|Player||April 9||April 16||April 29||May 1||May 7||May 14||May 21||May 28||June 11||June 18|
|Joel Smith||TBC (was 5 on March 20)||4-6||4-5||6-8||6-8||4-6||4-6||4-6||5||4|
I wish I could run projects like these guys treat injuries.Sorry for lack of updates.
I completely lost interest in the footy this year. Will have a look later
Player April 9 April 16 April 29 May 1 May 7 May 14 May 21 May 28 June 11 June 18 Hibberd - - - - - - 1-2 Test Fit Cooked Joel Smith TBC (was 5 on March 20) 4-6 4-5 6-8 6-8 4-6 4-6 4-6 5 4 Nev - - 8-10 10-12 10-12 8-10 7-9 6-8 7 6 KK - - TBC TBC TBC TBC 1-2 Test Fit - Melk - - - - - 4-5 3-4 5-6 5 4 AVB 4-6 4-6 4-5 TBC TBC TBC 4-6 4-6 5 4 Maynard - - - - - - - 1 Test Test Frost - - - - - - - - - TBC Sparrow - - - - - - - - - 7-9
Full disclosure: There are a few in the last few weeks that came on and off in that time that i've left out.
I literally hadn't paid any attention to it at and and all i can say is wowee.
Melksham's injury definitely putting the SHAM in Misson. He's been at least 4 weeks away for 5 weeks. A new contender for the AVB injury management award.
AVB is still the gold standard though. At least 4 weeks away since early April - so 12 weeks. That has to be a record.
Nev is 2 weeks closer to a return from where he was 2 months ago so good progress.
Joel 'lawyer up' Smith is 1 week closer to a return from where he was on the 20th March (13 weeks ago). If AVB is gold standard, JS is diamond. Criminal, i tell you, criminal.
Frost is a worry
My 'favourite' is the 3-week 'TBC' period in the middle there on AVB's one. Before the 3-week period where they didn't know wtf was going on, it was 4-5. After the 3-week period where they didn't know wtf was going on, it was 4-6. Delicious.I wish I could run projects like these guys treat injuries.
"I'll say 4-6 weeks but there's a reasonable chance we'll never actually finish this one."
So campaigner, are you ready to admit yet that injuries are a pretty major factor in a clubs fortunes? Your Tigers have hit the wall with no Rance and Riewoldt. Predictably. Or do they just need a couple more small crumbing forwards to turn it all around? ;-)The old good from far but far from goods aye
Collingwood made the GF with a s**t load of injuries. Dogs won the flag with injuries. It's a bulls**t excuse for soft campaignersSo campaigner, are you ready to admit yet that injuries are a pretty major factor in a clubs fortunes? Your Tigers have hit the wall with no Rance and Riewoldt. Predictably. Or do they just need a couple more small crumbing forwards to turn it all around? ;-)