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 Dublin Senior Footballers won team of the year at the RTE Sports Personality of the year awards. Dublin won their 5th All Ireland in a row and recently Dublin Manager Jim Gavin stepped down and replaced by Dessie Farrel who is also a former player for Dublin and managed Dublin teams at underage level.  He comes into the job with a wealth of experience. Hopefully, Stephen Cluxton will stay on.


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Liverpool FC is in the world Club  Final after beating Mexican side Monterrey. They now take on Brazillian outfit Flamengo in the final this weekend. Match report next week

Roscommon Gaels U20 Footballers are the Roscommon U20 Division 2 Championship County Final Defeating Eire Og/Michael Glaveys

On a score of 1-12 to 0-10


CREDIT Roscommon Herald Sport

Padraig Pearses Senior Footballers won the Sports Personality of the  Roscommon Herald/SupervaluMonth Award for November. Well done Lads and


Elphin Community College Girls Senior Volleyball team were crowned All Ireland Champions at the weekend



Elphin Community College Senior boys volleyball team won the All Ireland Shield. Well done lads


Elphin Community College

December 18 at 7:39 PM

Volleyball IrelandLike Page

December 10 at 6:13 PM ·

Congratulations to Elphin CC, Roscommon who won the Senior Boys A shield competition today in UL Sports Arena. Based of their Senior A league positions, teams from up and down the length of the country played both semi-finals and final. St Louis CS, Mayo, Dungarvan College, Waterford, and Davis College, Cork.

Both semis were extremely tight with Elphin overcoming Davis college 2-1 and Dungarvan this year’s runners up defeating St Louis by a similar scoreline. The Roscommon team emerged 2019 Shield winners though against a strong Dungarvan side taking the winning set 25-23. MVP Colin Burke (Elphin)

Creggs RFC have been doing really well in the last couple of seasons but they suffered their first defeat of the season as they went down to a very good Connemara RFC side https://connachttribune.ie/connemara-carry-too-much-class-for-roscommon-rivals/

Roscommon & District League Premier Division, First Division & Second Division in the Premiere Division Castlerea Celtic had a 3v0 win over title rivals Ballinasloe in Lecarrow. In Division 1, Ballaghadereen had a 5v1 win over Rahara Rovers

http://rdfl.pitchero.com/match-info/results  credit Roscommon & District League

 Scor is going well https://sites.google.com/site/roscommonscor/ Credit Roscommon County Board


Manor United had a great 4v2 win over Skyvally Rovers in Strokestown on Sunday afternoon.  Despite going 1v0 down early, the lads kept the head and kept pressing and they got their reward from a great Cross from top goalscorer Tom Ward who is the Teams Top Goalscorer, but also the Top Scorer in Division 2.  His brilliant cross was met by a great header to equalise.  But we pressed more and more and it paid off in the second half when we got a free-kick.  Dylan Carbon took the free-kick and I tell you this much, David Beckham would have been proud of it.  With us 3v1 up, Skyvalley B had to do something so they had to press high and play attacking football which leads to loads of chances for us and our efforts were rewarded when Skyvalley conceded a penalty which Tom Ward scored emphatically.  But the scoring wasn’t done yet as manor rounding off their scoring with a 4th and before the end, Skyvalley got a consolation goal.  That leaves Manor United 2nd in the league going into the Christmas break with 5 league games left in the season. Our first game in the new year is v Galway side Mervue B in the Connacht Shield at home.  I started back with Manor for the Skyvalley B game and it was great to be back.



December 15

Manor utd 4 Skyvally Rovers 2

Skyvally went 1 up after 10min after a mistake from our defence. In 30 min manor scored when Tom ward crossed from the left to Louis Galvin who brilliantly headed to the corner of the net. Dylan Carbin scored a brilliant 25yd free-kick to make it 2-1 in 60min, manor took over at this stage and tom ward scored a penalty in 65min to make 3-1. It was all one-way traffic at this stage with Skyvally keeper was the busy player on the field. Tom ward got the forth from a sola run from the right-hand side.in the last-minute manor, defender missed the place a back pass and put it in his own net. We have 22 points out of 11 games now which makes us 2nd in our league with 5 games left.

