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I really feel for the lad - brilliant player but physically he's obviously not up for it

 

How long can he keep going through all the ops, the special training etc etc and then getting a few games in before he's back at the docs?

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A thigh strain they think, having tests today. Wasn't it his thigh that was knackered for us?

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They said hamstring last night. Not the easiest thing to confuse.

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A thigh strain they think, having tests today. Wasn't it his thigh that was knackered for us?

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They said hamstring last night. Not the easiest thing to confuse.

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I'm a bit confused by the BBC's reporting of it. They say they're going to do tests on his thigh today but then admit he pulled up last night with a suspected hamstring strain.

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A thigh strain they think, having tests today. Wasn't it his thigh that was knackered for us?

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They said hamstring last night. Not the easiest thing to confuse.

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Looked like a hamstring as he was feeling the back of his leg. The commentator was just saying how well he'd been playing and how they'd kept a lot of clean sheets with him in the side of late when oops...

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There was an interview with him in the Saturday Times. He was MotM for Real in three consecutive matches, then they rested him, and were tonked 6-1 in the cup.

 

He is an outstanding talent with a positional understanding better to none. I think he is England's best central defender if only he could keep uninjured. Shame.

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They just said on SKY Sports news that Woodgates hamstring injury is not as bad as first feared, should be back in a couple of weeks.

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I really feel for the lad - brilliant player but physically  he's obviously not up for it

 

How long can he keep going through all the ops, the special training etc etc and then getting a few games in before he's back at the docs?

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George Bush is to blame, obviously.

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Glad it's not too serious like.

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He doesn't play for us any more you know. :P

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Really? ;)

 

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As a defender he's a genius, plain and simple and can transform any back 4 you put him in.

 

Sadly because of his injury record and fitness any club these days would be daft to spend more than say £5m-£6m at best and get him on a pay as you play deal.

 

If he stayed fit throughout his career he'd be remembered as one of the alltime great world defenders and its a real shame he probably won't.

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