The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

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The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Tommy » Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:43 am

It’s definitely a physical injury.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Professor Weeto » Tue Aug 20, 2019 12:16 pm

Cooper, Douglas and Alioski all doubts for Brentford tomorrow, according to Bielsa’s presser.

He basically said they are all fit but not 100%. I’d be surprised if Cooper doesn’t play, and I don’t think Alioski has it in him to say he’s not 100%. Douglas sitting it out would be more understandable, given his injuries last season.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby dirty leeds » Tue Aug 20, 2019 1:07 pm

Professor Weeto wrote:Cooper, Douglas and Alioski all doubts for Brentford tomorrow, according to Bielsa’s presser.

He basically said they are all fit but not 100%. I’d be surprised if Cooper doesn’t play, and I don’t think Alioski has it in him to say he’s not 100%. Douglas sitting it out would be more understandable, given his injuries last season.


Aye, says Dallas to LB and Shacks at RB, if Douglas/Alioski not up to it.
I think Alioski got a clattering in the U23s yesterday, but I reckon he'll be alright.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Phil LUFC » Mon Aug 26, 2019 10:23 am


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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Professor Weeto » Mon Aug 26, 2019 11:10 am

They look further on than I expected, given Bielsa's comments. I'm really not sure how long players are typically doing work like this before resuming "proper" training, though.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby dirty leeds » Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:53 pm

Tyler Roberts fit again and available for Barnsley game. Ayling will play for U23s next week. Almost everyone fit, then.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby topbin » Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:02 pm

dirty leeds wrote:Tyler Roberts fit again and available for Barnsley game. Ayling will play for U23s next week. Almost everyone fit, then.


Still waiting on Eunan O’Kane to turn our season into gold tbh

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Postby Clacton white » Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:50 pm

topbin wrote:
dirty leeds wrote:Tyler Roberts fit again and available for Barnsley game. Ayling will play for U23s next week. Almost everyone fit, then.


Still waiting on Eunan O’Kane to turn our season into gold tbh

Good chance of that ........ if he went elsewhere ( an opponent possibly ) , then reduce that team to 10 men every game before kick off .

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Postby metalsmurf » Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:29 pm

Aaaand topbin wins clacton bingo!!!
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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Professor Weeto » Thu Sep 19, 2019 12:32 pm

Forshaw still out for the Derby game, according to Bielsa’s pre-match presser.

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Postby Quiffy » Thu Sep 19, 2019 4:59 pm

Professor Weeto wrote:Forshaw still out for the Derby game, according to Bielsa’s pre-match presser.

for sure?
increasing doubt, decreasing hope, even my imaginary friend went and changed his mind.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Mustafaster » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:34 pm

Quiffy wrote:
Professor Weeto wrote:Forshaw still out for the Derby game, according to Bielsa’s pre-match presser.

for sure?

:evil: :thumbd:
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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Quiffy » Thu Sep 19, 2019 6:15 pm

Mustafaster wrote:
Quiffy wrote:
Professor Weeto wrote:Forshaw still out for the Derby game, according to Bielsa’s pre-match presser.

for sure?

:evil: :thumbd:

Thought you, as someone who hears a lot of euro english might appreciate that. Is it in the textbooks for the non-english? Is it you who teaches this guff?
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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby AndyPaul » Thu Sep 19, 2019 10:08 pm

Forshaw is playing well but he is definitely one of the more replaceble players in the team

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Postby Phil LUFC » Fri Sep 20, 2019 7:46 am

AndyPaul wrote:Forshaw is playing well but he is definitely one of the more replaceble players in the team

I think Sunday showed differently, we could very easily have been behind (far easier than in any other league game this season), in which case there's no way we'd have won IMO.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby dirty leeds » Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:00 am

I see Ayling is playing for the U23s again today. He didn't look quite ready in the last game against Watford, even though we pissed it and he scored.
Shame, really, 'cause I was wondering about this line-up and going the full Bielsa on Derby:
Kiko
Ayling-White-Cooper
Dallas-Phillips-Douglas
Klich
Pablo-Bamford[or Eddie]-Costa

Not having Forshaw available would have dealt with the obvious 'how do we leave out Forshaw, given the holes in the middle against Barnsley?' question. But Bill ain't ready, so I'm just musing...