Squad, James Beatty, Bernie stokes, Patrick stokes, Dylan Carbin Mom), Michael Kelly, Kevin Concannon, Ciaran Casey, Patrick O’ Connor, Jamie Burke, Louis Galvin, Tom ward, Micheal ward, Paddy McCormick, Richard Farrell, Martin ward.  Also on 27th December in Early’s Pub in Ballinaheglish, the club will be holding its Awards Presentation night. Promises to be a good night.  Yours truly got an invite and I am looking forward to it.



Roscommon GAA County Board have announced a surplus of €1.2 million  https://www.offtheball.com/football/club-rossie-fundraising-helps-roscommon-report-surplus-e1-2m-937409 CREDIT Off The Ball



Athlone Town FC has appointed Adrian Carberry as the 1st team Manager.  Adrian was the Roscommon & District League Coaching & Education Officer then he got involved with Athlone Town on the coaching side of things at underage level.  Adrian is a man I know personally and is very helpful and has done great work in coaching around Roscommon and was involved in many great initiatives including at Ballaghadereen FC where he helped with an all Inclusive programme for Syrian refugees to help them integrate into the community in Ballaghadereen. They learned English and Adrian coached them. Some of them are now playing for the club.  I want to wish Adrian Carberry all the best in his new role



Arsenal FC has appointed Former Player Mikel Arteta as their new first-team coach.  Taking into account that he was only Assistant Manager at Manchester City, he has had no first-team managerial experience and to appoint him as 1st Team Manager of the sinking ship that is Arsenal who couldn’t by a win, is he a good choice.

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11888052/mikel-arteta-appointed-arsenal-head-coach Credit Sky Sports

Everton FC has appointed Carlo Ancellotti as the First Team Manager. At the moment you would have to say, between Arsenal and Everton, I would say Everton are by far the better team but you would think that too look at the table and looking at their form. Can Ancellotti turn the tide?  https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/50846235 CREDIT BBC Sport

Manor United FC Management Team of Padraig Cryan, George Kelly and Chris Ward masterminded yet another win to guide Manor United to yet another within the Roscommon & District Football League.  The team have been playing really well since the start of the season and with that win over Skyvalley Rovers B in mind, it means that we go into the Christmas Break in 2nd place with 5 League games remaining. Manor United had a great side up until 2012 when they had to fold due to lack of players.  However, last season they reformed with the Padraig Cryan, George Kelly and Chris ward as the management team. The 1st season back is always difficult but they hadn’t a bad season considering it was the first season. This season the players and management dug deep and got back on the training field for pre-season and preparations went well and this season so far turned in great performances. The squad was basically the same as last season including Tom Ward and Dylan Carbin but new players coming into the squad including goalkeeper James Beatty after the departure of last seasons’ goalkeeper Mark due to retirement.

New Ireland Rugby Head Coach Andy Farrell has picked his squad that took part in this weeks training camp which is the first Training Camp under Andy Farrell. He Called it a Stock Take. He has dropped some regulars from the squad for this one but he also drafted in some new uncapped players so as to get a closer look at them. This will prove a very useful exercise for him ahead of the 2020 6 Nations. A lot of eyes with be on the Ireland squad during the 6 Nations as this year under Joe Schmidt, considering the quality in the squad a lot of experts have said that they underachieved in both the 6 Nations and the world cup and considering that Andy Farrell was Joe Schmidts Assistant Head Coach, people will look forward to seeing if there were lessons learned from this season and now with Rory best having retired who was a great leader it will be very interesting.  That said regarding coaching, Andy Knows these players already which is good to a certain extent for both the players and Andy. How will Ireland get on in 2020? Let’s hope 2020 is a great year for the Ireland Rugby Team        


Manor Utd on Sunday I had my first game as a team sports therapist with Manor United at home to Skyvalley Rovers FC B. we had a good 4v2 win but unfortunately one of their players sustained a Hip Flexor injury.  For more information read the Blog on Hip flexor Injuries.    Tom Ward had a great game as he set up the equaliser before scoring from the penalty spot later in the game all during the game he made some great runs. Dylan Carbin had a man of the match display started at midfield before being switched to midfield he also scored an amazing free Kick to see the free go.

