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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #135 on: May 13, 2024, 07:43:02 PM »
Horrible news regarding Rioli. Sums up this season. Suspect Graham will be out for at least 4 weeks.

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #136 on: May 15, 2024, 12:54:27 AM »
Richmond Injury List:

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Liam Baker, soreness
 
Dylan Grimes, back
 
Unavailable
 
James Trezise, concussion Protocols (1 week)
 
Sam Banks, concussion Protocols (1 week)
 
Seth Campbell, knee (1-2 weeks)
 
Jack Graham, hamstring (1-2 weeks)
 
Jacob Hopper, hamstring (2-3 weeks)
 
Tim Taranto, wrist (3-4 weeks)
 
Tom Lynch, hamstring (4-6 weeks)
 
Jack Ross, foot (6-8 weeks)
 
Maurice Rioli, ankle (8-10 weeks)
 
Liam Fawcett, back (TBA)
 
Mate Colina, back (TBA)
 
Josh Gibcus, knee (season)
 
Judson Clarke, knee (season)

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Richmond youngster Maurice Rioli Jnr will miss 8-10 weeks as he recovers from the syndesmosis injury that he suffered late in Saturdayís match against the Western Bulldogs.

Rioli Jnr, 21, had surgery today to repair his ankle. The youngster had been a strong contributor across eight games this season.

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Sam Banks remains in good spirits and is being monitored closely by Club Medicos after suffering a concussion in a heavy collision on the weekend.

Banks is unavailable for selection this week as part of the concussion protocols.

Jack Graham, who was substituted out of the game early in the third quarter, is expected to miss 1-2 weeks.

Graham felt tightness in his hamstring, with scans showing a minor strain, that he will rehabilitate before returning to action.

Youngster Seth Campbell will also miss the next 1-2 weeks due to bone bruising on his knee. The 19-year-old has featured in every game this season since debuting in the Opening Round.

In other injury news, Jack Dyer Medallist Tim Taranto is only 3-4 weeks away from playing as he progresses through his return from a broken wrist.

Rebounding defender James Trezise is also unavailable for selection this weekend after suffering a concussion in the final quarter of the VFL match.

Liam Baker (corked leg/soreness) and Dylan Grimes, who was managed last week due to a niggling back issue, are both listed as a test for this week.

https://www.richmondfc.com.au/news/1554776/

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #137 on: May 15, 2024, 07:29:03 AM »
Last week Hopper was 2 weeks, this week itís 2-3 weeks. Someone strap his knee and he redid it?
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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #138 on: May 15, 2024, 08:16:19 AM »
Ross was 8 weeks for how long it hasn't moved.

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #139 on: May 15, 2024, 09:20:34 AM »
Graham with another potential 1 week hammy lmao

Let's give him a week off and see how he goes, straight back into the side :D

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #140 on: May 16, 2024, 05:50:54 PM »
Graham with another potential 1 week hammy lmao

Let's give him a week off and see how he goes, straight back into the side :D

It wont be 1 week this time  :shh :whistle

Ross was 8 weeks for how long it hasn't moved.

Saw him on Tuesday night at the Player Sponsors dinner wasn't in the moonboot

All up to the specialist to determine the whens
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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #141 on: May 16, 2024, 06:27:06 PM »
Graham with another potential 1 week hammy lmao

Let's give him a week off and see how he goes, straight back into the side :D

It wont be 1 week this time  :shh :whistle

Ross was 8 weeks for how long it hasn't moved.

Saw him on Tuesday night at the Player Sponsors dinner wasn't in the moonboot

All up to the specialist to determine the whens

Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #142 on: May 16, 2024, 07:02:17 PM »


Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

Get your point

But...

The majority of Clubs use the same surgeons, specialists in sports injuries

I'll be honest I don't get what it is people want.

Folks complain if we rush players back and they re-injure but then also complain if they are held back because the recovery takes takes longer

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #143 on: May 16, 2024, 07:07:31 PM »


Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

Get your point

But...

The majority of Clubs use the same surgeons, specialists in sports injuries

I'll be honest I don't get what it is people want.

Folks complain if we rush players back and they re-injure but then also complain if they are held back because the recovery takes takes longer



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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #144 on: May 16, 2024, 07:43:40 PM »


Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

Get your point

But...

The majority of Clubs use the same surgeons, specialists in sports injuries

I'll be honest I don't get what it is people want.

Folks complain if we rush players back and they re-injure but then also complain if they are held back because the recovery takes takes longer

Itís a tricky situation. Itís close to home for me as I have a high profile friend in the afl whoís career was nearly derailed by the surgeon stuffing up multiple times. Ending up sourcing a different surgeon privately. 

Also Iím not sure anyone at this stage is against a recovery taking a little longer

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #145 on: May 16, 2024, 08:07:11 PM »


Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

Get your point

But...

The majority of Clubs use the same surgeons, specialists in sports injuries

I'll be honest I don't get what it is people want.

Folks complain if we rush players back and they re-injure but then also complain if they are held back because the recovery takes takes longer

Come on mate all we ask for is a bit of transparency the whole the department has been a mess last 2 seasons. Miatake after mistake we never learn just look at the Graham incident over the weekend. This is we're standards have dropped from our premiership years we take short cuts. Before we herd the exuse because of covid spending had to be cut what's the issue now. The first person I'm looking at is Livingstone as Blair is more on the contracts and recruitment side.

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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #146 on: May 16, 2024, 11:06:25 PM »
It's not supposed to be explained - that's why it's #meehanmagic..... :shh
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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #147 on: May 17, 2024, 05:59:06 AM »


Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

Get your point

But...
 :shh :shh
The majority of Clubs use the same surgeons, specialists in sports injuries
 
I'll be honest I don't get what it is people want.

Folks complain if we rush players back and they re-injure but then also complain if they are held back because the recovery takes takes longer

Thanks for proving our point then. If they all use the same surgeons then it must be the fault of your main man magic Meehan.

 :shh

WP I think it's fair to say you are compromised in this discussion. How anyone can defend what has transpired this year is wild. Actually this dates back to his actual recruitment.



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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #148 on: May 17, 2024, 07:26:54 AM »


WP I think it's fair to say you are compromised in this discussion. How anyone can defend what has transpired this year is wild. Actually this dates back to his actual recruitment.

How am I compromised? Because I dont see an issue with a bloke after surgery being eased back into things when they healing process is taking longer than 1st thought. Seriously?

If you have surgery and your initially told the recovery period is x amount of weeks all going well and then you have a follow up scan and find things haven't healed to point it needs to be at to resume your job are you suggesting that you just ignore the medical advice and go back to work to more damage?

Is that what you are saying. Last time I checked that's not allowed to happen in the workplace so why should a footy club be any different. It is a workplace.

And what are you on about "his actual recruitment"? Sim and I were talking more about Jack Ross, not you fav Hopper.
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Re: Injury update 2024
« Reply #149 on: May 17, 2024, 12:35:32 PM »


Specialists and surgeons get things wrong and itís up
To the club to learn from their mistakes by using the same surgeons and specialists (if they are)

Get your point

But...
 :shh :shh
The majority of Clubs use the same surgeons, specialists in sports injuries
 
I'll be honest I don't get what it is people want.

Folks complain if we rush players back and they re-injure but then also complain if they are held back because the recovery takes takes longer

Thanks for proving our point then. If they all use the same surgeons then it must be the fault of your main man magic Meehan.

 :shh

WP I think it's fair to say you are compromised in this discussion. How anyone can defend what has transpired this year is wild. Actually this dates back to his actual recruitment.

Might stop getting invited to the cocktail nights..... :shh
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