Injury Report - Season 2024

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Richmond Injury List

Unavailable

Shai Bolton, concussion (1 week)

Tim Taranto, wrist (1-2 weeks)

Tom Lynch, hamstring (2-3 weeks)

Jacob Hopper, hamstring (3-4 weeks)

Jack Ross, foot (6-8 weeks)

Maurice Rioli, ankle (6-8 weeks)

Dylan Grimes, back (TBA)

Liam Fawcett, back (TBA)

Mate Colina, back (TBA)

Tylar Young, knee, (season)

Sam Naismith, knee (season)

Josh Gibcus, knee (season)

Mykelti Lefau, knee (season)

Judson Clarke, knee (season)

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The AFL needs to revisit the interchange cap rule and the stand rule. Both rules introduce more fatigue. More fatigue would surely increase the risk of injuries!

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last game both GFC & RFC used 69/75 interchanges. RFC season average is 68/75. The injuries to LeFau & Pickett were late in the game. Why aren't clubs already using their 75?

You'd think players would be coming off if they are gassed.

RFC ran 298km: GFC ran 294kms in the game. RFC cop an ACL to a player GFC don't.

Gibcus, Naismith & Young did ACL early in games. 2nd qtrs.

My theory is RFC fitness is OK just not managing injury well. AFL, VFL, AFLW programs all need new faces.
 
https://www.richmondfc.com.au/news/1571253/injury-report-round-13-2024



Available

Shai Bolton, concussion

Tim Taranto, wrist

Dion Prestia, managed

Unavailable

Dustin Martin, managed (1 week)

Tom Lynch, hamstring (1 week)

Jacob Hopper, hamstring (2 weeks)

Marlion Pickett, calf (3-4 weeks)

Maurice Rioli, ankle (4-6 weeks)

Jack Ross, foot (6-8 weeks)

Dylan Grimes, back (TBA)

Liam Fawcett, back (TBA)

Mate Colina, back (TBA)

Mykelti Lefau, knee (season)

Tylar Young, knee (season)

Sam Naismith, knee (season)

Josh Gibcus, knee (season)

Judson Clarke, knee (season)
 
Jack ross - still 6-8 weeks lol
 

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I believe the problem is that Louie is super dense.
So dense in fact that his gravitational force effects space and time around him so that 6 weeks actually takes 12 months to pass for those that are able to stay a safe distance from him.
To prove my theory look at Gibcus, nothing changed last year while he was near Louie, send him to Qatar, far enough away from his gravitational distortions and he started to make progress in his recovery.
 
nothing would be worse than finishing 12th this year once we get our injured players back and getting a shite pick
We won't, already 2 games behind West Coast and %. West Coast have North at home this weekend so that's 3 games ahead as we aren't beating Adelaide. Hawks are 12th and already 4 games ahead of us and %
 
Surely the only team likely to finish lower than us this season will be Norf.
depends

we are getting back players this week
and next

we'll need to tank cos if we go full bore we'll win too many games

still 12 games remaining
 
I believe the problem is that Louie is super dense.
So dense in fact that his gravitational force effects space and time around him so that 6 weeks actually takes 12 months to pass for those that are able to stay a safe distance from him.
To prove my theory look at Gibcus, nothing changed last year while he was near Louie, send him to Qatar, far enough away from his gravitational distortions and he started to make progress in his recovery.
Only @BF can you get football talk wrapped into Einsteins general theory of relativity 😂
 
Can someone call the club and ask wtf is going on with the bullshit reporting about Jack Ross?
Meehan is taking the piss
Even Sarah Black is like wtf

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