Liverpool FC 3rd choice Goalkeeper and Rep of Ireland U21 Goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher who has a Champions League medal from last season and already made 1 appearance in goal for Liverpool played in Liverpool’s Carabao Cup Quarterfinal V Aston Villa in Villa Park on Tuesday night where they Lost 5v0 but the academy side performed really well despite the scoreline.  Caoimhin had to get a flight to Doha to join the 1st team squad for their World Club Cup Semi-Final v Mexican side Monterrey which they beat to reach the final where they play Brazillian side Flamengo on Saturday in the final. Van Dijk missed the semi-final due to illness but trained with the club ahead of the final.

Ireland Rugby Team had their first training camp under the new manager this weekend minus the presence of Leinsters Rob Kearney and Connacht’s Jack Carty. That said there are several uncapped players who made the squad for the training camp






FAI They are in trouble and asked Shane Ross for a bailout. €50million in debt and lost their Main sponsor in 3 mobile how do they get out of this one? Considering we have a playoff semi-final in March and if we qualify for the Euros, we do not want to be going into either under this cloud.  Shane Ross has refused to give a bailout. But he has contacted UEFA for a meeting to see if there was a way of resolving the matter.  There was a suggestion of splitting to FAI into 2 parts, one part looks after the grassroots football in Ireland, the other looks after the elite players and teams. If it was implemented would it work?  WATCH THIS SPACE



On the Physio bench this week

  • Van Dijk Liverpool FC  Defender  (out due to illness from last Wednesdays World Club Cup Semi-Final)


  • Johnny Sexton Leinster & Ireland   Fly Half    (Long Term estimated to miss Irelands first 2 6 Nations games)



  • Nathan Aki (Thigh Injury estimated return date is 21st January 2020)


  • Kieran Tierney Arsenal     (Shoulder Injury estimated return 14th March 2020
  • Kieran Tierney Shoulder Injury Dec 14: “Dislocated shoulder at West Ham. Kieran will undergo surgery next week and will rehabilitate for around three months.”      14/03/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Dani Ceballos Thigh Injury        Dec 14: “Aiming to return to full training next week.”      26/12/2019         None                50%        TRACK
  • Hector Bellerin Thigh Injury        Dec 14: “Tight hamstring. Will miss Man City. Aiming to resume training next week.” 21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               50%        TRACK
  • Granit Xhaka Head/Face Injury             Dec 11: “Concussion. Will miss Standard Liege and Man City and will be managed as per concussion protocols.”            21/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Mesut Ozil Ankle/Foot Injury            Dec 20: “Right foot. Sustained during Manchester City. Being assessed ahead of Everton.”          21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test
  • Rob Holding Knee Injury         Dec 11: “Bruising to knee. Aiming to return to full training in next two weeks.”                21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               50%        TRACK
  • Sead Kolasinac Ankle/Foot Injury            Dec 20: “Ankle ligament injury. Aiming to return to full training in January.”             No Return Date None     Ruled Out



  • Keinan Davis Thigh Injury        Dec 06: “Keinan should be back within the next 10 days, to two weeks which should be great news for us.”     28/12/2019         None     25%        TRACK
  • Tyrone Mings Thigh Injury        Dec 13: “Thankfully, for us, it’s not in the belly of the hamstring. Hopefully, he’ll be pain-free after this weekend and then can keep progressing, but each individual’s different in terms of getting back.”    28/12/2019         None     25%        TRACK
  • Jed Steer Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Nov 22: “Jed has been ruled out for around three to four months with a partial tear in his Achilles.”



