Injury watch 2022/23

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by The Royal Forester » 20 Nov 2022 16:33

morganb What is wrong with Tom Ince's wrist?

Sure he's had that strapping on since he first joined us

I have noticed other players, not only Reading's, who wear a bandage on their wrist. Could it be that it is used for wiping sweat (if they generate any!) from their face, neck etc.? That is the only non-injury reason I can think of.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Snowflake Royal » 20 Nov 2022 16:49

May be as simple as having previously sprained or broken it, leaving it weaker and prone to recurrence, so strap it up to make sure its protected.

McIntyre has similar doesn’t he?

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Wycombe Royal » 21 Nov 2022 13:29

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morganb What is wrong with Tom Ince's wrist?

Sure he's had that strapping on since he first joined us

I have noticed other players, not only Reading's, who wear a bandage on their wrist. Could it be that it is used for wiping sweat (if they generate any!) from their face, neck etc.? That is the only non-injury reason I can think of.

Paul Ince said eczema in Tom's case.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Mid Sussex Royal » 26 Nov 2022 15:18

Latest injury news from Tenerife:

Lumley, MacIntyre & Hutch back for Coventry

Sarr - "touch and go" for Cov

Moore - 3-4 weeks (from now I assume) so hopefully Christmas games

Dann - doing some running

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Franchise FC » 26 Nov 2022 18:13

Mid Sussex Royal Latest injury news from Tenerife:

Lumley, MacIntyre & Hutch back for Coventry

Sarr - "touch and go" for Cov

Moore - 3-4 weeks (from now I assume) so hopefully Christmas games

Dann - doing some running


That’ll be a novelty


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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Snowflake Royal » 27 Nov 2022 12:04

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Mid Sussex Royal Latest injury news from Tenerife:

Lumley, MacIntyre & Hutch back for Coventry

Sarr - "touch and go" for Cov

Moore - 3-4 weeks (from now I assume) so hopefully Christmas games

Dann - doing some running


That’ll be a novelty

I'd be surprised, he never ran when he played

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by YorkshireRoyal99 » 28 Nov 2022 10:17

Mid Sussex Royal Latest injury news from Tenerife:

Lumley, MacIntyre & Hutch back for Coventry

Sarr - "touch and go" for Cov

Moore - 3-4 weeks (from now I assume) so hopefully Christmas games

Dann - doing some running


Good news on the first 3, probably not worth risking Sarr if he isn't ready. A place on the bench at best I'd say but wouldn't be throwing him in, a lot of games coming up after the WC and rotation will be necessary I'm sure.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Hendo » 28 Nov 2022 10:23

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Mid Sussex Royal Latest injury news from Tenerife:

Lumley, MacIntyre & Hutch back for Coventry

Sarr - "touch and go" for Cov

Moore - 3-4 weeks (from now I assume) so hopefully Christmas games

Dann - doing some running


Good news on the first 3, probably not worth risking Sarr if he isn't ready. A place on the bench at best I'd say but wouldn't be throwing him in, a lot of games coming up after the WC and rotation will be necessary I'm sure.


For sure, would probably be looking for Sarr to have 45mins with the U21s maybe and then ease him in gradually.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Sutekh » 05 Dec 2022 09:47

Current latest :

Name - Injury - Current expected return

  1. DANN, Scott - Calf - January 2023
  2. HUTCHINSON, Sam - Leg - Coventry (h)
  3. LUMLEY, Joe - Foot - Coventry (h)
  4. MCINTYRE, Tom - Calf - Coventry (h)
  5. MOORE, Liam - Knees - January 2023
  6. SARR, Naby - Groin - Birmingham (a)
  7. TETEK, Dejan - Hamstring - Coventry (h)

Yes, you guessed it, unsurprising though it is given Reading’s injury record, Liam Moore has suffered an injury setback…


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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Stranded » 05 Dec 2022 10:01

Sutekh Current latest :

Name - Injury - Current expected return

  1. DANN, Scott - Calf - January 2023
  2. HUTCHINSON, Sam - Leg - Coventry (h)
  3. LUMLEY, Joe - Foot - Coventry (h)
  4. MCINTYRE, Tom - Calf - Coventry (h)
  5. MOORE, Liam - Knees - January 2023
  6. SARR, Naby - Groin - Birmingham (a)
  7. TETEK, Dejan - Hamstring - Coventry (h)

Yes, you guessed it, unsurprising though it is given Reading’s injury record, Liam Moore has suffered an injury setback…


Sadly/Happily depending on your view on him, after a long term injury like Moore has had setbacks are always likely. Often it happens that the bad initial injury doesn't end the career but the subsequent smaller injuries that just happen like clockwork end up stopping the player making a return.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Snowflake Royal » 05 Dec 2022 10:08

Well this is completely unexpected.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by YorkshireRoyal99 » 05 Dec 2022 10:20

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Sutekh Current latest :

Name - Injury - Current expected return

  1. DANN, Scott - Calf - January 2023
  2. HUTCHINSON, Sam - Leg - Coventry (h)
  3. LUMLEY, Joe - Foot - Coventry (h)
  4. MCINTYRE, Tom - Calf - Coventry (h)
  5. MOORE, Liam - Knees - January 2023
  6. SARR, Naby - Groin - Birmingham (a)
  7. TETEK, Dejan - Hamstring - Coventry (h)

Yes, you guessed it, unsurprising though it is given Reading’s injury record, Liam Moore has suffered an injury setback…


Sadly/Happily depending on your view on him, after a long term injury like Moore has had setbacks are always likely. Often it happens that the bad initial injury doesn't end the career but the subsequent smaller injuries that just happen like clockwork end up stopping the player making a return.


