News 2019 Injuries and Suspensions

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curnow inferno

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As everyone knows, a full pre-season is often a key pre-cursor to a great season. That being said, I thought it might be handy to compile a list of which unlucky blokes are currently completing interrupted pre-seasons & to track how their recovery is going. Off the top of my head I have the following names however feel free to add the ones you know and I will update this post as it goes on. Hopefully won't need to update many times wishing all the players a healthy pre-season!

Adelaide:
-Taylor Walker: foot operation in August.

-Daniel talia: thumb surgery in August.

-Tom Doedee: fractured collarbone repair in August.

-Andy Otten: surgery to alleviate an Achilles issue in September.

Brisbane:

Carlton:
-Will Setterfield: Recovering from ACL reconstruction in february this year. doing most running & weights. expected to resume full contact training after Christmas.

-Matthew Kennedy: surgery to repair ankle ligament damage in august.

-Mitch McGovern: Arthroscopes both ankles in September.

-Matthew Kreuzer: Minor procedure to fix elevated heart rate issue

-Jarrod Garlett: Shoulder operation in August. Was dislocated during JLT series

Collingwood:
-Jeremy Howe: Shoulder reconstruction in October. 3 months recovery.

-Matthew Scharenberg: ACL reconstruction in August.

Essendon:
-Joe Daniher: osteitis pubis. Aiming to return to training with teammates post-Christmas.

-Orazio Fantasia: Finger tendon injury in November. can keep running, kicking the ball and doing bits and pieces with the group that don’t involve tackling or that finger over the next couple of weeks.

-Tom Bellchambers: Shoulder surgery post-season. expected to return to full training following the team’s upcoming holiday break. progressing his contact up until Christmas.

-Travis Colyer: foot surgery. expected to miss first 6 rounds next year.

-Josh Begley: ACL rupture on ANZAC day. building up high volumes of mostly straight-line training – he’s up around the nine or 10km session mark at the moment. change of direction and jumping and other functional movements over the next couple of months, and he’ll be looking to integrate with the group after Christmas

-Marty Gleeson: significant ankle injury last pre-season. completing three running sessions a week.

Fremantle:
-Stephen Hill: surgery to clean up scar tissue on quads. In doubt for Round 1. may not start running until February following the surgery, giving him just a seven-week build-up to be ready for round one.

Geelong:
-Zach Tuohy: minor procedure to clean up knee. delayed start to pre-season. expected to be able to start running before the club's Christmas leave.

-Lachie Henderson: three knee surgeries. taking part in most drills but also running laps on his own at times.

-Nakia Cockatoo: Knee surgery in July. Running laps.

-Jed Bews: Shoulder reconstruction October. 3 months recovery.

-Esava Ratugolea: September clean-up to have screws removed from initial surgery following his broken ankle in round 10. Now running. No contact work.

-Wylie Buzza: Surgery to repair Lisfranc injury in August. Light duties.

-Ryan Abbott: Hamstring tendonitis. Running laps.

GWS:
-Toby Greene: Ankle surgery in November. Light duties until after Christmas.

Hawthorn:
-Tom Mitchell: AC joint surgery in November. 2-3 months recovery.

Melbourne:
-Clayton Oliver: Double Latarjet shoulder reconstruction in October- 3 months rehab

-Jack Viney: minor procedure on ankle in October

-Christian Petracca: knee operation in October

-Jake Lever: ACL reconstruction in June. left the track early at training late November after experiencing irritation in scar tissue in reconstructed left knee.

-Neville Jetta: Right knee surgery in September & shoulder surgery in October

-Mitch Hannan: Knee operation in October

-James Harmes: Shoulder surgery in September

-Aaron vandenberg: shoulder.

-Billy Stretch: stress fracture in toe.

North Melbourne:
-Ben Brown: hip arthroscope in September. Won't train fully till January.

Richmond:
-Jack Riewoldt: Minor shoulder surgery post-season.

-Dylan Grimes: Finger surgery.

-Josh Caddy: Ankle surgery.

St Kilda:
-Dean Kent: AC joint surgery in October. Running solid blocks. No contact training.

-Billy Longer: foot surgery post-season. back running now.

Sydney:
-Lance Franklin: groin surgery in November. expected to get back to skills training in early January.
 
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Flyin Ryan: getting fecked up too much. Expected return- when the grog runs out and he can catch a taxi to training
That's what happens when your team wins a flag, something you'll never experience.
 

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As everyone knows, a full pre-season is often a key pre-cursor to a great season. That being said, I thought it might be handy to compile a list of which unlucky blokes are currently completing interrupted pre-seasons & to track how their recovery is going. Off the top of my head I have the following names however feel free to add the ones you know and I will update this post as it goes on. Hopefully won't need to update many times wishing all the players a healthy pre-season!

Adelaide:
-Taylor Walker: foot operation in August.

-Daniel talia: thumb surgery in August.

-Tom Doedee: fractured collarbone repair in August.

-Andy Otten: surgery to alleviate an Achilles issue in September.

