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Discussion in 'Fremantle' started by Unique Name, Dec 22, 2016.
Should stay in peel imo, he's old and not the future and is borderline b22 anyway
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Bugger Subes, no mention of Stephen or anyone else from Saturday that's a good enough update for now.
Sure, but basic common sense tells you SHill and Walters were both at least slightly injured. Hill's was a cork wasn't it? Unless it's severe, that certainly is short term you'd think so no biggie, but Walters came in with an injury and, though he stepped up when he had to, you could see at the end of the game it was giving him the s**ts.
As with last year, we might push Walters through - silly to do so, but it will probably happen.
Can play on the Hayden Ballantyne Wing at Rushton instead.. The irony
True and I started to go back and edit my post to add in that "... except on a personal note because no one ever wants to see a player injured..."
Still an unchanged side is an unchanged side
i will fight you
So would Ballas if he wasn't on the ground all the time.
3 to 4 weeks
Not as bad as I was expecting - however his form has been next level and he normally turns it up for derbies.
Why did he go back out on the field.....?
Big blow, has been in AA form
Oh that was last week. Carry on.
When did he?
edit: never mind
I was expecting 8 to 12 weeks so four weeks out is a relief
Freo 4 weeks... Hope to see him again for the 2018 season.
'Standard' hammy strain is 4 weeks give or take - that's what I was expecting myself. These things happen at this level, just a kick in the guts it's to our most in-form player.
See you in 7 weeks Stephen
our best player this year so this makes perfect sense.
**** you footy gods
Yes he grab very high, so I will take the 3-4 weeks
3-4 weeks out isn't unexpected for a hammy. Still it sucks because he's been so good!
Yeah, that was my worry.
Anyone got any ideas on Balic's condition?