Braindead ETH(yes he was braindead against Brighton; not a single decision made sense) probably thought he could change the match around by giving 5mins each to Garnacho, Pellistri and AWB.Wasnt he reported to be not 100% and thus put on the bench on Saturday?
Why bring him on when the game was dead?
I wholeheartedly agree.Even if it's not directly related and that he's a young elite-level athlete who doesn't play at the International level, it doesn't help, that's for sure.
It's not a cause but it increases the risk and this is where professionalism comes in.
Either way, time for Dalot to do to AwB what he 'did' to him at the start of this year and take back control of that RB spot.
Chelsea spends over a billion and have 9 injuries and everyone sees that as an excuse why they're so bad.What's that, 8 injuries now? Mental, especially so early in the season when we aren't a high intensity running team.
I remember there was a period when Newcastle - this was back in the mid 00’s - had a period where literally they had these levels of injuries constantly for a couple fo seasons. They had like 15 players do their hamstring one year and they think it was something to do with the training pitches which were supposed to be modern but were too firm so they relocated to the junior pitches and it seemed to work.4 games in and we have 10 players injured and 2 unavailable for discipliniary purposes.
Something is not right here at all. Are we just cursed or is there a reason for all these injuries?
Amazingly given all this, Martial remains available for selection.
It isn't the first time it has happened. If the training, medical facilities are outdated it may not be helping. Also I brought up these bloated tours, training in facilities that are superior to our, then come back to our not so good ones for the rest of the season.Bad injury crisis, so there is a underlying problem there?