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moosey_club
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As Cook limped off on Saturday has anyone heard anything about his injury ?  Looked like his hamstring.


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Hamstring pull. Not usually quick.


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Impact injuries are an occupational hazard but hamstring pulls/strains should be avoided in this day and age with an S&C coach in situ.
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Should probably mean that we see Vernam more down the middle which may be worth a try as he hasn't looked effective playing from wide areas. I'd imagine Thomas will then be the most advanced striker, even if it isn't really his game.

As Hooper is no use playing through the middle as the main striker, how long until Cardwell is back to offer a meatier option?
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Hamstring pull. Not usually quick.


Is it hamstring? MJ said after the game it was his thigh and shouldn’t be too bad.
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Was definitely a hammy. Overstretched for a high ball in the area and tried running it off for maybe 30 seconds before he went down the first time.
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Impact injuries are an occupational hazard but hamstring pulls/strains should be avoided in this day and age with an S&C coach in situ.


You're not serious?

There's not a strength & conditioning coach on the planet, or anything for that matter that can eradicate hamstring strains or pulls from happening. It's a physiological response to over-stretching, lunging for the ball etc that unless you limit the players ability to do that, will always be a risk of occurring, regardless of match preparation.


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Pulled hamstring  =  3 weeks


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Unless I'm missing them, the updates surrounding injuries are virtually non-existent at the minute.

All I can recall seeing about Cardwell is that he overdid it in the gym before returning for pre-season and about a month ago he was at St George's Park to aid his recovery.  Since then, nothing.  
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You're not serious?

There's not a strength & conditioning coach on the planet, or anything for that matter that can eradicate hamstring strains or pulls from happening. It's a physiological response to over-stretching, lunging for the ball etc that unless you limit the players ability to do that, will always be a risk of occurring, regardless of match preparation.


I am very serious, not saying they cannot happen but we seem to be getting a hell of a lot of niggles,pulls etc and one of the primary roles of the S&C coach is preventing these types of injuries
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