Brisbane:

Carlton:
-Will Setterfield: Recovering from ACL reconstruction in february this year. doing most running & weights. expected to resume full contact training after Christmas.

-Matthew Kennedy: surgery to repair ankle ligament damage in august.

-Mitch McGovern: Arthroscopes both ankles in September.

-Matthew Kreuzer: Minor procedure to fix elevated heart rate issue

-Jarrod Garlett: Shoulder operation in August. Was dislocated during JLT series

Collingwood:
-Jeremy Howe: Shoulder reconstruction in October. 3 months recovery.

-Matthew Scharenberg: ACL reconstruction in August.

Essendon:
-Joe Daniher: osteitis pubis. Aiming to return to training with teammates post-Christmas.

-Orazio Fantasia: Finger tendon injury in November. can keep running, kicking the ball and doing bits and pieces with the group that don’t involve tackling or that finger over the next couple of weeks.

-Tom Bellchambers: Shoulder surgery post-season. expected to return to full training following the team’s upcoming holiday break. progressing his contact up until Christmas.

-Travis Colyer: foot surgery. expected to miss first 6 rounds next year.

-Josh Begley: ACL rupture on ANZAC day. building up high volumes of mostly straight-line training – he’s up around the nine or 10km session mark at the moment. change of direction and jumping and other functional movements over the next couple of months, and he’ll be looking to integrate with the group after Christmas

-Marty Gleeson: significant ankle injury last pre-season. completing three running sessions a week.

Fremantle:
-Stephen Hill: surgery to clean up scar tissue on quads. In doubt for Round 1. may not start running until February following the surgery, giving him just a seven-week build-up to be ready for round one.

Geelong:
-Zach Tuohy: minor procedure to clean up knee. delayed start to pre-season. expected to be able to start running before the club's Christmas leave.

-Lachie Henderson: three knee surgeries. taking part in most drills but also running laps on his own at times.

-Nakia Cockatoo: Knee surgery in July. Running laps.

-Jed Bews: Shoulder reconstruction October. 3 months recovery.

-Esava Ratugolea: September clean-up to have screws removed from initial surgery following his broken ankle in round 10. Now running. No contact work.

-Wylie Buzza: Surgery to repair Lisfranc injury in August. Light duties.

-Ryan Abbott: Hamstring tendonitis. Running laps.

GWS:
-Toby Greene: Ankle surgery in November. Light duties until after Christmas.

Hawthorn:
-Tom Mitchell: AC joint surgery in November. 2-3 months recovery.

Melbourne:
-Clayton Oliver: Double Latarjet shoulder reconstruction in October- 3 months rehab

-Jack Viney: minor procedure on ankle in October

-Christian Petracca: knee operation in October

-Jake Lever: ACL reconstruction in June. left the track early at training late November after experiencing irritation in scar tissue in reconstructed left knee.

-Neville Jetta: Right knee surgery in September & shoulder surgery in October

-Mitch Hannan: Knee operation in October

-James Harmes: Shoulder surgery in September

-Aaron vandenberg: shoulder.

-Billy Stretch: stress fracture in toe.

North Melbourne:
-Ben Brown: hip arthroscope in September. Won't train fully till January.

Richmond:
-Jack Riewoldt: Minor shoulder surgery post-season.

-Dylan Grimes: Finger surgery.

-Josh Caddy: Ankle surgery.

St Kilda:
-Dean Kent: AC joint surgery in October. Running solid blocks. No contact training.

-Billy Longer: foot surgery post-season. back running now.

Sydney:
-Lance Franklin: groin surgery in November. expected to get back to skills training in early January.

Titch will be cherry ripe for round 1. He was doing contact work and match sim (going head to head against the Worpedo) at Hawthorn’s training session yesterday.
 

toxic

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Josh Kelly has declared he's primed to attack the new year fully fit after a frustrating 2018 season in which he missed eight games.

The gun midfielder said he was confident he would remain fit and healthy next year after skipping his annual overseas holiday during the off-season to have surgery on his troublesome right hip and right knee.

The 2017 club champion and All Australian onballer missed six games with groin issues early this year, but he's confident the hip surgery has fixed that problem.

He also had his knee cleaned up after going down in the opening quarter of the GIANTS’ elimination final win over Sydney at the SCG, an injury that forced him to miss the club's loss to Collingwood a week later as the team's season was ended.
 

Hai_Newman

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Minor one missed

Josh Kelly has declared he's primed to attack the new year fully fit after a frustrating 2018 season in which he missed eight games.

The gun midfielder said he was confident he would remain fit and healthy next year after skipping his annual overseas holiday during the off-season to have surgery on his troublesome right hip and right knee.

The 2017 club champion and All Australian onballer missed six games with groin issues early this year, but he's confident the hip surgery has fixed that problem.

He also had his knee cleaned up after going down in the opening quarter of the GIANTS’ elimination final win over Sydney at the SCG, an injury that forced him to miss the club's loss to Collingwood a week later as the team's season was ended.
Reads like pure sex.
 
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