Who's on modified training?

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Re: Add D. Smith to modified training?

Post by BenDoolan » Tue May 14, 2019 10:44 pm

F111 wrote:
Tue May 14, 2019 9:52 pm
ESSENDON has suffered a fresh injury blow with doubt surrounding the availability of reigning best and fairest winner Devon Smith ahead of its round nine clash with Fremantle.

The hard-tackling forward is off to see a specialist this week after reporting new soreness in the knee that he has had to carefully manage over the past two years.

"During the Sydney game, Devon had three sharp episodes in his knee in a different spot to what he'd had over the last couple of years with his knee having a PCL deficiency, which means the PCL isn't present," club performance manager Justin Crow said on Tuesday.

"He's got a new lesion within the knee, so he will be off for a specialist opinion this week and we'll be able to update further once we've got more direction from the specialist."
:lol:

WTF is a “club performance manager”?

Just like every assistant is a “performance coach”.

High Performance Centre.

The only thing not performing, are the players.
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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by F111 » Tue May 21, 2019 5:54 pm

No modified or otherwise training for Smith :( Gorn 'til '20.

McKernan we’re expecting him to be available to play.

Brown is a test ... If he gets ... through training without issue, he’ll be available.

Gleeson. ... got the all clear...he’ll then be available to play.”

Jok has been ...training with the main group
Mynott, after his calf issue, is another test. He’ll train, we’re hopeful he’ll play.

Stewart ... groin issue ...he’s now building his running back up.

Fantasia ... is still most likely to return following the club’s upcoming bye.

Mutch ... approximate return five to six weeks away.

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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by F111 » Wed May 22, 2019 7:42 pm

ESSENDON is fearing the worst for Joe Daniher's season after the star forward suffered a suspected re-aggravation of his troublesome groin.

AFL.com.au understands Daniher will miss at least this week's Dreamtime at the 'G clash against Richmond as the club investigates his latest concern.

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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by BenDoolan » Wed May 22, 2019 7:50 pm

Not sure if there is currently any thought or consideration...but I think it is just about time the club seriously considers to...
SACK THE f****** FITNESS TEAM
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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by grassy1 » Thu May 23, 2019 12:39 am

You can’t sack an entire playing list,but if it’s not the Fitness Team to Blame,I just wonder if the players actually do the required stretching excercises,amongst other physical preparations PROPERLY?! :shock:

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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by BenDoolan » Thu May 23, 2019 5:18 am

grassy1 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 12:39 am
You can’t sack an entire playing list,but if it’s not the Fitness Team to Blame,I just wonder if the players actually do the required stretching excercises,amongst other physical preparations PROPERLY?! :shock:
The fitness team are responsible for preparing the players during the off season and during the season. Year after year we hit the season like sloths - getting done in practice matches and looking absolutely under done. This is bullshit.

Then there is this unbelievable factor where most of our players are getting injuries AT TRAINING. WTF is with that?

The same players getting the same injuries over and over. Chronic stuff. When is enough, enough?

It’s not like we are one of the fittest teams in the comp. the GPS data tells us that we are not working hard enough. But then they keep coming up with some BS that the GPS “wasn’t working” or some shit. Yeah, blame the equipment :roll:

For me, we are repeating the same crap over and over again...

1. Our pre-season is lacklustre and the performance in practice matches is bloody CRAP.

2. Certain players keep breaking down time and again

3. Most of these injuries occur AT TRAINING

4. We are just not fit enough to go with the best teams in the comp

5. We rarely make finals, and when we do, we limp in and we get pumped.

Sack ‘em.
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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by hop » Thu May 23, 2019 8:13 am

BenDoolan wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 5:18 am
grassy1 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 12:39 am
You can’t sack an entire playing list,but if it’s not the Fitness Team to Blame,I just wonder if the players actually do the required stretching excercises,amongst other physical preparations PROPERLY?! :shock:
The fitness team are responsible for preparing the players during the off season and during the season. Year after year we hit the season like sloths - getting done in practice matches and looking absolutely under done. This is bullshit.

Then there is this unbelievable factor where most of our players are getting injuries AT TRAINING. WTF is with that?

The same players getting the same injuries over and over. Chronic stuff. When is enough, enough?

