So was Germany a failure for our injuries?

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Lockyer24

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I think Elliott was always a really hard case to fix. If we can get him back for the pointy end in good shape it's a win.

Moore is flying. Not worried there.

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How does the song go?

The ankle bone's connected to the shin bone,

The shin bone's connected to the knee bone,

The knee bone's connected to the thigh bone,

The thigh bone's connected to the hamstring (bone)...

Open and shut case - German herr doktors know nuhhhsssingggg and should be facing the firing squad (the corporate type, not the bang-bang type)!!!
 

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We need to stop sending Australian athletes overseas, for whatever reason, as bad things happen. Look at Pharlap.
I told him...beware those American ponies. He didnt listen.

Of course being a kiwi its possible I should have said punnies to get the message across.
 

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No.. Moore and Elliot.. combined.. have played the equivalent of 10 yrs of footy in 10 rounds.. given where they were going..
 

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i was just thinking about whether a player can have the same injury happen again. The exact same series of muscles or tendons or even the same down to the cell level.... the exact same injury. Then I was wondering if it could be the same injury if it happened in different circumstances. Straining a hamstring on the half forward line at Kardinia Park compared to the back pocket at the MCG. I suppose if they were the same injuries at the molecular level ... the exact same number of damaged cells etc - then it could be the same injury, even if the two injuries occurred in two different locations. Fascinating stuff....
 
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