- Aug 25, 2010
Not as bad as I thought it would be I was thinking he'd be out until around xmas.
It's become one of them cliché sayings and it's soo cheesy. I don't really know what else they can say but footballers need to think for themselves. Not you though Chadli you're great
I think if young fit men, who don't sink 5 pints a night, have to get up in the night for a wee then they've got other problems to worry about as well.Depending on the root cause. Stretches, anti-inflammatories and the correct prescription of orthotics (which I'd have assumed every player would have thesedays) will help enormously.
I know of some players that have been told they can't walk to the toilet to take a piss in the middle of the night without wearing their orthotics.
Plantar fasciitis is a very treatable condition and treatment/pain resolution can be swift if correct.
not sure if mentioned in here yet but I'm sure Mason put up a picture on Instagram or something at the weekend in training gear talking about a training session he was just about to undertake so hopefully not too long for him
I like the idea of Onomah getting a chance in the Europa.Not bothered about the Chadli injury tbqh. Wanted him out of the team anyway.
A shame for him personally but this might give Onomah a chance in the 3 in the Europa.
I actually think it was Mason against Chelsea on january 1st. Which says something.At least none of them are muscle injuries. You can't really ever prepare for the injuries we're picking up. A few years ago we were picking up muscle injuries all the time. I can't remember the last one we had now.