  • Jose Izquierdo Knee Injury         Dec 12: “Jose is now good. He is in the recovery phase. It has been an injury to the meniscus. We hope Jose can be competing again in Jan or Feb.”         01/02/2020         None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Solomon March Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury Groin Strain        01/01/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Aaron Connolly Thigh Injury Dead Leg              21/12/2019         None     100%



  • Johann Berg Gudmundsson Thigh Injury        Dec 19: “Fortunately, we’ve got an Under-23 game on Saturday. He’ll get more minutes in that, and hopefully 90 if that goes well.”         26/12/2019         None     75%                TRACK
  • Chris Wood Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Achilles Injury    21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%                TRACK
  • Ashley Westwood Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Tight Groin          21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               50%                TRACK
  • Kevin Long Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Dec 14: “Longy has made good progress as well so that gives us more depth.” 21/12/2019         None     100%



  • Olivier Giroud Ankle/Foot Injury            Ankle Sprain       22/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Fikayo Tomori Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Dec 09: “Tomori is out, he has a small, tiny strain around his hip area. It has bothered him for a little bit so we have taken him out for a couple of days.”              22/12/2019         None                100%     TRACK
  • Ruben Loftus-Cheek Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Dec 16: “It’s been a long journey, I’m just grinding it out; I’ve had a few setbacks, which is normal. I’m close now anyway. If everything goes well, I’d say just over a month.”                No Return Date None     Ruled Out



  • Patrick van Aanholt Thigh Injury        Dec 16: “We’re hoping because it was a muscle injury, he’s working at it and we hope that might not be so long.”            21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%        TRACK
  • Gary Cahill Knee Injury         Dec 16: “With Gary Cahill, he’s had a minor operation, so that will be a relatively long-term injury.”        No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Andros Townsend Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Dec 16: “…. with Andros Townsend a long-term injury.”  No Return Date        Currently Being Assessed             Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Joel Ward Knee Injury         Dec 12: “He’s progressing as he should, but the original prognosis (2-3 months) is that it was going to be a long one. He is going in the right direction.”  No Return Date None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Jeffrey Schlupp Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury Dec 16: “…. but with Jeffrey Schlupp it’s a long-term injury.”        No Return Date        None     Ruled Out


  • Theo Walcott Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Calf Strain            05/01/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Morgan Schneiderlin Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Calf Strain            28/12/2019         None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Gylfi Sigurdsson Other Dec 17: “We’re hopeful on Gylfi. We’ll wait and see. That’ll go right to the wire, I think.”  21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%        TRACK
  • Djibril Sidibe Other    Illness   21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%        TRACK
  • Fabian Delph Thigh Injury        Dec 17: “Delph is closer but I think the [Carabao Cup] game will come too soon for him.”   21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               50%        TRACK
  • Lucas Digne Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Dec 17: “Lucas got a strain on his groin area so how long it’s going to be, I’m not quite sure, but obviously he won’t be fit for Wednesday.”      No Return Date



  • Matthew James Calf/Shin/Heel Injury Dec 20: “He’s in training with the squad every day, so he’s making excellent progress. He’s not quite at the stage yet where we can think about games.”       No Return Date None                Ruled Out



  • Joel Matip Knee Injury         Dec 06: “We have to wait another two weeks I would think. But then he might need to rebuild [physically], which is not too cool, but it is nothing serious.”         02/01/2020         None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Georgino Wijnaldum Other    Dec 17: “Not as serious as we thought, so he’s here doing the first recovery. We will see day by day but for tomorrow night he’s not involved.”             21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test                50%        TRACK
  • Harvey Elliott Other    Knock    21/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Virgil van Dijk Other    Dec 18: “Yesterday, he had to leave [the training pitch] because he didn’t feel well. So, no training was possible, this morning no training. We will see, I don’t know how quick he can recover.”                21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%        TRACK
  • Dejan Lovren Thigh Injury        Dec 13: “He is out, muscle this time – more serious than last time. We don’t have a timeframe.”         No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Rhian Brewster Ankle/Foot Injury Dec 16: “He’s got a knock so he’s doubtful. We’re assessing him today, fingers crossed he makes it. We’ll see.”  No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Nathaniel Clyne Knee Injury Jul 24: “Clearly an injury of this nature isn’t a happy moment for any player, but the silver lining for him is that, according to the medical guys, it’s a straightforward ACL injury.”           No Return Date        None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Fabio Tavares Ankle/Foot Injury            Nov 29: “Time-frame wise, we are not sure 100 per cent, but it looks pretty sure he won’t be involved in the Christmas fixtures. We have to find solutions.”     No Return Date None                Ruled Out



