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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby #12 » Thu Apr 12, 2018 8:26 pm

IsiahRashad wrote:Good news is none of the players suffered serious injury:

- Lewndowski suffered painful bruising to the cheek bone.
- Rafinha & James suffered a minor injuries.
- Martinez suffered bruising to his knee.

All four players received extensive treatment today.


So Lewa out 4 weeks, Rafinha and James 6-8, Javi season over?
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby IsiahRashad » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:41 pm

According to the reports both Robben and Boateng are doubtful for the second leg in Madrid.

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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby MUTU » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:43 pm

IsiahRashad wrote:According to the reports both Robben and Boateng are doubtful for the second leg in Madrid.

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Mark my words that neither of them will play at the World Cup 2018.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby IsiahRashad » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:46 pm

MUTU wrote:
IsiahRashad wrote:According to the reports both Robben and Boateng are doubtful for the second leg in Madrid.

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Mark my words that neither of them will play at the World Cup 2018.


Especially Robben with Netherlands :P
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby America USA » Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:17 am

I’m somehow not very bothered about Injuries suffered during the match (unless the player is already carrying a minor injury and is played regardless and then suffers a worse injury)

This season our training ground injuries have really reduced. Only Alaba recently is the exception.

I think Bayern need to swallow their pride and contact Barcelona. Take a team of soil experts and grounds men to Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper and see what is it about their training ground that their players never get injured in training and how Vidal got his leg stuck in the field and hurt his knee that ended his season. Also our medical team need to take a very hard look at themselves in light of what has happened nonstop for the past half decade now.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby FCB12Forever » Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:36 am

America USA wrote:I’m somehow not very bothered about Injuries suffered during the match (unless the player is already carrying a minor injury and is played regardless and then suffers a worse injury)

This season our training ground injuries have really reduced. Only Alaba recently is the exception.

I think Bayern need to swallow their pride and contact Barcelona. Take a team of soil experts and grounds men to Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper and see what is it about their training ground that their players never get injured in training and how Vidal got his leg stuck in the field and hurt his knee that ended his season. Also our medical team need to take a very hard look at themselves in light of what has happened nonstop for the past half decade now.


I bet they did. But one thing they can't change is the average temperature in Barcelona is way higher than in Munchen, especially in winter.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby America USA » Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:41 am

That’s OK. I believe men who have to live in the winter are physical tougher.

HOWEVER, as soon as any of our player suffers a long term injury then send them away from Munich ASAP. USA, Australia, middle eastern countries or even India/China are decent places to recover quicker in warmer climates.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby FCB12Forever » Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:45 am

America USA wrote:That’s OK. I believe men who have to live in the winter are physical tougher.

HOWEVER, as soon as any of our player suffers a long term injury then send them away from Munich ASAP. USA, Australia, middle eastern countries or even India/China are decent places to recover quicker in warmer climates.


They do, Neuer was in Thailand for faster recovery, when Munchen was -13 `C.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby America USA » Thu Apr 26, 2018 1:06 am

FCB12Forever wrote:
America USA wrote:That’s OK. I believe men who have to live in the winter are physical tougher.

HOWEVER, as soon as any of our player suffers a long term injury then send them away from Munich ASAP. USA, Australia, middle eastern countries or even India/China are decent places to recover quicker in warmer climates.


They do, Neuer was in Thailand for faster recovery, when Munchen was -13 `C.

No Neuer only went to Thailand in February. He should’ve left in October itself. Three months in the summer of Australia would’ve helped him immensely (I had suggested this in Neuer’s injury thread) and had he done so, Chances are that he would probably have played today and stopped Marcelo’s goal.

Instead it was foolishly decided to keep him in Bavaria throughout the cold months of November, December and January.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby YlonenXabi » Thu Apr 26, 2018 5:28 pm

Considering that we've been suffering from injuries for a long time regardless of the coach and medical staff, I was wondering if the club will open an investigation about it?

What are your thoughts?


All clubs in Europe need to deal with injuries. Especially big clubs as their players are required to play many more games. But our injury situation is much worse than any other one apart from maybe Dortmund

Then I was thinking what might be different for Bayern and Dortmund compared to other big clubs in Europe?

Cold weather? Winter break?

Cause there are many clubs from cold countries, but most of the top clubs play in Spain, England and Italy where the weather is warmer than in Germany. Could cold climate + amount of games be the cause for so many injuries?


That would explain why Bayern and Dortmund had to deal with ridiculous injury situations while other clubs in Germany have been more or less OK
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby MUTU » Thu Apr 26, 2018 6:04 pm

I discussed this elsewhere but this is the right place. I don't think there's a single factor in play here. You mentioned cold weather plus more matches. But take Premier League clubs participating in the CL. They play more matches than us and they play during the winter while Bayern are busy training in Qatar. So they have more cold and more matches, yet statistically suffer fewer injuries.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby #12 » Thu Apr 26, 2018 6:13 pm

MUTU wrote:I discussed this elsewhere but this is the right place. I don't think there's a single factor in play here. You mentioned cold weather plus more matches. But take Premier League clubs participating in the CL. They play more matches than us and they play during the winter while Bayern are busy training in Qatar. So they have more cold and more matches, yet statistically suffer fewer injuries.


Doesn’t get quite as cold as in Germany on the island, does it?
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby YlonenXabi » Thu Apr 26, 2018 7:50 pm

The weather in England can get cold, but Germany is far colder.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby MUTU » Thu Apr 26, 2018 8:27 pm

In late December to early January doesn't it get colder in England than it would be in the undersoil heated pitches in Germany in February when teams resume play, or not?
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby #12 » Thu Apr 26, 2018 8:40 pm

MUTU wrote:In late December to early January doesn't it get colder in England than it would be in the undersoil heated pitches in Germany in February when teams resume play, or not?


Doesn’t negate the overall cold climate...
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