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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 9:42 am 
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Update today

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Caleb Marchbank (concussion)
- Entered concussion protocols last Friday
- Unavailable for selection this week

Jesse Motlop (hamstring)
- Low-grade hamstring strain last week
- Availability: 2-3 weeks

Jack Martin (hamstring)
- Low-grade hamstring strain last week
- Will enter a conditioning block
- Availability: 5-6 weeks

David Cuningham (calf)
- Low-grade calf strain last week
- Availability: 2-3 weeks

Sam Walsh (back)
- In full training
- Availability: 1-2 weeks


So Martin's gonna miss half the season....


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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 9:45 am 
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1-2 weeks - I like the sound of that, I think

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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
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missnaut wrote:
Update today

Caleb Marchbank (concussion)
- Entered concussion protocols last Friday
- Unavailable for selection this week

Jesse Motlop (hamstring)
- Low-grade hamstring strain last week
- Availability: 2-3 weeks

Jack Martin (hamstring)
- Low-grade hamstring strain last week
- Will enter a conditioning block
- Availability: 5-6 weeks

David Cuningham (calf)
- Low-grade calf strain last week
- Availability: 2-3 weeks

Sam Walsh (back)
- In full training
- Availability: 1-2 weeks


Jack Martin - the half season specialist.

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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 10:04 am 
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&#@% me….!


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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 10:06 am 
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Still... at least he's missing the less important half? You can't get a premiership medallion missing the second half of the season...


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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 10:26 am 
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Martin and Cuningham… man the sheer number of different injuries that these guys pick up is hard to fathom. Thankfully we have real depth now and don’t miss them as much as we used to


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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
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The amount of soft tissue injuries we are picking up in the controlled environment of the training track is concerning


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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
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Damn. Thought they were coming along a bit better than that.

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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 12:04 pm 
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Martin and Cuningham… man the sheer number of different injuries that these guys pick up is hard to fathom. Thankfully we have real depth now and don’t miss them as much as we used to


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Both out of contract this year.

Time to cut our losses.


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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
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jake_h03 wrote:
Martin and Cuningham… man the sheer number of different injuries that these guys pick up is hard to fathom. Thankfully we have real depth now and don’t miss them as much as we used to


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Both out of contract this year.

Time to cut our losses.


Nah I’ll hold judgement until the end of the season. You’ve got to have something better to replace them to justify getting rid of them. We have enough depth now to carry a few guys like this. They only need to be fit and firing at the business end of the season really. A fit Martin in particular on grand final day could be the difference between winning and losing


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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 1:41 pm 
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I believe the hold up with Martin is the lead time required to change his name to from Jack to Clark ;-)
Vossy knows how to deal with players like Martin.


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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2024 1:51 pm 
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jake_h03 wrote:
.Thankfully we have real depth now and don’t miss them as much as we used to.

Yes picking up both E Hollands and Fantasia cheaply was smart recruiting.

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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
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jake_h03 wrote:
The amount of soft tissue injuries we are picking up in the controlled environment of the training track is concerning


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Two on that list are just injury prone.


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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
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jake_h03 wrote:
Traveller86 wrote:
jake_h03 wrote:
Martin and Cuningham… man the sheer number of different injuries that these guys pick up is hard to fathom. Thankfully we have real depth now and don’t miss them as much as we used to


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Both out of contract this year.

Time to cut our losses.


Nah I’ll hold judgement until the end of the season. You’ve got to have something better to replace them to justify getting rid of them. We have enough depth now to carry a few guys like this. They only need to be fit and firing at the business end of the season really. A fit Martin in particular on grand final day could be the difference between winning and losing

Agree with you there Jake… although, this year’s intake has put the writing on the wall.

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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
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Sucks about Martin, but if we get Walsh, Motlop and Cuningham back in the next 3 weeks and E Hollands continues where he left off then a 5-6 week wait won't seem too bad, and might dovetail nicely with the next block of injuries :P


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The Motlop one concerns me more

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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
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Carlton say Sam Walsh is a big chance to face Adelaide next week. Making good progress. Will do some work this weekend while his teammates take on Fremantle @FOXFOOTY
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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
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Drew Jones
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Carlton say Sam Walsh is a big chance to face Adelaide next week. Making good progress. Will do some work this weekend while his teammates take on Fremantle @FOXFOOTY
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He looked good and was moving well in some of the Channel 7 news footage i saw yesterday.


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 Post subject: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2024 2:38 pm 
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Great news!
I have to say every time I see this thread pop up at the top of my thread lists, I get ready to call my cardiologist!


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 Post subject: Re: Injury thread 2024
PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2024 3:37 pm 
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Great news!
I have to say every time I see this thread pop up at the top of my thread lists, I get ready to call my cardiologist!


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I feel the same way.


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