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Post by iftikhar on Tue Feb 18, 2014 3:27 pm

Will Johnson play against Swansea!!! According to reports he has been training since Feb 10. 10-12 days training should put him in full fitness.

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Post by Helmer on Tue Feb 18, 2014 3:30 pm

@iftikhar wrote:Will Johnson play against Swansea!!! According to reports he has been training since Feb 10. 10-12 days training should put him in full fitness.
I think he wont be ready, it is a home game so we might be able to manage without Johnson this time so we can give him like 10 minutes and later in the next match we can bring him back

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Post by Art Morte on Tue Feb 18, 2014 3:57 pm

I'd rather have Johnson start and get subbed off than the other way round.
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Post by Don't call me James on Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:20 pm

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Looking fit and healthy Thumbs up

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Post by Red Alert on Sat Feb 22, 2014 12:19 am

HE'S BACKKKKKKKKKKKKK :bow:

SAKHO is fit enough to play next week too! Thumbs up

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Post by Helmer on Sat Feb 22, 2014 12:24 am

how come he is suddenly fit, last week only we had read that no time decided on when he will come back hmm he is a real beast isnt he Proud

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Post by iftikhar on Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:03 am

Whatever joy came with the Agger & Shako return was sapped-up by the Enrique news.
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Post by Nishankly on Thu Feb 27, 2014 6:26 pm

http://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/156222-lucas-and-sakho-fitness-update

No time line on Enrique. Rest all fit. ( Excluding Coates )
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Post by Curtinho on Thu Feb 27, 2014 6:32 pm

Exciting. Coates and Lucas should both be ready soon which will be a big improvement on the back half of the pitch.

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Post by Red Alert on Fri Feb 28, 2014 2:05 am

Isn't Coates on loan with a Uruguayan team until the end of the season?

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Post by Nishankly on Fri Feb 28, 2014 8:28 am

Did it materialize? I was in the UK that time, might have missed it.
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Post by Art Morte on Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:06 am

El Cujo probably meant to say Sakho.
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Post by Red Alert on Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:06 am


In a wide-ranging Q&A, reproduced in full below, Morgan also touches on the responsibilities and demands of his role, the method of rehabilitation for long-term injuries and more directly from Melwood.

You have been a member of the backroom staff at Liverpool since 2005; have you ever known an atmosphere within a squad quite like this one?

The atmosphere and togetherness within the squad is certainly very good at the moment. There have been other occasions in my time at the club when we have got to finals and challenged at the top of the league and there are certainly similarities to the mood experienced during those periods.

How much of the credit for that would you attribute to Brendan Rodgers? When we see the images from training sessions at Melwood, there seems to be smiles on faces every day...

Those pictures reflect the mood; I think the manager, primarily, but also the coaching staff and senior players can all take credit for creating an atmosphere which is positive and relaxed but with a real drive to succeed.

On a matchday, can you talk us through your process when a player suffers an injury mid-game; what is the first thing you must do as a physiotherapist?

The most important aspect of the job for Zaf [Iqbal, first-team doctor] and I during a match is to be fully concentrated on the game. Seeing the mechanism of an injury gives lots of information about the nature of what you are likely to find when you arrive on the pitch. Once I arrive on the pitch, my first role is to assess the seriousness of the incident to determine if I require any assistance from Zaf or the paramedics. In more minor injuries my role is then to determine if the player is able to continue and relay this information back to the bench.

How difficult or otherwise is the diagnosing of any problem that a player might pick up in a match? Does that largely stem from your experience in the field?

The player themselves will usually be able to tell you if they are able to continue. If they have strained a muscle it's usually quite obvious - there is often no contact with an opponent - and they will have experience of how more severe injuries tend to feel. If they are not sure then a brief on-field assessment will usually give the answers, or if we are unsure then the player may attempt to play on and see how they feel. We never want to remove players unless absolutely necessary, as it removes a tactical substitution from the manager, so we give the player every chance to continue.

Are there any methods you can implement beforehand to try to minimise the possibility of injuries in a match?

A large part of what we do within the medical and science departments is aimed at minimising the risk of injuries. We can't eliminate that risk in a contact sport but the screening, ongoing treatment, strappings and strength and conditioning work the players do within a football-specific training programme is all aimed at reducing the risk of injury. Similarly, the recovery process implemented from the moment a game ends is done so with the next game in mind.

Another part of your role with the club is to rehabilitate players with long-term injuries - can you give us an update?

We have had a number of fairly complex injuries this season as opposed to having a large number of injuries. We currently have fewer injuries at this stage of the season than last year, and indeed last year we had the least number of injuries in my nine seasons at the club - that is credit to the training methods implemented by the manager and his team. Long-term injuries, when they do come along, are very much a team approach. Everybody in the medical and science departments will have some involvement and we discuss them twice a day as a team in great detail. Our two rehab physiotherapists, Matt Konopinski and Paulo Barreira, along with our rehab fitness coach, Jordan Milsom, work long hours back at Melwood with the long-term injuries and have had some great results with the longer term recoveries of the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Lucas Leiva and Philippe Coutinho this season.