It’s not like we are one of the fittest teams in the comp. the GPS data tells us that we are not working hard enough. But then they keep coming up with some BS that the GPS “wasn’t working” or some shit. Yeah, blame the equipment :roll:

For me, we are repeating the same crap over and over again...

1. Our pre-season is lacklustre and the performance in practice matches is bloody CRAP.

2. Certain players keep breaking down time and again

3. Most of these injuries occur AT TRAINING

4. We are just not fit enough to go with the best teams in the comp

5. We rarely make finals, and when we do, we limp in and we get pumped.

Sack ‘em.
This.

The term 'High Performance' should never be used at EFC until we actually do something that warrants anyone in the business looking at our laughable set-up and saying - "Gee - we should do what Essendon do".

It's been nearly 20 years of this crap!
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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by grassy1 » Thu May 23, 2019 8:57 am

BenDoolan wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 5:18 am
grassy1 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 12:39 am
You can’t sack an entire playing list,but if it’s not the Fitness Team to Blame,I just wonder if the players actually do the required stretching excercises,amongst other physical preparations PROPERLY?! :shock:
The fitness team are responsible for preparing the players during the off season and during the season. Year after year we hit the season like sloths - getting done in practice matches and looking absolutely under done. This is bullshit.

Then there is this unbelievable factor where most of our players are getting injuries AT TRAINING. WTF is with that?

The same players getting the same injuries over and over. Chronic stuff. When is enough, enough?

It’s not like we are one of the fittest teams in the comp. the GPS data tells us that we are not working hard enough. But then they keep coming up with some BS that the GPS “wasn’t working” or some shit. Yeah, blame the equipment :roll:

For me, we are repeating the same crap over and over again...

1. Our pre-season is lacklustre and the performance in practice matches is bloody CRAP.

2. Certain players keep breaking down time and again

3. Most of these injuries occur AT TRAINING

4. We are just not fit enough to go with the best teams in the comp

5. We rarely make finals, and when we do, we limp in and we get pumped.

Sack ‘em.
Ok mate,you’d know more about the inner workings of The Club than I do.I still wonder if the players still contribute to their own Injuries with Poor preparation,but having said what you’ve said,I wonder if what you’ve said,is better said aloud on Radio.

That might at least Flush out a more concise Response from The Fitness honchos and The Club!Might!

If you get hold of them On Air,That might be better?!

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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by hop » Thu May 23, 2019 11:18 am

Joe out for the year - under the knife in an attempt to sort out his groin issues. :(
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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by Ronny Rotten » Thu May 23, 2019 2:00 pm

hop wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 8:13 am
BenDoolan wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 5:18 am
grassy1 wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 12:39 am
You can’t sack an entire playing list,but if it’s not the Fitness Team to Blame,I just wonder if the players actually do the required stretching excercises,amongst other physical preparations PROPERLY?! :shock:
The fitness team are responsible for preparing the players during the off season and during the season. Year after year we hit the season like sloths - getting done in practice matches and looking absolutely under done. This is bullshit.

Then there is this unbelievable factor where most of our players are getting injuries AT TRAINING. WTF is with that?

The same players getting the same injuries over and over. Chronic stuff. When is enough, enough?

It’s not like we are one of the fittest teams in the comp. the GPS data tells us that we are not working hard enough. But then they keep coming up with some BS that the GPS “wasn’t working” or some shit. Yeah, blame the equipment :roll:

For me, we are repeating the same crap over and over again...

1. Our pre-season is lacklustre and the performance in practice matches is bloody CRAP.

2. Certain players keep breaking down time and again

3. Most of these injuries occur AT TRAINING

4. We are just not fit enough to go with the best teams in the comp

5. We rarely make finals, and when we do, we limp in and we get pumped.

Sack ‘em.
This.

The term 'High Performance' should never be used at EFC until we actually do something that warrants anyone in the business looking at our laughable set-up and saying - "Gee - we should do what Essendon do".

It's been nearly 20 years of this crap!
This
Never use the words "High Performance" with this 2nd rate medical group or coaching team for that matter.

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Re: Who's on modified training?

Post by Windy_Hill » Thu May 23, 2019 4:42 pm

We really are the Rinse and Repeat club....but for some reason the shit stains never come out.

When Justin Crow was called into Xavier’s office and told we have a problem with soft muscles he probably thought the popular seafood dish was being taken off the menu at the club cafe.

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