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Luke Amos ACL tear !!!

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  • #31
    Feel for the lad but how’s the clubs luck , we give him a 3 year deal and he blows his knee within weeks .If this happens end of last season he returns to spurs and it’s not our problem.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by SheepRanger View Post

      I had a long standing issue with my left knee. It was fine playing on grass but only lasted 60 minutes on a 4G pitch. I assume professional grass pitches today contain a similar compound to those old 4G pitches?

      Playing two games a week as an amatuer is different to playing the same as a professional. Your performance levels have be high on all occasions. I heard an interview with an Campbell (Arsenal/Cardiff) who said that after the first few games of the season 90% of the squad are carrying some form of knock/minor injury that needs attention.
      I have a problem with my right Knee, messed it up bad xmas before last, whent down hard in the 100 Club, wasn't my fault was the JD and Stella and some Tequila but such a great night, Haggis Horns playing.

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      • #33
        Sorry for Amos, but this should give another players chance in that CAM role i.e Chair or will allow MW a chance to play a 4-4-2 with BOS and Adomah or Willock on the wings.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Jeffqpr View Post
          Just when he had his best game & then gets this, a right kick in the teeth
          I thought he played well too, others I have read, supposedly Rs fans were doing the usual he's crap and anonymous .... such experts

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          • #35
            Originally posted by stanistheman View Post
            Sorry for Amos, but this should give another players chance in that CAM role i.e Chair or will allow MW a chance to play a 4-4-2 with BOS and Adomah or Willock on the wings.
            Willock can play there, but I wonder if Chair needs to be given first crack
            I don't think playing him wide does him any favours

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Ronnie Rangers View Post

              I have a problem with my right Knee, messed it up bad xmas before last, whent down hard in the 100 Club, wasn't my fault was the JD and Stella and some Tequila but such a great night, Haggis Horns playing.
              You got any tips for him Ronnie?
              Apart from stay out of the club if you're in there!!

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              • #37
                if you look at coventrys 1st goal you will see amos strolling back when he should be busting a gut , what im getting at is he such a loss to the team ..i hope he recovers well and relises talent must go hand in hand with effort , heart and hard work . Injuries are down to luck i know footballers that have played in all 4 divs and anything can go at anytime . i always struggled with abductor muscle injuries and rest was the only thing that helped but id miss a month at a time

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                • #38
                  Gutted for Amos, looked great last game was looking forward to seeing if he had turned a corner.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by QPRDave View Post

                    You got any tips for him Ronnie?
                    Apart from stay out of the club if you're in there!!
                    Stay in your Chair and Hand Jive Dave, wet Dance Floors and Drunk old Men are not a match made in Heaven.

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