What are the most important elements of your assistance with a player who is on the sidelines for such an extended period of time?

We split the injured players amongst the physio staff so that each player will have a primary physiotherapist to oversee their recovery. With short- to medium-term injuries this will often be myself. In the long-term injuries I will tend to be involved in the diagnosis and overall management decisions with Glen Driscoll and Zaf and we will then support the treating physiotherapist throughout the rehabilitation process. As I mentioned, we approach every injury as a team so that when things go well we succeed together and when things don't go quite as planned - as is often the case when we are looking to accelerate these injuries as quickly as possible - we look for the answers within.

In the absence of European football, how has playing less matches than usual this season aided the injury situation?

I think it's well known that the risk for football injuries is much higher during games than training, so the more often you play a game the more chance you have of getting injured. Often these injuries are due to contact; at the start of the season we sustained a number of injuries due to tackles - for example, Aly Cissokho, Coutinho, Glen Johnson and Sturridge - which are very difficult to prevent. However, recovery time between games is vital to allow both maintenance of performance and also to reduce the risk of injury. The players will all be encouraged to make full use of our excellent soft tissue team, under the guidance of senior masseur Paul Small between games, and Ryland Morgans will analyse the players and implement recovery strategies as required. During these periods it's vital that the squad depth enables you to make changes to protect the players, otherwise despite our recovery strategies, injuries will occur. Hopefully this is something we will have to prepare a lot more for next season when we could potentially have many more midweek games.


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Post by Curtinho on Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:17 pm

@Art Morte wrote:El Cujo probably meant to say Sakho.

This. Not sure how 'Sakho' came out 'Coates' though...

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Post by Nishankly on Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:33 pm

Where's mah main man José?
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Post by Don't call me James on Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:52 pm

Rodgers said in one of his pressers that he had returned from America, after going there to see a specialist. Not much more.

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Post by Art Morte on Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:04 pm

Just get him fit for the next campaign, that's all I expect at this point.
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Post by Helmer on Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:11 pm

no wories at all, Flano to have at least 3 MOTM performances, considering we have Spurs, City and Chelsea hmm

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Post by Don't call me James on Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:16 pm

Even if he was somehow fit for the run in, he would not get games with the way Flanno is playing. I also don't think he would be mentally ready for what the rest of the group have gone through and what they're mindset is with regards to the title hope.

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Post by Nishankly on Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:43 am

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/liverpool-fc-fear-jose-enriques-6863642

Boss Brendan Rodgers said: “There is nothing new on Jose, we're still waiting.

“We’re just trying to get to the bottom of the problem. It’s going to be difficult for him to play again this season.”
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Post by Don't call me James on Sat Mar 29, 2014 8:44 pm

(Source: Tenfield)

COATES GETS MEDICAL DISCHARGE

Tuesday, March 18.

"The Brazilian surgeon who operated me saw I'm well and told me that I can already do football. I had begun working with the ball alone, but as of today I'm able to do it with the other members of the squad. I hope to return to the pitch as soon as possible. I must also be aware and contain anxiety because I have not played in a long time. I lack match fitness and hope to reacquire soon, because physically I'm great. I return this evening to Montevideo and tomorrow (Wed. 19th) I hope to start full training in Los Céspedes" (Nacional's training grounds). Those are the words of Sebastian Coates, who received a medical discharge from the Brazilian surgeon who operated on his right knee seven months ago in San Pablo. The defender, who arrived at the clinic with Dr. Carlos Suero (Nacional's club physician), received a medical discharge after being examined and was allowed to return to the active practice of football.

Sebastian Coates, on loan from Liverpool, must receive consent from his English club before playing in Nacional. His last game was on August 14, 2013, in Uruguay's 4:2 victory over Japan in Miyagi. The defender is counting down the hours to return to the pitch.





(Source: El Observador)

Defender Sebastián Coates is in the final stage of his recovery, and is expected to reappear on the pitch within two matches wearing Nacional's shirt, the club he is currently on loan. The tricolor manager Gerardo Pelusso stated this Thursday that the player will do internal football training this Saturday, and that he would be available for the next game against Defensor Sporting.
Coates, who suffered an ACL injury last year, did some specific training this Thursday at Los Céspedes along with manager Pelusso, field assistant Pablo Peirano, and the youth players Barcia and Espino.


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Very happy for him.  cheers 

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Post by Nishankly on Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:11 am

great, now sell him.
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Post by iftikhar on Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:49 am

Nishank wrote:great, now sell him.

Yeah, I think that will be good for both the parties.
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Post by RedOranje on Thu Apr 03, 2014 8:10 am

http://thebibtheorists.com/podcast/
Minute 36 of "Spurred On"

Pelosi is "very close" to his return to the U-21 squad from his leg break and Yesil is doing "quite well" with his recovery as well.

First news I'd heard on either in months.

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Post by Helmer on Thu Apr 03, 2014 9:24 am

great news cheers Pelosi is gonna come back with a bang...
Yesil, mah boy Sad

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Post by Don't call me James on Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:52 am

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watch from 6:00 minute onwards.




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