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han2503
As per request from diavolo_mtl, seeing as we have about a 100 injuries at any given time, an injury thread would be great so everyone can keep up-to-date with the current injury states of the various players on the treatment table.

Any news about injuries can be posted here so we don't have to go through all the indivdual player threads to see how they're moving along in their recovery

Hopefully we're not inviting on anymore injuries by opening such a thread. Hoping we'll keep the page count as low as possible
acid911
Han and the word Hope go hand in hand. biggrin.gif tongue.gif You probably are the record holder for using it in all match threads, and I bet around 5% of forum posts too have it once or twice. Either you're good, or plain good at it.
han2503
QUOTE (acid911 @ Feb 17 2012, 10:17 PM) *
Han and the word Hope go hand in hand. biggrin.gif tongue.gif You probably are the record holder for using it in all match threads, and I bet around 5% of forum posts too have it once or twice. Either you're good, or plain good at it.

Well I'm a hopeful person, what can I say? biggrin.gif
acid911
Well here's hoping against hope, you used other words to describe your hopeness. smile.gif Words like expect, wish, fingers crossed, aspire, desire, etc. Agree about your sentiments though, I want a full team on the pitch as soon as we can. Frankly, if Flamini can finally recover, I too, have hope that we'll minimize injuries till the end of the season.
TriniKing_CE
Read that Mexes was injured in training, and Seedorf could be out for possibly a month.
d'Arc.LP
Allegri: "Pato and Boateng have some minor muscular problems. Nothing serious. It's pointless to risk them getting injured vs. Cesena."
han2503
QUOTE (d'Arc.LP @ Feb 18 2012, 04:39 PM) *
Allegri: "Pato and Boateng have some minor muscular problems. Nothing serious. It's pointless to risk them getting injured vs. Cesena."

In other words, they were both rushed for the Arsenal game
X-Offender
QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 18 2012, 05:04 PM) *
In other words, they were both rushed for the Arsenal game


Boateng was necessary. Pato... Well, I'm not surprised. Even if he wasn't rushed, the guy would eventually get injured.
William405
Let's not forget how important was that champions leauge game...
il_diavolo_mtl
QUOTE (William405 @ Feb 18 2012, 12:05 PM) *
Let's not forget how important was that champions leauge game...

Agreed, i think sending Pato in over SES was more of a PR move
Zed.D
Isn't this KPB's 3rd or 4th injury in two seasons?
Bluesummers
again? cry.gif depressing sad.gif
il_diavolo_mtl
QUOTE
Milan have announced that Kevin-Prince Boateng picked up a thigh injury during the 4-0 win over Arsenal.

The Ghanaian made his comeback from a long lay-off in that Champions League game, scoring the opener with a sensational volley.

However, he limped off during the second half and it seems as if the injury is more serious than previously thought.

“A.C. Milan confirm that after the Arsenal game Kevin-Prince Boateng was diagnosed with a muscular problem in his left thigh,” read a statement.

“Over the next few days the prognosis will be established following more medical tests.”

Meanwhile, Alberto Aquilani and Mathieu Flamini resumed training with the full squad today.

Alessandro Nesta, Alexandre Pato, Boateng, Clarence Seedorf and Philippe Mexes miss tomorrow’s Serie A match with Cesena.
X-Offender
He CANNOT miss the Juve game!!!
han2503
Boateng is seemingly picking up as many muscular injuries as Pato. It's just getting to a point where it's completelt unacceptable.

If it was just Pato than we'd have to accept it as him being the problem. But with every new long term muscular injury, we simply cannot keep isolating it as something that just happens to Pato
d'Arc.LP
I saw Boateng leaving the pitch against Arsenal with my own eyes. Otherwise I'd blame Melissa. Hold your horses woman, Boateng has a derby to play on 25th.
han2503
QUOTE (d'Arc.LP @ Feb 18 2012, 11:43 PM) *
I saw Boateng leaving the pitch against Arsenal with my own eyes. Otherwise I'd blame Melissa. Hold your horses woman, Boateng has a derby to play on 25th.

He looked ok coming off the pitch to me...

