Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by leon » 31 Mar 2019 00:22

Rinomhota being back means we have an excellent chance of staying up.

I think he really is that good.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Sutekh » 04 Apr 2019 14:17

McShane has an achilles injury now so is due a scan

East has had an op. on his knee

Baldock is due to play for the U23s on Friday

Bod is still not back in training

Barrow has a reasonable chance of playing v Hull

Swift has not trained so far this week but is not ruled out of the trip to Hull - late fitness test there then.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by LWJ » 06 Apr 2019 17:08

Swift potentially out for the season. Fractured hip.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Sutekh » 06 Apr 2019 17:16

LWJ Swift potentially out for the season. Fractured hip.


Great! Just what have Reading been doing to upset the injury fairy over the last couple of seasons :evil:

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Hound » 08 Apr 2019 20:44

Where was this fractured hip stuff? JLow reckons he might be back for Brentford?

Anyway, Bod sounds like he is back fit (for now) and Baldock played an hour in the U23s. So hopefully have a number of options for the last month

Fact none of them have played for ages is less good of course


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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by URZZZZ » 09 Apr 2019 00:43

Think the Swift stuff was a load of nonsense, haven't found that anywhere

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by LWJ » 09 Apr 2019 16:50

It came directly from Swift on Saturday

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Snowflake Royal » 09 Apr 2019 17:33

His information is about as reliable as his set pieces it seems.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Singing Defective » 09 Apr 2019 17:33

LWJ It came directly from Swift on Saturday


Well, I am absolutely certain one would be aware of a fractured hip or even vertebrae from the pain & subsequently the analgesic drip attached to one’s arm. Odd.


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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by LWJ » 10 Apr 2019 09:01

It was described as not a major break, but potential to be out for the season. They will find out Monday. (this week).

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by windermereROYAL » 12 Apr 2019 22:14

Nice to see Saeid Ezatolahi back in the action tonight for the U23s , but hard to see him getting in the side with the 5 loan players in the squad already, but it`s nice to have another option.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by URZZZZ » 12 Apr 2019 22:35

If Swifty comes back, I'd rather see Eza on the bench than Ejaria. But obviously he won't get ahead of Oli, Martinez, Miazga or Baker

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Mid Sussex Royal » 13 Apr 2019 11:18

windermereROYAL Nice to see Saeid Ezatolahi back in the action tonight for the U23s , but hard to see him getting in the side with the 5 loan players in the squad already, but it`s nice to have another option.


Agree - good option to have for the last few games, particularly if we need to grind out a draw at the end.

Nice twitter post from him after last night's U23 game, seems he really likes the club....be good if we could tie another season long loan.


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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by NewCorkSeth » 13 Apr 2019 12:24

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windermereROYAL Nice to see Saeid Ezatolahi back in the action tonight for the U23s , but hard to see him getting in the side with the 5 loan players in the squad already, but it`s nice to have another option.


Agree - good option to have for the last few games, particularly if we need to grind out a draw at the end.

Nice twitter post from him after last night's U23 game, seems he really likes the club....be good if we could tie another season long loan.

His contract with his parent club is up this summer. Could be a quality free transfer if we can convince him.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Hound » 13 Apr 2019 13:03

Yes, definitely fits the bill for what we are looking for imo. Would love him to stay

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Snowflake Royal » 13 Apr 2019 13:10

Hope we can see him get at least a couple of cameos in the last few games.

Ezatolahi, Rinomhota and Baker next season would give us the most solid midfield base to build from since Leigertwood, Karacan and Tabb won the League, if not better.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by NewCorkSeth » 13 Apr 2019 13:35

Anyone else get the uneasy feeling Ezatolahi will be exactly like Carrico? Far too good for us, injured almost his entire time here and go on to win 3 Europa leagues?

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Hound » 13 Apr 2019 13:39

Snowflake Royal Hope we can see him get at least a couple of cameos in the last few games.

Ezatolahi, Rinomhota and Baker next season would give us the most solid midfield base to build from since Leigertwood, Karacan and Tabb won the League, if not better.


I’d be well up for that midfield tbh. If Swift hangs around that’d give him a good base to do what he does best as well

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by NewCorkSeth » 13 Apr 2019 14:01

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Snowflake Royal Hope we can see him get at least a couple of cameos in the last few games.

Ezatolahi, Rinomhota and Baker next season would give us the most solid midfield base to build from since Leigertwood, Karacan and Tabb won the League, if not better.


I’d be well up for that midfield tbh. If Swift hangs around that’d give him a good base to do what he does best as well

Honestly if we start next season with Ezatolahi, Rinomhota, Baker and Swift my erection wont go down for months.

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Re: Injury & Suspension Watch : 2018/2019

by Snowflake Royal » 13 Apr 2019 14:16

Same for me if we start with the first three having sold Swift for £7m

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