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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby Aequitas1987 » Mon May 20, 2019 7:13 pm

RedQueen wrote:Image


Thats a really cool statistic, thanks for sharing.

We definitely need to improve our medical staff / recovery, I know its a running joke here.

However, being middle of the table is not terribly bad in comparison. I think we need to evaluate the statistic with two factors in particular
a) Bayern competes on all fronts with much deeper runs which means more games, less rest and hence more injuries.
b) Bayern squad strength and fight for starting spots leads to much more intense training/practice which also leads to more injuries.

I would be really keen to see a comparison with other elite level clubs across Europe. I think that would be a much more apt comparison to judge our medical team by.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby MUTU » Tue May 21, 2019 1:34 pm

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Are we still doing the daily blood tests?
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby RedQueen » Tue May 21, 2019 2:45 pm

MUTU wrote:Are we still doing the daily blood tests?

I don't have any info on that.

But I posted the same statistic last year:
injuries-f2/official-generic-player-injury-thread-t12458-465.html#p515261

We've improved a little bit. Hoffenheim have dropped dramatically. Apparently it's not just about the blood tests.

Overall the figures are worse this season. I'm astounded Leipzig and Leverkusen are still among the best, as both teams have had a couple of long-term injuries (plus Leverkusen has the Benders). But both have 13 days more, which this season is still enough for a top 5 position.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby RedQueen » Tue May 21, 2019 2:50 pm

Aequitas1987 wrote:
Thats a really cool statistic, thanks for sharing.

We definitely need to improve our medical staff / recovery, I know its a running joke here.

However, being middle of the table is not terribly bad in comparison. I think we need to evaluate the statistic with two factors in particular
a) Bayern competes on all fronts with much deeper runs which means more games, less rest and hence more injuries.
b) Bayern squad strength and fight for starting spots leads to much more intense training/practice which also leads to more injuries.

I would be really keen to see a comparison with other elite level clubs across Europe. I think that would be a much more apt comparison to judge our medical team by.

We didn't have more games this season. Leipzig had the most with 52, Frankfurt had 50, we had 49. It's probably more the age of the squad that's a factor.
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Re: Official generic player injury thread

Postby #12 » Tue May 21, 2019 6:00 pm

RedQueen wrote:
MUTU wrote:Are we still doing the daily blood tests?

I don't have any info on that.

But I posted the same statistic last year:
injuries-f2/official-generic-player-injury-thread-t12458-465.html#p515261

We've improved a little bit. Hoffenheim have dropped dramatically. Apparently it's not just about the blood tests.

Overall the figures are worse this season. I'm astounded Leipzig and Leverkusen are still among the best, as both teams have had a couple of long-term injuries (plus Leverkusen has the Benders). But both have 13 days more, which this season is still enough for a top 5 position.


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