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Bobbycollins » Fri Sep 20, 2019 9:04 am

dirty leeds wrote:I see Ayling is playing for the U23s again today. He didn't look quite ready in the last game against Watford, even though we pissed it and he scored.
Shame, really, 'cause I was wondering about this line-up and going the full Bielsa on Derby:
Kiko
Ayling-White-Cooper
Dallas-Phillips-Douglas
Klich
Pablo-Bamford[or Eddie]-Costa

Not having Forshaw available would have dealt with the obvious 'how do we leave out Forshaw, given the holes in the middle against Barnsley?' question. But Bill ain't ready, so I'm just musing...


Alioski didn't have a great game against Barnsley but I haven't seen anything yet this season to suggest that Douglas is a better option apart from his ability to take a decent corner. Doesn't playing Douglas at LWB leaves the possibility of him being stranded on the half way line - afraid to go forward as he doesn't have the pace to get back and by-passed on half-way by quick passing on the counter.

I would prefer to leave the back 4 untouched and bring in Eddie to play off Bamford's shoulder. As the Prof said in another thread, a race between Eddie and Keogh wshould be amusing.

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby Phil LUFC » Fri Sep 20, 2019 9:13 am

Bobbycollins wrote:
dirty leeds wrote:I see Ayling is playing for the U23s again today. He didn't look quite ready in the last game against Watford, even though we pissed it and he scored.
Shame, really, 'cause I was wondering about this line-up and going the full Bielsa on Derby:
Kiko
Ayling-White-Cooper
Dallas-Phillips-Douglas
Klich
Pablo-Bamford[or Eddie]-Costa

Not having Forshaw available would have dealt with the obvious 'how do we leave out Forshaw, given the holes in the middle against Barnsley?' question. But Bill ain't ready, so I'm just musing...


Alioski didn't have a great game against Barnsley but I haven't seen anything yet this season to suggest that Douglas is a better option apart from his ability to take a decent corner. Doesn't playing Douglas at LWB leaves the possibility of him being stranded on the half way line - afraid to go forward as he doesn't have the pace to get back and by-passed on half-way by quick passing on the counter.

I would prefer to leave the back 4 untouched and bring in Eddie to play off Bamford's shoulder. As the Prof said in another thread, a race between Eddie and Keogh wshould be amusing.

I think if we went to a proper back 3 we'd be looking at playing a winger in the wing back role - Alioski obviously has the energy to do both but maybe even Harrison ahead of Douglas in that system? I base this almost entirely on Costa playing RWB against Stoke in the cup.

I also think a proper back 3 would be the mechanism to get Bamford and Eddie in together but it really leaves no place for Pablo as Klich + whoever else plays in there would have to cover a lot of ground to make the overloads. Could be a great role for Shack. Clearly we won't drop Dallas any time soon but:
Kiko
Ayling-White-Cooper
Costa-Phillips-Harrison
Klich-Shackleton
Bamford-Eddie

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Re: The Treatment Table - Injury Injuries Knocks Sprains Strains

Postby dirty leeds » Fri Sep 20, 2019 9:14 am

Bobbycollins wrote:Alioski didn't have a great game against Barnsley but I haven't seen anything yet this season to suggest that Douglas is a better option apart from his ability to take a decent corner. Doesn't playing Douglas at LWB leaves the possibility of him being stranded on the half way line - afraid to go forward as he doesn't have the pace to get back and by-passed on half-way by quick passing on the counter.

I would prefer to leave the back 4 untouched and bring in Eddie to play off Bamford's shoulder. As the Prof said in another thread, a race between Eddie and Keogh wshould be amusing.


Aye, but I can't honestly see Bielsa doing that with Bamford/Eddie: he just doesn't play that way. I know you were just expressing your preference, but I don't see the top man ever doing it.


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