Yeah, he's not the first one to suffer a setback to a long-term injury, but obviously doesn't help our overall situation.

Tetek just feels like he's had a 18-month hamstring injury by this point.

The break has definitely been a benefit though, to only have 3 players out injured at this point, 2 of them being long-term, should stand us in good stead for the next few games hopefully.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by RoyalBlue » 06 Dec 2022 16:39

Less optimistic noises regarding injuries coming from Ince today.

https://www.readingchronicle.co.uk/news/23172646.reading-fc-boss-look-options-injury-crisis-continues/?ref=rss

He's now bemoaning the number of calf injuries and questioning the pitches. He also wonders whether he's pushing the players too much in training but says he can't ease off because the players are asking for more. Surely he should be guided by the sports scientists, doctors and physios, not the players?!


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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by YorkshireRoyal99 » 07 Dec 2022 08:41

RoyalBlue Less optimistic noises regarding injuries coming from Ince today.

https://www.readingchronicle.co.uk/news/23172646.reading-fc-boss-look-options-injury-crisis-continues/?ref=rss

He's now bemoaning the number of calf injuries and questioning the pitches. He also wonders whether he's pushing the players too much in training but says he can't ease off because the players are asking for more. Surely he should be guided by the sports scientists, doctors and physios, not the players?!


I think a lot of this comes down to how good, or as the case may be not so good, the medical department at the club is.

I can fully understand the players willing to do more in training of course as they'll want to push themselves and that's the attitude they should be promoting, but it will all come out in the wash eventually. We just need to keep players fit for as long as possible, easier said than done.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Zip » 07 Dec 2022 18:06

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Sutekh Current latest :

Name - Injury - Current expected return

  1. DANN, Scott - Calf - January 2023
  2. HUTCHINSON, Sam - Leg - Coventry (h)
  3. LUMLEY, Joe - Foot - Coventry (h)
  4. MCINTYRE, Tom - Calf - Coventry (h)
  5. MOORE, Liam - Knees - January 2023
  6. SARR, Naby - Groin - Birmingham (a)
  7. TETEK, Dejan - Hamstring - Coventry (h)

Yes, you guessed it, unsurprising though it is given Reading’s injury record, Liam Moore has suffered an injury setback…


Sadly/Happily depending on your view on him, after a long term injury like Moore has had setbacks are always likely. Often it happens that the bad initial injury doesn't end the career but the subsequent smaller injuries that just happen like clockwork end up stopping the player making a return.



We should all want Moore to be fit It will help to move him out on loan. Escapes me why anyone would be happy for him to be injured again.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Zip » 07 Dec 2022 18:07

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Sutekh Current latest :

Name - Injury - Current expected return

  1. DANN, Scott - Calf - January 2023
  2. HUTCHINSON, Sam - Leg - Coventry (h)
  3. LUMLEY, Joe - Foot - Coventry (h)
  4. MCINTYRE, Tom - Calf - Coventry (h)
  5. MOORE, Liam - Knees - January 2023
  6. SARR, Naby - Groin - Birmingham (a)
  7. TETEK, Dejan - Hamstring - Coventry (h)

Yes, you guessed it, unsurprising though it is given Reading’s injury record, Liam Moore has suffered an injury setback…


Sadly/Happily depending on your view on him, after a long term injury like Moore has had setbacks are always likely. Often it happens that the bad initial injury doesn't end the career but the subsequent smaller injuries that just happen like clockwork end up stopping the player making a return.



We should all want Moore to be fit It will help to move him out on loan. Escapes me why anyone would be happy for him to be injured again.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by Snowflake Royal » 07 Dec 2022 18:09

Highly doubt he'd go anywhere even if fit.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by morganb » 07 Dec 2022 23:30

Apparently, whilst dancing at the team Christmas party, Liam Moore has suffered even more injuries than first reported.

Along with the injury above he has also got:

- Suspected concussion.

- Agravated his old shoulder injury.

- Suffered a couple of fractured metatarsals.

So the list now reads:

MOORE, Liam - Head, Shoulders, Knees, Toes - January 2023


(Rumours that he also received two black eyes, a punctured eardrum, lost a tooth and suffered a nosebleed have been great exaggerated)

:lol:

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by YorkshireRoyal99 » 08 Dec 2022 08:46

Even if we don't move him on, we may as well use him as part of our squad for 6 months anyway, it's not like he isn't capable at this level, just not as good as he was a few seasons back.

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Re: Injury watch 2022/23

by windermereROYAL » 09 Dec 2022 11:49

Tom Mac 50/50 Hutch not available- why i don`t now, assuming still injured, Sarr still not ready. Moore another 4 weeks, Dann should be get a run out with the U23s next week. Azeez should be involved. Lumley fit.
So much for the WC break to get everybody fit again

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