Discussion in 'Football Forum' started by rimaldo, Aug 2, 2016.
but but....must be Pep's special potion at work again
They love a hyperbole.
So they made all that fuss over Mahrez, and Sane is back within 2 weeks. Absolute jokers
Pep is clearly playing victim mentality. Its like he is openly saying to refs "Don't let opponents foul our players" I feel refs will start producing red cards seeing someone fouling KdB or Sane. I can see their players now getting free pass for diving which Pep's team are famous for.
Not fully back fit yet.
The conspiracies on here are great. If you pay close attention, City's official website didn't put a timescale on Sané's recovery, only stating there was ankle ligament damage. Ankle ligament damage can be anything from a minor sprain to a full on tear. Pay no attention to Guardiola.
You will claim Jesus has been doped after the club stated 4-6 weeks recovery time. Its been 6 weeks since he was injured and he's still not back
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Aye. I'm no physio but recovery periods aren't set in stone and depend on the extent of the tear. Got my own ankle injured in a tackle the day before Sane and, despite some early swelling, aiming to be back in full training this week.
I've played 12 and 16 days after partial ankle ligament tears, Neither were particularly good ideas but its doable. Minor damage is still technically damage.
^ Really Pep? Are you really that surprised?
Apparently, Sane is fit enough to be on the bench vs Basel. Recovered five weeks ahead of schedule.
Is it just me or are City players always making these crazy fast 'miraculous' recoveries?? Same goes to the Aguero's recovery from his recent car crash.
Don't forget De Bruyne came back from a broken leg in 48 hours.
I think we need their medical team. Maybe Bailly would have been back already.
And when Jesus came back from the dead.
IIRC, it took 3 days?
Can't really tell whether they have a superior medical team or are they loaded up with some magic recovery drug, or is it that placenta doctor again.
Yep, very suspicious.
Their injuries are just exaggerated.
Yeah, it might be that too. But whenever their players make an injury comeback, it doesn't look like they were ever injured at all. Like Aguero and his "fractured rib" following the car crash.
Meanwhile, our players always look rusty af post-injury.
At this rate, soon they'll be returning before they get injured.
Well, Sané did tweet something about how the injury wasn't that bad on the same or next day, didn't he?
It’s great how everyone else saw the blindingly obvious plot twist and you didn’t have a feckin clue.
Was the twist leaked on Reddit? If so he would have had a clue.
They've gone 4-4-4. Bold.
Sane must be visiting Peps doctors
Cheating again. How they keep getting away with it is beyond me.
Who cares how long it takes him to recover? It was a career-altering tackle and just because he got lucky doesn´t make the foul any less disgusting.
But hey only two weeks, no red card, so have a go again. Maybe the next guy has more fragile muscles/bones and his foot stuck in the ground on impact and then it´s nine months with a ACL/MCL tear or a broken shinbone.
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