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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Keith L wrote:
YoofPlayer wrote:
Tony Panties wrote:
didn't appear second half and may have a shoulder injury ...


Minor dislocation I heard.


How the feck can you have a minor dislocation? Lets hope,hes fit in time for RWC, nothing else matters this year!


if have not damaged any other moving parts like tendons etc, and it is put back "in" easily and does not require surgery

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Langland Exile wrote:
Keith L wrote:
YoofPlayer wrote:
Tony Panties wrote:
didn't appear second half and may have a shoulder injury ...


Minor dislocation I heard.


How the feck can you have a minor dislocation? Lets hope,hes fit in time for RWC, nothing else matters this year!


if have not damaged any other moving parts like tendons etc, and it is put back "in" easily and does not require surgery


I think the way he rubbed and moved the shoulder after he got up, looks more like a 'stinger' to me. That can be bloody painful in itself though!!

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Another chance to have a look at Francis against Glaws in the semi of the RCC light tonight

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Another chance to have a look at Francis against Glaws in the semi of the RCC light tonight


Looked to be getting a bit of a tuning early on but came back quite well before going after after the hour?
Already better than Jarvis IMO, and for me is no brainer to join the RWC squad.

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
he had Corbisero on toast last week, he was humped for the best part this week.

Everybody gets beat so even though we can see him do it I think he still needs time but we need to cap as soon as possible to tie him in.

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Agree Fids. We need to get him capped and have another option. I'm still hopeful Lee will make the World Cup.


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He is out of condition but apparently getting more fit

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Francis used to weigh almost 150 kilo and getting close to 125 kg now. So he is definitely going the right way. A call-up to the national squad will hopefully be a spur for him to keep getting into shape. He probably needs to lose another 5 kg to be of use around the park.


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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Langland Exile wrote:
Keith L wrote:
YoofPlayer wrote:
Tony Panties wrote:
didn't appear second half and may have a shoulder injury ...
Minor dislocation I heard.
How the feck can you have a minor dislocation? Lets hope,hes fit in time for RWC, nothing else matters this year!
if have not damaged any other moving parts like tendons etc, and it is put back "in" easily and does not require surgery
Having dislocated my shoulder six times I can honestly say none of them felt minor.
Even the one time that it went back in "easily" took weeks to recover from.
Everything gets all stretched and twisted.
Takes a little while to recover from the psychological trauma of feeling like a limb has detached too :shock:


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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
welshy34 wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Keith L wrote:
YoofPlayer wrote:
Tony Panties wrote:
didn't appear second half and may have a shoulder injury ...
Minor dislocation I heard.
How the feck can you have a minor dislocation? Lets hope,hes fit in time for RWC, nothing else matters this year!
if have not damaged any other moving parts like tendons etc, and it is put back "in" easily and does not require surgery
Having dislocated my shoulder six times I can honestly say none of them felt minor.
Even the one time that it went back in "easily" took weeks to recover from.
Everything gets all stretched and twisted.
Takes a little while to recover from the psychological trauma of feeling like a limb has detached too :shock:




*fupping* baby :D

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Blindside wrote:
welshy34 wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Keith L wrote:
YoofPlayer wrote:
Tony Panties wrote:
didn't appear second half and may have a shoulder injury ...
Minor dislocation I heard.
How the feck can you have a minor dislocation? Lets hope,hes fit in time for RWC, nothing else matters this year!
if have not damaged any other moving parts like tendons etc, and it is put back "in" easily and does not require surgery
Having dislocated my shoulder six times I can honestly say none of them felt minor.
Even the one time that it went back in "easily" took weeks to recover from.
Everything gets all stretched and twisted.
Takes a little while to recover from the psychological trauma of feeling like a limb has detached too :shock:




*fupping* baby :D


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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Blindside wrote:
welshy34 wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Keith L wrote:
YoofPlayer wrote:
Tony Panties wrote:
didn't appear second half and may have a shoulder injury ...
Minor dislocation I heard.
How the feck can you have a minor dislocation? Lets hope,hes fit in time for RWC, nothing else matters this year!
if have not damaged any other moving parts like tendons etc, and it is put back "in" easily and does not require surgery
Having dislocated my shoulder six times I can honestly say none of them felt minor.
Even the one time that it went back in "easily" took weeks to recover from.
Everything gets all stretched and twisted.
Takes a little while to recover from the psychological trauma of feeling like a limb has detached too :shock:

*fupping* baby :D
Indeed :D


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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
Charteris starts, Roberts and Phillips bench for Sundays Paris play off derby.

Cross fingers, no more injuries.

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
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Charteris starts, Roberts and Phillips bench for Sundays Paris play off derby.

Cross fingers, no more injuries.



With Davies out and Lee iffy, we can't afford too many more before a ball has been touched..

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Post Re: Keeping eyes on Wales players in England and France
I see James Hook has lost the 10 shirt at Gloucester and is now a 12.

He must be used to that happening by now.


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