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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries 12:25 - Sep 4 with 843 viewsgordon

to start a season with doesn't it?

Edwards, for example, has had recurring groin problems for a number of years, so if he's got something up with his groin now, then surely it isn't just a case of 'see how it is in the morning.'

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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 12:29 - Sep 4 with 805 viewsIpswichKnight

The team news at 14.01 is going to be depressing I fear.
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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 12:36 - Sep 4 with 777 viewsSomethingBlue

Same as ever. We just can't shake it. So exasperating.

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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 12:44 - Sep 4 with 743 viewsIllinoisblue

And Norwood’s had almost six months to get fit. What’s going on there? It’s almost impossible to compare with other clubs but can’t imagine there are many others out there with as many ongoing, long-term, recurring injuries.

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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 12:54 - Sep 4 with 715 viewsTieDyedIn95

Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 12:44 - Sep 4 by Illinoisblue

And Norwood’s had almost six months to get fit. What’s going on there? It’s almost impossible to compare with other clubs but can’t imagine there are many others out there with as many ongoing, long-term, recurring injuries.


Then when the players leave the injuries magically clear up.

It's the club. It's rotten to the core. Unless someone comes in and properly roots out all of the problems and instillas and competitive mindset we'll continue to attract the level of player we now have, and forever more. It starts with the man at the tops attitude and goes all the way down.

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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 13:42 - Sep 4 with 613 viewsCrayonKing

There was a story in The Athletic a few weeks ago about Adam Webster's path to the Premier League which had a quote from Lee Johnson, who signed him, which seemed quite revealing:

“We liked him for a long time — he’d had a bit of an indifferent year in terms of injuries and we’d heard it maybe wasn’t the best (at Ipswich) then in terms of sports science,”
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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 00:25 - Sep 5 with 453 viewseddiespearitt03

Give it 10 games into this season and then we,ll see who is fit enough to play for the team.
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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 03:55 - Sep 5 with 377 viewsharlingblue

Why do we get so many injuries, several during training? How can David McGoldrick be so injury prone at Ipswich and yet play a whole season in The Prem for Sheffield United?
We are now going to start a 2nd season, in the 3rd tier of English football, with our whole playing staff, having months out to get fit, our fitness coaches to teach. Perhaps we need a 'mind coach'?
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Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 11:35 - Sep 5 with 198 viewsRyorry

Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries on 03:55 - Sep 5 by harlingblue

Why do we get so many injuries, several during training? How can David McGoldrick be so injury prone at Ipswich and yet play a whole season in The Prem for Sheffield United?
We are now going to start a 2nd season, in the 3rd tier of English football, with our whole playing staff, having months out to get fit, our fitness coaches to teach. Perhaps we need a 'mind coach'?


Bearing in mind CrayonKing's revealing post just above, looks like we need a whole new medical/fitness team.

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