Nani's injury | Fit | Nani: "What Carragher did was not football"

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    zain Believe

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    Any updates etc...? Let's keep this thread for that..

    Tbh, I'm right now more concerned about the injury than the result of the game itself, and from Nani's reaction when he was going off, looked really bad.

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    Maybe a broken leg, just speculating though hopefully it isnt too bad
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    MacMUFC Banned

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    Hopefully its just badly bruised. Will be devasted if its a broken leg.
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    Wouldn't be surprised if it was broken or he was out for the season from his reaction..
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    "It can't be serious at all. He was on his feet seconds after. Just playacting. Ridiculous."
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    Spoony The People's President

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    Who said that?
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    It was a tackle on his left shin when all his weight was on it but I didn't see any breaking or anything along those lines. Hopefully it's just badly bruised. Would be devastating if it kept him out for the rest of the season.
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    Yeah, he's embarrassing - hope he never plays for us again - feckin crying, pussy
    God some of our fans can be idiots
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    Good timing with Valencia ready to return......-_-
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    SecondFig Full Member

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    Most people for a few minutes, until they realised "hang on, he might actually be injured"
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    OneUnited24 Full Member

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    Collymore on Talkshite
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    mjs020294 Banned

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    You can actually get an adrenaline burst even with a serious injury and jump to you feet. Animals very often get up and rn away after being run over only to die later.

    Having said that its Nani we are talking about, so its probably bruised pride more than anything else :nervous:
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    Spoony The People's President

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    Zidane is clearly a greater footballer than Missi.
    He deserves to get seriously hurt.
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    Pogue Mahone Poster of the year 2008

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    At the very least he's got a massive gash on his shin.

    Hopefully nothing broken.
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    Absolutely disgraceful by Carragher. He deserves a few smacks for that.
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    Nani is the boy who cried wolf.
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    ha_rooney Full Member

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    Collymore has the IQ of a pig's arse, Souness & Wilkins on Sky were very critical of it. Watch how MOTD & the press completely ignore that disgusting tackle.

    As for Nani, hopefully he'll be ok but his reaction did not look good.
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    feck Carragher and Liverpool
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    Most pundits today have spouted similar shit.
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    Cina hell hath no fury like a Cina scorned

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    We're beyond fecked if we lose him.
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    Craig Burley the commentator said a couple of times that the way Nani got up and ran to the ref showed he can't be all that hurt.

    I was thinking the same think about a adrenaline burst.

    Hopefully the leg is not broken or Nani is seriously hurt.
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    A man leaves the pitch crying and commentators dare to say 'its a bit much''. I mean come on. Do you even know how badly he could be hurt?:mad:
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    They're stupid ignorant fools who are probably abu's anyway. No one really gives a shit what they think, unless they have a go at us. feck em.
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    mjs020294 Banned

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    The problem with Nani is he cries wolf far too often. All of his playing acting and antics are a turn off an no one believes him when he is really hurt.
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    Nani's on the ground in agony and punches the ground in frustration, Jon Champion's (or whoever's commentating with Craig Burley) reaction: "Nani lashes out at a St. John's ambulance man."

    fecking oaf.
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    Agreed.

    He has much to blame.

    As for how he got up and ran ?? Have'nt they heard of adrenaline:confused:
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    That's the biggest worry from today. Forget the result, we deserved nothing. Nani looked in serious pain out there and i'm not surprised. Carragher hit him high up on his standing foot with a lot of force. I hope it looks worse than it actually is because he's one player we can't do without.

    Get well soon.
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    Still for pundits who have "played the game" i am shocked that they believe just because a player got straight back up he cant be hurt. Didnt Fabregas take a pen vs Barca last season only to pull up as he went to the half way line? And he was out for a few months after that
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    Scored and played on for 10 minutes with a broken leg.
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    Adzzz Astrophysical Genius - Hard for Grinner

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    Nani wasn't crying about the pain, he was evidently crying because he knew he couldn't continue and make amends for his brain fart.
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    One replay they showed! We will get the 15 minute coverage by the BBC that Rooneys elbow got?
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    Feckin' commentators...

    They've never been f*cking tackled like that before, initial tackle doesn't hurt of cause as the pain rebounds after that in a few minutes... Bloody stupid asking why Nani was able to walk... He was fecking Numb you dumbskull !
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    Entirely true

    I don't blame any of the commentators one bit for question if he was injured or not. You live by the sword and you die by the sword

    Even now I'm reticent to comment, want to know how badly injured (if at all) he is

    Was a shocking challenge mind, should have been red
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    Wow.

    Hope the lads alright.
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    We arn't a one man team, we have Valencia and Park to come back and we can adapt to the situation.
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    Adzzz Astrophysical Genius - Hard for Grinner

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    Did you see the blood? He was evidently injured and visibly limping when walking. There is crying wolf and then there is being on the receiving end of a potential leg-breaker.

    Just because you're previously guilty of what is essentially a minor and very common misdemeanor doesn't mean suddenly commentators have the right to question a shocker.
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    Happens often enough that people get hurt and don't realise how bad it is until after the fact. Carragher was probably saved by that.
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    Neither of them can offer the outlet Nani has with his goals and crossing.Plus both are coming back from injury and that always takes time........time which we're running out of

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