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Devastating news we need to try and get in a replacement in January (Moutinho!)

its also in the Echo

 

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/everton-fc-news/2009/11/04/everton-fc-rocked-by-fresh-mikel-arteta-injury-anguish-100252-25086249/

oh lord not this again....

 

Here's hoping this is all some dramatic mindgame ahead of the Benfica game, though i doubt it! Best wishes Mikel, take it easy and just make sure you get yourself back this season...

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Really bad/sad news, for Arteta and Everton.

 

Arteta, Gerrard, Jagielka, Torres.......How does a manager plan for the future.Arteta and Jagielka were just doing what they've done a thousand times before, one bad turn and that's it.

 

When they return, may they just be lucky!

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"Moyes said: 'We have had to wash out the knee. It is a setback but I cannot say for how long.' " Does anyone know exactly what "wash[ing] out the knee" entails?

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i swear the day moutinho moves (to anyone) it will be the happiest day of my life!

i honestly thought that when he signed that new 4 contract with the min release clause of E24m, would make people realise WE ARE NEVER GOING TO SIGN HIM!!!! i dont know why, but everytime i see his name mentioned in connection with us, my blood boils. right, rant over...

 

 

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for those who dont believe me:

 

http://www.portugoal.net/index.php/more-sporting-news/1294-moutinho-signs-new-sporting-contract

 

seems its E22.5m but still a valid arguement!

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RE: Arteta's injury, and all the others, the OS' view on things:

 

http://www.evertonfc.com/match/latest-injuries.html

 

most notable

Mikel Arteta (Injury: Ruptured cruciate ligament Expected return: Late 2009/Early 2010)

Leon Osman (Injury: Foot Expected return: Unknown!!!)

Steven Pienaar (Injury: Knee Expected return: Unknown!!!)

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Confirmed on OS, saying it'll take 4-6 weeks longer now.

 

http://www.evertonfc.com/news/archive/jags-suffers-new-blow.html

 

When will we ever hear good news?! :(

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Just think how strong we're gonna be coming at the end of he season! All our best players fresh and raring to go.

 

Exciting times!

 

 

(I almost didn't have a little cry typing that :unsure: )

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Just think how strong we're gonna be coming at the end of he season! All our best players fresh and raring to go.

 

Exciting times!

 

 

(I almost didn't have a little cry typing that :unsure: )

 

 

At this rate we may need to be strong at the end of the season because we may be scrapping for every point so we aren't relegated :unsure:.

 

As an Everton forum I think we should have a suicidal smilie for us to use :P.

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I give up. This is getting ridiculous now. I actually think that we should have a whole area dedicated to injuries, not just a thread, like we used to for Stadium Debate.

 

Someone up there must really hate us. For me having Jags back was a real ray of light. Oh well. Back to the drawing board.

 

Does anyone know the deal with Pienaar? Originally it was "only bruising" and he'd be back within two weeks. Also what the fuck has happened to Vic? I'm not saying he should be involved week in week out but to have him back, for example in Europe, would still be of benefit and the club dont seeme to have said anything.

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What is up with us and injuries ??!!

How many setbacks can we take

 

 

As an Everton forum I think we should have a suicidal smilie for us to use :P.

 

Lmao! i would love to use one right now :P

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Can we pack up for the season now? Jesus, that's Arteta, Jags and Anichebe all suffering complications, what the hell is going on for us? I'd be surprised if we any of them are back by the time Yak, Yobo and Pienaar disappear for the African Nations (assuming Pienaar is fit). We're screwed.

 

On the other hand, if we beat West Ham tomorrow, amazingly we'll be only six points of fifth having played a game less than Villa... hope springs etenal and all that :)

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quick question, did any of our knee injured players visit Dr Steadman?

im shocked our best player in Arteta saw a Doc he was happy with, when the worlds best knee injury specialist could have done it!!!

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I heard this on radio pre-match as well. They said it was just a knock/strain though, cant see it being a long term problem.

 

What was with the Saha substitution ? OS minute by minute commentary said he was injured ? any news ?

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From the Daily Mirror....

 

“Saha’s scoring record against West Ham was in my mind,” admitted Moyes. “He has got a calf strain and probably should not have been playing.”

 

http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news/West-Ham-1-2-Everton-match-report-The-Daily-Mirror-verdict-article216475.html

 

Looks like he took a chance with a break coming up but he (Saha) might have aggrevated it.

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Someone has posted on Kipper that Arteta will never play again and that Jags' injury is very bad and he'll never be the same player again, and will be like Ledley King in that he'll have to be managed.

 

Obviously it's probably bullshit because it's Kipper.

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Someone has posted on Kipper that Arteta will never play again and that Jags' injury is very bad and he'll never be the same player again....

If the poster is called "Baz" then we should worry :unsure: . Otherwise ignore.

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At the moment I'm hard pressed to believe that these gross numbers of injuries is coincidence. There is no way that coincidence or just bad luck leaves us with 3 major knee injuries (not counting bad tackles), multiple calf strains, some groin issues and all the other "nicks" our players have. Something in the physio room and training needs to change.

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Maybe it'd be beneficial to do skill and ballwork in training rather than just working on running them into the ground.

you mean training them to be creative, attacking and exciting? you should know better than that mate... :P

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I'm really starting to beleve the idea that all these injuries are a little more than bad luck. Sure there are now 2 or 3 that were not preventable, but having seen well over half our squad get one of 2 injuries, a hamstring strain/tear or a knee problem, I've really got to believe that the fault lies with Mick Rathbone. No other club has had the injury turn over we have; calling it bad luck is a cop out.

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I'm really starting to beleve the idea that all these injuries are a little more than bad luck. Sure there are now 2 or 3 that were not preventable, but having seen well over half our squad get one of 2 injuries, a hamstring strain/tear or a knee problem, I've really got to believe that the fault lies with Mick Rathbone. No other club has had the injury turn over we have; calling it bad luck is a cop out.

 

 

:blink: How could it possibly be Mick Rathbones fault? Until the player is injured Mick Rathbone wont have any kind of involvement with them at all.

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sorry, didn't mean to write Mick's name there...got things mixed up.

 

The rest of the coaching staff is who I meant to name...especially the fitness guys.

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A mate of mine rekons its the training surfaces. his team never got injuries at their old facilities, moved onto a 'modern' surface and in three weeks had 3 knee injuries...coinsidence? since then he reckons someone gets injured every couple of weeks. Just a though eh?

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The ManU medical staff giving Sir Alec a detailed prognosis on Ferdinand...

 

"We gave Rio an injection just over two weeks ago so we have to let that settle for a week, then he can go back into the gym work and do some more core work," said Ferguson.

 

"We are just hoping that pain goes away."

:lol:

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