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View kevlee's Profile kevlee Flag born Wandsworth emigrated to Lanc... 05 Feb 24 10.19pm Send a Private Message to kevlee Add kevlee as a friend

So maybe we have seen the last of Michael Olise is a Palace shirt.
What a way to bow out. He probably cant wait to get fit and sign for a new club, if he passes the medical.

 


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View Houston Eagle's Profile Houston Eagle Flag Houston 05 Feb 24 10.22pm Send a Private Message to Houston Eagle Add Houston Eagle as a friend

Just read an article on substitution and certainly believe the managers stance has somewhat contributed to the hamstring mess! We have made the 4th least changes this season and rank last on the average time for first substitution to take place and are only team to have not made a tactical half time change!

I can feel the disharmony all the way here in Texas!

 

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View dreamwaverider's Profile dreamwaverider Online Flag London 05 Feb 24 10.48pm Send a Private Message to dreamwaverider Add dreamwaverider as a friend

It's not just us. 40% of Premier injuries are now HSI's.
Growing problem in top level soccer.

 

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View dreamwaverider's Profile dreamwaverider Online Flag London 05 Feb 24 10.50pm Send a Private Message to dreamwaverider Add dreamwaverider as a friend

Originally posted by Houston Eagle

Just read an article on substitution and certainly believe the managers stance has somewhat contributed to the hamstring mess! We have made the 4th least changes this season and rank last on the average time for first substitution to take place and are only team to have not made a tactical half time change!

I can feel the disharmony all the way here in Texas!

Considering fatigue plays a large part to injury cause, you could well have a point.

 

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Originally posted by Houston Eagle

Just read an article on substitution and certainly believe the managers stance has somewhat contributed to the hamstring mess! We have made the 4th least changes this season and rank last on the average time for first substitution to take place and are only team to have not made a tactical half time change!

I can feel the disharmony all the way here in Texas!

We have had a half-time tactical change now with Olise on the weekend, and that went well didn't it!

As for hamstrings, they're notoriously bad for reoccurring and having a very thin bench to choose from during games means that our on-field team are a lot more fatigued than other clubs.
I wonder if the VAR stoppages are more of a problem rather than the added time they, (partly), create. Maybe teams need to go into a "keep warm" routine if there is a VAR check.

 

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View Teddy Eagle's Profile Teddy Eagle Flag 05 Feb 24 11.19pm Send a Private Message to Teddy Eagle Add Teddy Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Bangerparr

We have had a half-time tactical change now with Olise on the weekend, and that went well didn't it!

As for hamstrings, they're notoriously bad for reoccurring and having a very thin bench to choose from during games means that our on-field team are a lot more fatigued than other clubs.
I wonder if the VAR stoppages are more of a problem rather than the added time they, (partly), create. Maybe teams need to go into a "keep warm" routine if there is a VAR check.

Or find out how NFL players cope when the game goes on for ages and they go on and off the pitch several times, often in freezing conditions.

 

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our situation is compounded by having such a shallow bench - just a reality of our financial structure. Nevertheless I thought this was an interesting observation:

"It cost Brighton only 77 million to assemble the starting XI that humbled Crystal Palace 4-1 on Saturday. Tony Bloom, the Brighton owner, and Paul Barber, the chief executive, are simply so much smarter and more experienced than ..... "(was a reference to Chelsea), but still, how much money have we spent in the summer and January and what has been the impact on results?

 

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View Hutchyeagle's Profile Hutchyeagle Flag Hove 06 Feb 24 5.40am Send a Private Message to Hutchyeagle Add Hutchyeagle as a friend

Ebiowei is fit ..oh wait hes not here !
I actually think a more progressive manager would have got the best out of him
He is a box of tricks, if given a run and belief could be a star

 

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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

Or find out how NFL players cope when the game goes on for ages and they go on and off the pitch several times, often in freezing conditions.

Those guys are warmer than toast with the kit they wear . With our players and players in general I just think the fitness levels that they are pushed to are not beneficial to playing football twice a week . The modern game is all about sprints and speed and maybe footballers have reached or even passed the limit of their fine tuning .
What they need is some muddy pitches a fry up and a few beers

 


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View Dubai Eagle's Profile Dubai Eagle Flag 06 Feb 24 6.53am Send a Private Message to Dubai Eagle Add Dubai Eagle as a friend

Thats a really sound suggestion -
I remember Sir Clive Woodward ( whether you like him or loath him) when in the England Rugby job used to make time watching other sports to see if there was anything to learn in the way that they did things that would in any small way help the England rugby team

Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

Or find out how NFL players cope when the game goes on for ages and they go on and off the pitch several times, often in freezing conditions.

 

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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 06 Feb 24 6.58am Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

Originally posted by Hutchyeagle

Ebiowei is fit ..oh wait hes not here !
I actually think a more progressive manager would have got the best out of him
He is a box of tricks, if given a run and belief could be a star

He's not there for a good reason.

He's not up to it.

 


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View The Dolphin's Profile The Dolphin Flag 06 Feb 24 6.59am Send a Private Message to The Dolphin Add The Dolphin as a friend

Originally posted by dreamwaverider

It's not just us. 40% of Premier injuries are now HSI's.
Growing problem in top level soccer.

Serious question - where is that stat. available?
If true then something somewhere is very wrong with the game right now.

 

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