Ponte wrote:Oee, beat me to it.
"As Cellino sacks the backroom staff one by one"
"WANDERERS first-team head physio Steve Megson is set to quit the club and join Championship rivals Leeds United.
Megson joined the Whites from Leeds in June 2013 after six years in their medical department but is now returning to Elland Road to take up the post of head physio.
Working with Mark Leather and his medical team at Wanderers, Megson has been a key part of Neil Lennon's staff – treating injured players like Zach Clough and Max Clayton as well as helping prepare the first-team for matches.
Prior to joining Wanderers Megson worked full-time with the medical team at Leeds as a first-team physiotherapist and Head of Sports Science and Medicine for the club’s academy.
He will return to West Yorkshire before Christmas to replace outgoing physio Harvey Sharman who is moving to join the staff at US baseball team The Washington Nationals next month."
Phil LUFC wrote:Ponte wrote:Oee, beat me to it.
Aye, was on the tip of my tongue too.
Oheddieeddie wrote:Bad news
I'm afraid Hay has confirmed that Ideguchi is out until spring
Tommy wrote:Speaking of footballers unlikely to be featuring for Leeds Utd any time soon, I've been nursing a foot injury for about seven weeks now. Blocked an innocuous seeming shot in my Tuesday night game and had to play the remaining forty minutes in goal after a couple of stupid attempts to 'run it off' (increasingly convinced that never ever works once you get to 30+). I kept assuming it would get better but it just hasn't. I finally went for an X-ray after a few people suggested it could be a metatarsal injury but there didn't appear to be any sign of bone damage. I assume then it must be muscular but I'd have thought that wouldn't still be hurting after so much time. Given that I was playing on Tuesday, Friday and Sundays I feel like I've missed an eternity of football. The prospect of this being a reoccurring injury is extremely daunting, especially since I sort of just assumed I'd still be playing over the next decade or so. I did my hamstring last year and that was an equal amount of time on the sidelines but at least that was something tangible.
eric olthwaite wrote:Here you go Tommy
Rambo the randy pig wrote:Tricky buggers the foot ligaments. Last time I sprained one took 6 months & I still wear a brace on left for training to.stop it turning over.
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