I just don't get how all these injuries keep popping up out of nowhere. Nesta also, just declared fit, 3 days later he's injured again, I mean WTF??
X-Offender
It's a mystery. We have the largest number of injuries in Serie A. Something must be done about it. Yes Galliani, I'm talking to you.
acid911
QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 19 2012, 04:29 AM) *
Yes Galliani, I'm talking to you.

Yeah, but I am sure he is not listening. sad.gif We have a much better team than Juventus, and well, as good a coach as they do, yet we are still trailing them. When in a perfect world, we'd be 6-9 points ahead of them. As things stand we need six points in our next two matches to really give them a hard time.

Anything less, and really, it will be Even Stevens, when in reality it shouldn't be, considering our team. Injuries!!!
d'Arc.LP
It is well known that this synthetic pitch is more dangerous. I don't know what happened in the past, but I know that we will continue to have injured players. Mexes, Pato and Boateng injured since we got that pitch in Milanello.
han2503
QUOTE (d'Arc.LP @ Feb 19 2012, 10:44 AM) *
It is well known that this synthetic pitch is more dangerous. I don't know what happened in the past, but I know that we will continue to have injured players. Mexes, Pato and Boateng injured since we got that pitch in Milanello.

I never knew that they switched to syntethic at Milanello.

Still, I do believe that something is terribly wrong with the way they're treating these injuries
d'Arc.LP
A journalist from Gazzetta dello Sport was yesterday in Milanello and he said that Boateng trained with the team all the time and he didn't see anything wrong with him.

QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 19 2012, 11:31 AM) *
I never knew that they switched to syntethic at Milanello.

Still, I do believe that something is terribly wrong with the way they're treating these injuries


Yes they did .
han2503
QUOTE (d'Arc.LP @ Feb 19 2012, 11:56 AM) *
A journalist from Gazzetta dello Sport was yesterday in Milanello and he said that Boateng trained with the team all the time and he didn't see anything wrong with him.

Could it be that they're using it as an excuse not to risk him? So that is we don't win no one could accuse Allegri of not playing Boateng...
d'Arc.LP
QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 19 2012, 12:12 PM) *
Could it be that they're using it as an excuse not to risk him? So that is we don't win no one could accuse Allegri of not playing Boateng...


There's a chance it's tactical move from Allegri. Not to use Boateng against Cesena since that is not the most important game we'll be playing and in same time if we don't get three points, not to get judged for not including him in the team. So he'd have a full fit Boateng and Pato against Juventus.
But there's also a chance that he trained regularly with the team, but he got the pain after the training session. And if that's true, he could risk another 3-4 weeks.
d'Arc.LP
ROMA-REPORT: Substained a bruise in his right hand, Piscitelli will be the 3rd keeper.
X-Offender
Boateng could be out for another month.

Link

This isn't funny anymore. sad.gif
d'Arc.LP
QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 19 2012, 02:38 PM) *
Boateng could be out for another month.

Link

This isn't funny anymore. sad.gif


This was never funny cry.gif
han2503
So definately no Boateng for Juve.

But is the situation with the others still the same?

Pato, Nesta, Mexes, Aquilani and Flamini will be in the squad correct?
X-Offender
QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 19 2012, 05:39 PM) *
So definately no Boateng for Juve.

But is the situation with the others still the same?

Pato, Nesta, Mexes, Aquilani and Flamini will be in the squad correct?


The first three, yes. Don't know about Aquilani and Flamini.
han2503
QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 19 2012, 05:41 PM) *
The first three, yes. Don't know about Aquilani and Flamini.

Well hasn't Aqui been training with the team since before the Arsenal match?

I would think he'd be ready in another week
X-Offender
QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 19 2012, 05:50 PM) *
Well hasn't Aqui been training with the team since before the Arsenal match?

I would think he'd be ready in another week


I suppose so.
Fillipo Simone
Only recently realized this thread exists. Well, with the usual injury rhythm, this could be one of the top threads here.
Jack Bauer
Allegri: "Pato didn't play yesterday, because I didn't want to risk him getting injured after having just returned. He will be available against Juventus."