  • Aymeric Laporte Knee Injury         Dec 01: “[My recovery] is going very well. I can’t say when exactly, but more or less one month-and-a-half to two months.”        01/02/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Leroy Sane Knee Injury         Dec 17: “It is the next step to go on to the pitch, then he will train with us and then full sessions.”          01/02/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • David Silva Other    Dec 17: “David is not ready for tomorrow but we will see after that. Thursday or Friday he could train for Leicester and then we will see.” 27/12/2019         None     50%        TRACK
  • Sergio Aguero Thigh Injury        Dec 17: “Yeah, Sergio is coming back and is part of the session. It’s the next step to be part of the training session with the team.”     21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               50%                TRACK
  • John Stones Thigh Injury        Dec 10: “John is injured for a few weeks.”             21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test       75%


  • Eric Bertrand Bailly Knee Injury         Jul 30: “He’s had an operation and he’ll miss the best part of four or five months, I would think. Hopefully, we’ll get him back around Christmas.”          01/01/2020         None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Timothy Fosu-Mensah Knee Injury         Dec 10: “Tim and Eric have been out for a long time. They’ve stepped up their recovery, not joined with the team but not far away.”            01/01/2020         None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Marcos Rojo Other    Dec 10: “We are getting them back and, say, in 2020 we will have a strong and fit squad, definitely. They are working hard to get back and they want to be part of this.”     28/12/2019         None                25%        TRACK
  • Paul Pogba Ankle/Foot Injury            Dec 20: “Paul is training. He’s back in with the team so we’ll see how long it takes for him to feel ready to be part of a game.” 28/12/2019         None     25%        TRACK
  • Diogo Dalot Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Dec 16: “Maybe Diogo after he’s had a week of training, but probably no one else.”     20/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75



  • Matt Ritchie Ankle/Foot Injury            Nov 28: “Undergone a second operation. He will continue his rehabilitation on Tyneside and is expected to return to action in January 2020.”   18/01/2020         None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Allan Saint-Maximin Thigh Injury        Dec 08: “We don’t know how serious it is. We hope it is not too serious. When he pulls up the way he did, that’s the thing you fear.”        11/01/2020         None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Jamaal Lascelles Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Nov 21: “But [instead] he has a crack on the outside of his leg and it could be a month to six weeks.”   26/12/2019         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Jonjo Shelvey Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Dec 17: “It was probably key to miss one game rather than 6/7. I should be back training by Thurs so that’ll give me a chance to play on Sat.”          21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test       75%        TRACK
  • Miguel Almiron Thigh Injury Dec 14: “We really don’t know [when they’ll be back]. We hope they’re not too serious. We hope they’re there or thereabouts by next weekend.”    21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test                75%        TRACK
  • Ki Sung-Yeung Other    Undisclosed       No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Karl Darlow Other    Undisclosed       No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Ciaran Clark Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Calf Strain            No Return Date Currently Being Assessed             Ruled Out


  • Timm Klose Knee Injury         Nov 14: “I’m feeling well at the moment. I’m within the timeline and have reached all the goals so far. Hopefully, I can play some games this season.”            02/05/2020         None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Ben Godfrey Knee Injury         Lateral Knee Ligament Sprain – LCL Injury              15/02/2020         None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Josip Drmic Thigh Injury        Nov 22: “He was injured in our last game. It’s a serious muscle fibre injury. Physios think he’ll be out for eight weeks.”          11/01/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Teemu Pukki Ankle/Foot Injury            Dec 20: “Thankfully, nothing broken. Teemu is available, so that’s good news. Just a painful bruise, the swelling has gone down.”           21/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Grant Hanley Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Dec 13: “We have some good news with Grant. He was back in team training on Wednesday. The game this weekend comes a bit too early but it’s good to have him back.”                21/12/2019         None     25%



