap wrote:You know this how? I don't claim to be an expert but I'd have said knees tend to be more trouble than feet but then neither of us know do we.


They couldn't find the issue with his foot, scan after scan highlighted nothing. They now have to operate but the last I heard they did not know the full extent of the problem - I guess I as just "assuming" :D that this could lead to the Opp not been as straight forward.

And yes I would agree, Knees do seem to be a little more complicated.

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