Mexes and Nesta are almost fit as well.

Ambro has minor sprain to his ankle but nothing serious and should be ready for Juve.

Tomorrow we'll know more about Boateng's injury.
X-Offender
QUOTE (Jack Bauer @ Feb 20 2012, 07:05 PM) *
Tomorrow we'll know more about Boateng's injury.


Fingers crossed! Imagine if Boateng recovers and Ibra's ban is lifted. Wooooo!!! yahoo.gif biggrin.gif
han2503
QUOTE (Jack Bauer @ Feb 20 2012, 07:05 PM) *
Allegri: "Pato didn't play yesterday, because I didn't want to risk him getting injured after having just returned. He will be available against Juventus."

Mexes and Nesta are almost fit as well.

Ambro has minor sprain to his ankle but nothing serious and should be ready for Juve.

Tomorrow we'll know more about Boateng's injury.

Some really good news

But not going to get my hopes up in regards to Boateng

QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 20 2012, 07:39 PM) *
Fingers crossed! Imagine if Boateng recovers and Ibra's ban is lifted. Wooooo!!! yahoo.gif biggrin.gif

laugh.gif laugh.gif

I'm sure the Juventini would cry foul if Ibra's ban is lifted
TriniKing_CE
QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 20 2012, 03:54 PM) *
I'm sure the Juventini would cry foul if Ibra's ban is lifted

As if they need an excuse to cry foul rolleyes.gif
han2503
QUOTE (TriniKing_CE @ Feb 20 2012, 09:21 PM) *
As if they need an excuse to cry foul rolleyes.gif

I still can't believe that the federation let them get off with the BS they put out. They should have fined their sorry @sses. And to make it worse, they get 2 very favourable decisions in their next match. It's just disgraceful!

Just what Serie A needs. More conspiracy theories about Juve
William405
When will we know?
William405
When will we know?
han2503
QUOTE (William405 @ Feb 21 2012, 09:37 AM) *
When will we know?

Thursday
d'Arc.LP
Boateng is currently receiving physiotherapy at Milanello now. He will undergo further medical examinations tomorrow.
d'Arc.LP
Good news from Milanello: Pato and Flamini joined the group !
X-Offender
According to Mediaset, Boateng's recovery is very difficult. He should be available from next week. Aquilani also is very far from being fit. Nesta will play against Juve as Mexes' knee still hurts him. Only Pato and Nesta thus are fully recovered and available to play against Juve.

We need Ibra!!! sad.gif
Jack Bauer
So frustrating that for this game, maybe the most important game of the season, we can't field our best team dry.gif
han2503
QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 21 2012, 07:17 PM) *
According to Mediaset, Boateng's recovery is very difficult. He should be available from next week. Aquilani also is very far from being fit. Nesta will play against Juve as Mexes' knee still hurts him. Only Pato and Nesta thus are fully recovered and available to play against Juve.

We need Ibra!!! sad.gif

I think we need Boateng more than Ibra for this particular game. Juve find it harder to deal with pacy players and movement, while with Ibra we tend to play a more static game when teams close us down. Which is what Juve will undoubtedly do.

At leat Nesta and Pato are back, imagine having to play with Bonera in the center
d'Arc.LP
Milanello: Mexes, Nesta, Pato and Ambrosini warmed up with the group.
Jack Bauer
Mauro Suma: "Boateng had double session of therapy yesterday & today. It's difficult to see him vs Juve. We'll know on Friday."
X-Offender
Too bad. And no Aquilani and Seedorf makes this even harder. sad.gif
CrazyMilanFan
QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 22 2012, 06:57 PM) *
Too bad. And no Aquilani and Seedorf makes this even harder. sad.gif

we wont have any creative player in midfield at all, i just that we simply lose player for same position.
d'Arc.LP
Suma: "I'm optimistic about Maxi Lopez injury & I think he'll be back for next match. Bonera (calf) & Nesta (knee) are in doubt. Boateng will be back against Arsenal or Lecce. Aquilani will return after that."
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