I just reply to a post. I just think his confidence is shot. And I have nothing against him. I thought he was good when he first arrivedMate, what's with the agenda? You write consecutive comments saying the same things, answered the same post twice and all that just to slander Bailly. We got it, you really really don't like the guy.
American politics or reality TV? American politics are a joke, and Canadian politics are becoming the same way. My view is celebrities shouldn't be political leaders. Especially racist ones...I mean I think this quote sums up a lot.
I’d love to know your views on current American politics.
Keep dreaming.Right, enough is enough.
Once Bailly recovers, we do NOT play him a single game either reserves or full team. He's transfer listed in January and sold for the most we can get, probably around £20m.
Otherwise, we'll still have him here in 2022 and he'll still be spending half a season injured and underwhelming when he does play. It's far overdue that this club starts acting ruthlessly with passengers, Phil Jones should have been sold several years ago during one of his rare injury-free periods. Instead, we stick him back in the team and loe and behold, injured again.
I've torn my meniscus and ACL in the same incident. And my meniscus hurt (ached) more than the ACL did.
Yes I did. I had a scope done. I tore my maniscus
I disagree. Jones will be there for eternity.Blimey, he's making a habit of this ey.
Anyone hazard a guess on when Bailly / Rojo / Jones are finally shipped out? Im'a hazard a guess at:
Bailly: This winter (Loan + Option)
Rojo: Summer 2020
Jones: When the sun swells to swallow the earth in its final transition towards becoming a red giant. Guesstimation, 7 billion years or so from now.
He's made of glass. It's ridiculous at this point. He cannot stay fit for more than a month or two. He's borderline worse than Jones. I feel bad for him because that's the most frustrating thing as an athlete, to be on the sidelines with a serious injury. But the sad truth is that we won't miss him for a second, as he's been fecking hopeless for the last two years. We need to help him get fit, and then move him on immediately. His place in the squad has been definitively taken by Axel Tuanzebe, who looks superior in every conceivable way.How did he get injured so badly with that slip
It wasn’t a slip. It was a massive amount of force onto a hyper flexed knee. The perfect way to rip apart a meniscus. Usually torn like that when athletes feck up a squat and end up collapsing onto their flexed knees but Bailly is just a colossal idiot that has no control of his limbsHow did he get injured so badly with that slip
Dislocated my knee, totally ripped ACL and both other major ligaments and damaged tendons in one accident playing football.I've torn my meniscus and ACL in the same incident. And my meniscus hurt (ached) more than the ACL did.
You can completely rupture your ACL and not feel much, if anything, because a complete ruptures instantly kills all the nerves in the area. You may even be able to keep moving.
If there's a partial tear then it will hurt a whole lot more, given the nerve endings aren't torn all the way through.
A tear to your Meniscus is likely to cause more pain than a complete ACL rupture - one for the reason I've pointed out above, and also because the Meniscus is the cushion in your knee so every step that you take it is being used. You could still end up being able to run in straight lines without an ACL reconstruction, though you'll have issues if you try to turn or move laterally.
An AFL player played out essentially a whole game without realizing he's torn his ACL. This is a far more physical sport than Soccer, so it's not as if it can't happen. Especially when adrenaline is pumping.