  • Callum Robinson Other    Illness   21/12/2019         None     100%



  • Yan Valery Other    Dec 19: “Yan is out for longer. I said it last week that he will not play again this year. Maybe next year he is coming back.”       04/01/2020         None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Moussa Djenepo Thigh Injury        Dec 19: “Moussa is out for the weekend. He has problems with his hamstring and he could not train. Maybe next week he starts again but we don’t take the risk. It’s important he gets 100 per cent.”    26/12/2019         Currently Being Assessed             25%        TRACK
  • Sofiane Boufal Ankle/Foot Injury            Dec 19: “Boufal has still some issues with his movements without injections still not able to train with us. But it’s getting better and better. Maybe he’s in the squad at the weekend.”          21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               50%        TRACK
  • Kevin Danso Other    Dec 19: “We have some ill players. Kevin Danso was two days out with a fever.”                21/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%


  • Hugo Lloris Arm/Elbow Injury            Nov 14: “Everything’s well. There can always be hazards, but my goal is to be ready for January. Whether it’s the beginning, the middle or the end, I don’t know.”          01/02/2020                None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Michel Vorm Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Nov 21: “Sustained a calf strain in training and expected to return to training next month.”    22/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%        TRACK
  • Tanguy Ndombele Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Groin Strain        22/12/2019         Late Fitness Test               75%                TRACK
  • Erik Lamela Thigh Injury        Nov 21: “Continuing his rehabilitation and will not return this weekend.”                No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Ben Davies Ankle/Foot Injury            Nov 26: “Following ongoing examination and assessment, we can confirm that Ben sustained ligament damage to his left ankle.”   No Return Date None     Ruled Out                TRACK


  • Adam Masina Thigh Injury        Thigh Injury        22/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Roberto Pereyra Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Groin Strain        22/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Danny Welbeck Thigh Injury Dec 19: “For the long-termers, there is no change really. They are making good progress and we are pleased with how they are developing.”           No Return Date None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Tom Cleverley Calf/Shin/Heel Injury      Dec 19: “For the long-termers, there is no change really. They are making good progress and we are pleased with how they are developing.”            No Return Date None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Sebastian Prodl Knee Injury Dec 19: “For the long-termers, there is no change really. They are making good progress and we are pleased with how they are developing.”           No Return Date None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Daryl Janmaat Knee Injury         Dec 19: “For the long-termers, there is no change really. They are making good progress and we are pleased with how they are developing.”           No Return Date None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Jose Holebas Ankle/Foot Injury            Ankle Injury        No Return Date None     Ruled Out



  • Manuel Lanzini Shoulder Injury Nov 28: “Manuel just started working yesterday on the pitch but he needs at least one month more without any problems with his shoulder; he cannot have any contact.”       01/01/2020                None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Lukasz Fabianski Thigh Injury        Nov 28: “We will see what the doctors say; the first date that was around was about Christmas, but we don’t have an exact date yet.”          28/12/2019         None     Ruled Out                TRACK
  • Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes Other Dec 14: “Felipe was sick, he couldn’t train, he had some stomach problems so I hope it is only a couple days. Maybe he ate something that was not so good.”          26/12/2019                None     75%        TRACK
  • David Martin Thigh Injury        Dec 14: “He has a muscle injury. We will see tomorrow with the doctor how bad it is but we now have 12 days to recover.”   No Return Date Currently Being Assessed             25%                TRACK
  • Jack Wilshere Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury  Nov 28: “Jack continues with some problem. I hope that next week he will start working with the squad.”           No Return Date None     Ruled Out            TRACK
  • Winston Reid Other    Dec 12: “Winston Reid is working without problems.”      No Return Date Currently Being Assessed 50



  • Adama Traore Diarra Shoulder Injury Shoulder Injury 21/12/2019         None     100%     TRACK
  • Morgan Gibbs-White Lower Back Injury            Dec 06: “Closer, it’s a day-by-day process. First, we have to take care of his pain but he is improving and hopefully he can join us soon.”         No Return Date None     Ruled Out        TRACK
  • Willy Boly Ankle/Foot Injury            Dec 06: “He’s improving and he’s already walking with only one crutch to support him, but we have to wait. It’s a normal process of healing the bone and all these things.”          No Return Date        None     Ruled Out

CREDIT https://www.premierinjuries.com/injury-table.php




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