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      Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)

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      David Wright
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #644: Sep 25, 2022 11:31:15 am
      Look forward to Jota, starting to score a few goals, for the Reds, when the current season resumes next week.
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      Reply #645: Sep 25, 2022 10:34:20 pm
      His goal celebration was letting his fans know his partner is pregnant with their second child.👏👏
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #646: Oct 01, 2022 08:49:17 am
      Rumours going around Jota has a hamstring injury and has missed training
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      Reply #647: Oct 01, 2022 09:22:49 am
      Rumours going around Jota has a hamstring injury and has missed training

      Pretty much expected. I said at the start of the week we wouldn't get through a week of training without an injury. We should be calling in fitness experts to assess our training ... it just causes injuries.

      Even worse though was Jota complaining of fatigue in the week with Portugal? He shouldn't have been risked in training.

      Pretty much sums us up to be honest. It's past the point of bad luck with injuries. Either our training isn't up to it or we are signing crocks. Such a pith too because diogo in form makes us so much better. His goals last season made a huge difference.

      Hope it's bs ... but as we know with these things 99.9 of the time it isn't. I'm just waiting to see who else is missing today after 'picking up a knock' in f*cking training. Frustrating as hell
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      Reply #648: Oct 01, 2022 10:15:56 am
      Just reading Jurgens comments and he said both were not training as a precaution and both were ready and in contention for today.

      So I take back my above comment on Jota training when fatigued and picking up an injury. Even if we use one for an hour and the other 2nd half we should have enough to beat Brighton today.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #649: Oct 01, 2022 10:46:55 am
      Just reading Jurgens comments and he said both were not training as a precaution and both were ready and in contention for today.

      So I take back my above comment on Jota training when fatigued and picking up an injury. Even if we use one for an hour and the other 2nd half we should have enough to beat Brighton today.

      Nevertheless questions have been asked about our training methods and our horrendous injury list while not directly attributable is of great concern.
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      Reply #650: Oct 08, 2022 07:14:11 pm
      How many games without a goal before he starts to get questioned?

      I've personally never been convinced by him. Told a fellow red a year ago that I think the goals will stop from him. Very happy for him to prove me wrong.

      Come on Jota pull your finger out. He likes a goal against these lot too.
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      Reply #651: Oct 09, 2022 12:56:41 am
      I say he scores tonight.

      Loves playing Arsenal, this lad.

      Get on him to score at least 1.
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      Reply #652: Oct 09, 2022 01:37:59 pm
      How many games without a goal before he starts to get questioned?

      I've personally never been convinced by him. Told a fellow red a year ago that I think the goals will stop from him. Very happy for him to prove me wrong.

      Come on Jota pull your finger out. He likes a goal against these lot too.

      F**k off bellend.

      Also all this questioning stuff, just who the f**k do you think you are like?

      Try f**king supporting them first, before slagging them off.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #653: Oct 09, 2022 01:40:16 pm

      The hard man is back ;D Let it go mate it doesn't suit ya
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #654: Oct 09, 2022 11:01:21 pm
      Another game without a goal
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #655: Oct 10, 2022 03:16:44 pm

      Still deserves to be in the team more than most of your established players at the moment.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #656: Oct 10, 2022 03:42:04 pm

      Nope but nice assist on the Firmino ball, perfect weighted through ball.

      Thought once he went out wide for Diaz he got a lot more into the game, he had his moments attack wise (as did Nunez). Still like him to get off the mark sooner then later.

      Still deserves to be in the team more than most of your established players at the moment.

      With Diaz out now he will be getting a ton of playing time out wide.
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      Reply #657: Oct 10, 2022 03:52:00 pm


      With Diaz out now he will be getting a ton of playing time out wide.

      Always liked him and think he’s underestimated by many.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #658: Oct 17, 2022 09:02:55 am
      Nothing confirmed but looks like he could be out until next year - what a f**king joke.

      Only Salah, Firmino and Núñez left now.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #659: Oct 17, 2022 09:38:37 am
      Nothing confirmed but looks like he could be out until next year - what a f**king joke.

      Only Salah, Firmino and Núñez left now.

      Carvalho an option as well but agree looking a little thin up top . Nunez will have to go left for the majority and just hope we can get through until WC
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      Reply #660: Oct 17, 2022 09:42:53 am
      Nothing confirmed but looks like he could be out until next year - what a f**king joke.

      Only Salah, Firmino and Núñez left now.

      Really hope its not the worst grade :(

      The Three Grades of Hamstring Injuries:
      Grade 1 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: The lightest injury, usually only a muscle pull or strain. Recovery typically only takes a few days.

      Grade 2 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: This grade includes partial muscle tears. You’ll likely need to take a couple of weeks off from training while it recovers.

      Grade 3 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: A complete muscle tear. This is the most severe degree of hamstring injuries and usually requires several months to heal.
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      Reply #661: Oct 17, 2022 10:01:37 am
      Calf isn’t it? Sounds like 6 weeks at best. Yet another massive blow. Him and Diaz at the same time severely depletes us. Why does this keep happening? Just relentless injuries ffs….
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      Reply #662: Oct 17, 2022 10:02:17 am
      Really hope its not the worst grade :(

      The Three Grades of Hamstring Injuries:
      Grade 1 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: The lightest injury, usually only a muscle pull or strain. Recovery typically only takes a few days.

      Grade 2 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: This grade includes partial muscle tears. You’ll likely need to take a couple of weeks off from training while it recovers.

      Grade 3 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: A complete muscle tear. This is the most severe degree of hamstring injuries and usually requires several months to heal.

      I swear his leg wasn’t that extended to be a grade 3, looked minor to me. But who knows. Fingers crossed it’s max a grade 2.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #663: Oct 17, 2022 10:04:51 am
      Really hope its not the worst grade :(

      The Three Grades of Hamstring Injuries:
      Grade 1 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: The lightest injury, usually only a muscle pull or strain. Recovery typically only takes a few days.

      Grade 2 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: This grade includes partial muscle tears. You’ll likely need to take a couple of weeks off from training while it recovers.

      Grade 3 Hamstring Injury Recovery Time: A complete muscle tear. This is the most severe degree of hamstring injuries and usually requires several months to heal.

      Calf I am afraid.  Doubt we will see him now until after WC
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #664: Oct 17, 2022 10:19:45 am
      Calf I am afraid.  Doubt we will see him now until after WC

      Hmmm, I thought it was hamstring. Either way, not great. :(
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #665: Oct 17, 2022 10:20:05 am
      Calf isn’t it? Sounds like 6 weeks at best. Yet another massive blow. Him and Diaz at the same time severely depletes us. Why does this keep happening? Just relentless injuries ffs….

      :(

      Its just one of those seasons that happens.

      Bad luck with Injuries, nothing more sinister than that.
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      Re: Diogo Jota Player Thread (F)
      Reply #666: Oct 17, 2022 10:22:24 am
      Jota update from the echo....

      There are fears Diogo Jota has suffered a 'serious injury' having been stretchered off during Liverpool's win over Manchester City.

      The former Wolves forward went down to ground late on at Anfield and looked to be in serious discomfort as he was helped off the pitch.

      An update provided by the Athletic has claimed there are now worries Jota could miss the World Cup, with his chances of featuring said to be 'in doubt'. The report adds he will have a scan on his calf injury today.

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