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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    Lots of good news in the injury list
    Except the Naughton news. I think he will struggle to come up.
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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by SquirrelGrip View Post
    If he trains well, does he come straight in? It seems training is a better gauge of form than playing for Footscray.
    Gee it would be great to have JJ back based upon his renewal as a speedy and clever player in forward half last year. Given his history with hammys and the inevitable cold weather in Ballarat would it be better to wait until week after? Is it true hamstrings are more susceptible to pinging in cold weather?

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    JJ did some impressive things in last years final series when he came into the team after the Bombers game. He kicked a goal in each game. He was tough, he kicked some goals with his pace than no one else could have kicked and was a solid contributor. Definiltey a step up from what our bottom few are offering at the moment.

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by josie View Post
    Gee it would be great to have JJ back based upon his renewal as a speedy and clever player in forward half last year. Given his history with hammys and the inevitable cold weather in Ballarat would it be better to wait until week after? Is it true hamstrings are more susceptible to pinging in cold weather?
    His injury is to a calf though?

    I’d bring him in.

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMahatma View Post
    His injury is to a calf though?

    I’d bring him in.
    Thx MM. Yes, I know but given his history and cold weather and long lay-off I thought it might be an increased level of risk.

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by josie View Post
    Thx MM. Yes, I know but given his history and cold weather and long lay-off I thought it might be an increased level of risk.
    I'm no medical expert but I'm pretty sure if you warm up sufficiently it will largely mitigate the risk of muscle injuries due to cold weather. Also the forecast for Ballarat on Saturday is 16 which isn't really too cold at all for footy.

    It sounds like they have been really quite conservative with JJ and slowly built him back up so if they deem him ready to go I think the risk is fairly minimal.

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    INJURY UPDATE l Round 10

    The latest injury news ahead of our trip to Ballarat.
    Injury List

    Jason Johannisen (Calf): test
    Aaron Naughton (Knee): test
    Tim O’Brien (Calf): test
    Stefan Martin (General soreness): test
    Tim English (Illness): 1-2 weeks
    Cody Weightman (Collarbone): 1-2 weeks
    Riley Garcia (Knee): 1-2 weeks
    Mitch Wallis (Foot): 1-2 weeks
    Josh Bruce (Knee): 4-5 weeks
    Toby McLean (Knee): 4-5 weeks
    Laitham Vandermeer (Hamstring); 6-7 weeks
    Mitch Hannan (Concussion): indefinite
    Lachie Hunter (Personal): indefinite
    Geez huge list and chocked block full of Guns! 8 or 9 of these guys are in our starting 22. Happy I be reminded we have done ok to sit one game out of the 8. I still rue a couple of those losses
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper Bulldogs View Post
    Geez huge list and chocked block full of Guns! 8 or 9 of these guys are in our starting 22. Happy I be reminded we have done ok to sit one game out of the 8. I still rue a couple of those losses
    Just shows our depth is not bad at all if we can replace these guys
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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    Just shows our depth is not bad at all if we can replace these guys
    Hmmm… well, also that our top end are very good and we can win matches just off them, even if the final 3-4 picked aren’t AFL standard and we’re missing some key players.

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    INJURY UPDATE l Round 11
    The latest injury news ahead of our trip to WA.

    The Western Bulldogs could welcome back a host of stars in time for their clash against West Coast at Optus Stadium on Saturday night.

    Over the past fortnight, several players have been affected by the flu, with duo Taylor Duryea and Tim English recovering well over the weekend.

    “Taylor and Tim were able to complete a game like training session on the weekend,” Head of Sports Medicine, Chris Bell said.

    “Both players are back to full energy and knocking down the door to be considered this week.”

    “If both get through training this week like I expect, both will return to availability.”

    “Jason Johannisen is a day or two behind (with a similar illness) but has turned the corner and is back into a full training model.”

    “We will determine JJ’s plan and if he pulls on the jumper over the coming days.”

    After breaking his collarbone against Port Adelaide three weeks ago, Cody Weightman is a chance to feature at some level this week.

    “Cody has progressed faster than expected following his collarbone fracture,” Bell said.

    “He has regained full function and strength of his shoulder and the surgeon is happy with his progress.”

    “He still needs to tick some boxes throughout this week and get through a solid main training session on Wednesday before we decide if he returns to availability this weekend.”

    In more positive news for the Bulldogs, the Club came through both AFL and VFL games without any serious injury concerns.

    Injury List

    Tim English (Illness): test
    Jason Johannisen (Calf): test
    Cody Weightman (Collarbone): test
    Taylor Duryea (Illness): test
    Mitch Wallis (Foot): test
    Riley Garcia (Knee): 1-2 weeks
    Stefan Martin (Shoulder): 1-2 weeks
    Josh Bruce (Knee): 4-5 weeks

    Toby McLean (Knee): 4-5 weeks
    Laitham Vandermeer (Hamstring); 5-6 weeks
    
Mitch Hannan (Concussion): indefinite

    Lachie Hunter (Personal): indefinite
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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Tim English (Illness): test
    Jason Johannisen (Calf): test
    Cody Weightman (Collarbone): test
    Taylor Duryea (Illness): test
    Mitch Wallis (Foot): test

    Good news and a dilemma for match committee.

    Hannan concussion must be pretty bad
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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Bruce still 4-5 weeks, when he was 4-5 weeks last week. I guess in some ways, that far out it doesn't really matter, but I like counting them down
    It'd be good to get him back not long after the bye as we hit a real tough patch of matches.

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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMahatma View Post
    Bruce still 4-5 weeks, when he was 4-5 weeks last week. I guess in some ways, that far out it doesn't really matter, but I like counting them down
    It'd be good to get him back not long after the bye as we hit a real tough patch of matches.
    I thought they were targeting the week after the bye for Bruce & McLean but it's stagnated with no updates
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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Has Martin missed more games than he's actually played for us?

    I questioned the trade at the time and it's getting worse. We didn't give up much, but I mean ... every other week he's sore, injured, has the flu or missing.
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    Re: Injury List - 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by The Bulldogs Bite View Post
    Has Martin missed more games than he's actually played for us?
    Easily:
    - 2021 9/26
    - 2022 3/10

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