Injury Updates (2 Viewers)


He-Man

Senior Member
Mar 1, 2013
621
Costa :lol:

lolzilians all the way.

A few sprints ala Bolt and muscles out for a few weeks. Our medical staff and physical staff isnt the best but nothing has to do with Costa injury. Hes a typical sprinter ala Robben. Robben closer to 30 also became a glass. PLUS hes BR :D
 

Arcticdaly

Senior Member
Oct 3, 2018
644

How the fuck can he get injured after playing 20 mins after 2 months rest ?? too many players on this team are made of glass.
 

DAiDEViL

Senior Member
Feb 21, 2015
37,013
Costa :lol:

lolzilians all the way.

A few sprints ala Bolt and muscles out for a few weeks. Our medical staff and physical staff isnt the best but nothing has to do with Costa injury. Hes a typical sprinter ala Robben. Robben closer to 30 also became a glass. PLUS hes BR :D
He is made of glass, but Robben had his absolute best time after joining Bayern. Had some great and consistent seasons for them, even when he became older. Sure he was out for some time, but he made his appearances count.

Costa is gonna disappear in China by the age of 30, leaving with memorable combined 1 1/2 good seasons in top leagues under his belt.
 

james95

Junior Member
Sep 2, 2018
360
Imagine if Cuadrado is fit for fight right now and shows same form as he had before his injury. I would be so disappointed in his exclusion from the CL list. Maybe we didnt expect to go past Atlectico.
If he was included, he likely would've taken Spinazzola's place and we all know how important he was for that comeback against Atletico when Sandro was suspended. No Spina and MDS would've played at LB that game. I think it was a good decision overall from Allegri.
 

Hustini

Optimist Prime
May 29, 2005
80,997
"Douglas Costa we’ll see, they tell me Emre Can is doing far better, while we’ll test Giorgio Chiellini in training tomorrow morning."
“Chiellini was fine after Cagliari, despite getting a knock, but his calf muscles do cause problems every now and then, so we have to be careful.”

~Max
 

Hustini

Optimist Prime
May 29, 2005
80,997
Perin out of Ajax clash
By Football Italia staff


Mattia Perin is out of the Juventus squad to face Ajax, while Giorgio Chiellini and Emre Can are progressing well.
The first leg of the Champions League quarter-final ended 1-1 and the decider is in Turin on Tuesday evening.
Goalkeeper Perin suffered a right shoulder injury in this morning’s training session and has been ruled out of that game.
Chiellini and Emre Can missed the first leg due to injuries, but are both said to be progressing well and there is the sense that they could at least be in the squad.
However, Douglas Costa is continuing to struggle and is not expected to make it against Ajax.
Juan Cuadrado made his comeback in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to SPAL, but is not in the Champions League squad list.
 

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