Status in Question Off-field injuries over the years with bullshit excuses. ???

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Wayne Dwop

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Lessons from this thread:

I've seen a broken penis and repair. Simplest way to describe it is blowing out one of the cylinders. They then roll the skin back, sew up the defect, attach the skin back and you're mostly back to normal. Takes a while for the swelling to go down and fair amount of time off the job.
Leave the swelling, just take the pain away.
 

Blue Heart

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Rohan Welsh who played for Carlton in the '93 GF broke his leg on an end of year Blues' footy trip to the US. Apparently in a state of inebriation, he was streaking and fell down a hill near the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

The rest of the players dressed him and took him to hospital for treatment. When he arrived there, the medical staff were totally mystified how he could have a broken leg and numerous cuts and abrasions to his body ... but his clothes were in A grade perfect condition !!!
 
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Benny78

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Good on you Vinnie B!

I'm sick of these disingenuous campaigners as well. It would be nice to know precisely which campaigners would use mental illness as an excuse to relieve themselves of any warranted flak as a result of their own inability not to be ******* campaigners.
 

markm106

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I think Jarrod Grant got stung by a stingray early on.

Also remember a former player talking about players going skiing against all advice and injuring themselves. Then coming back to training and pretending to do the injury.
 

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