Long limbs always at risk of extra twist and extension, always so involved so plenty of extra opportunity for its to happen. Potential weakness somewhere in legs with constant injuries there@Adrianoooo wrote:How do you even solve that problem for him? Is he just being unlucky?
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@Adrianoooo wrote:How do you even solve that problem for him? Is he just being unlucky?
It’s a weird one. I know the sea eagles previous Physio who rehabbed his last one. He had a fasciae tear near where the hammy muscle becomes tendon and he met all their strength and functional testing criteria but in his first game back he injured the tendon part high up which is worse than a muscle tear
Today looked like a low, muscle belly rather than tendon injury. You’d still imagine he misses a month and they won’t be rushing him back given his history.
RTS or find the funds for teddy somehow. Hmmm
Edit: the answer is strength in a variety of positions given his long levers and making him resolute to lots of high intensity sprints. I’d imagine they’d have done a lot of this though. Will likely have a PRP injection to try and speed up his healing
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