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    Felix Jones

    Any idea on how serious of an injury Felix sustained today? Missed any subsequent updates.

    Wishing Felix a speedy recovery and devastated his world cup dream
    Is all but over

    #2
    Lets hope it's a bad sprain like Paulie had last season and that he might be back quicker than we think.

    However going by the look on his face going off I fear the worst for the lad.
    Last edited by munstershane; 20th-August-2011, 18:27. Reason: beacause I can't spell
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      #3
      Jebus, i feel for the fella. Couldn't have been well displayed today with the excretea that was emanating from the no 9. Has a SH ever played worse than TOL did today?

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        #4
        looked like he hyper extended the ankle, probably ligament damage, could be 2 weeks or 2 months depending on the severity...fingers crossed it's on the low end
        If a man stands in the middle of the forest with no woman around to hear him - is he still wrong?

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          #5
          some very good news on twitter. xray shows no break, so waiting now on a scan tomorrow.

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            #6
            He looked distraught on the buggy, here's hoping it's not serious.
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              #7
              Originally posted by the plastic paddy View Post
              Jebus, i feel for the fella. Couldn't have been well displayed today with the excretea that was emanating from the no 9. Has a SH ever played worse than TOL did today?
              Guy Easterby. Bradley, over and again. Horseloads of 'em in the Hungry '90s. Redden v. SA last year. And that's just Irish ones that spring to mind.
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                #8
                RTE.ie

                DK:
                "Felix has had an x-ray which didn't show a broken bone, but he'll have a scan tomorrow," said coach Declan Kidney.

                "Only once we know the results of that will we be able to asses it fully. We need to check for ligament damage."

                Kidney was able to deliver a more definitive update on loosehead prop Cian Healy, who had to be helped from the pitch during in the 51st minute.

                "Someone stood on Cian's foot 10 days ago in training and unfortunately someone trod on the same spot today," said Kidney.

                "It's just something that needs a little bit of fresh air and time for the bruise to heal."

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Hugh Jardon View Post
                  RTE.ie

                  DK:
                  "Felix has had an x-ray which didn't show a broken bone, but he'll have a scan tomorrow," said coach Declan Kidney.

                  "Only once we know the results of that will we be able to asses it fully. We need to check for ligament damage."

                  Kidney was able to deliver a more definitive update on loosehead prop Cian Healy, who had to be helped from the pitch during in the 51st minute.

                  "Someone stood on Cian's foot 10 days ago in training and unfortunately someone trod on the same spot today," said Kidney.

                  "It's just something that needs a little bit of fresh air and time for the bruise to heal."
                  FFS sounds like a football camp with no fecking footballs to me. Its turning into a f*cking shambles already.

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                    #10
                    Felt really sorry, heart broke for him, he's a really young lad who's had an awful run of injuries. Just when things looked to be on the up, this happens. Thankfully he is incredibly strong willed. Not every player would have had the mental strength to come back from a neck injury that severe. It took an awful long time to recover from it, physically and mentally, the thought of going into his first piece of contact must have been frightening, but yet he came back.

                    And he came back, hard and strong, and he looked like he was going to actually make it to the world cup, and hopefully he still will, but after all that he must have thought, a good half an hour good game and he's on the plane. But this kid doesn't seem to be able to get a break (not literally speaking obviously).

                    Hopefully it's nothing serious. He looked on the verge of tears when he was driven off. Absolutely heartbreaking. Praying for the lad, that's all we can do.
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                      #11
                      Best wishes to Felix hopefully it's just a sprain, poor lad needs a proper run of no injuries.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Stringer9 View Post
                        Felt really sorry, heart broke for him, he's a really young lad who's had an awful run of injuries. Just when things looked to be on the up, this happens. Thankfully he is incredibly strong willed. Not every player would have had the mental strength to come back from a neck injury that severe. It took an awful long time to recover from it, physically and mentally, the thought of going into his first piece of contact must have been frightening, but yet he came back.

                        And he came back, hard and strong, and he looked like he was going to actually make it to the world cup, and hopefully he still will, but after all that he must have thought, a good half an hour good game and he's on the plane. But this kid doesn't seem to be able to get a break (not literally speaking obviously).

                        Hopefully it's nothing serious. He looked on the verge of tears when he was driven off. Absolutely heartbreaking. Praying for the lad, that's all we can do.

                        Agree with all this...
                        Fingers crossed! Have the candles lighting that he will be ok - looks doubtful, but we live in hope!
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                          #13
                          Hopefully he will be ok.
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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Hugh Jardon View Post
                            RTE.ie


                            "Someone stood on Cian's foot 10 days ago in training and unfortunately someone trod on the same spot today," said Kidney.

                            "It's just something that needs a little bit of fresh air and time for the bruise to heal."
                            Thought he was getting treatment for his shoulder too?
                            It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Drick View Post
                              some very good news on twitter. xray shows no break, so waiting now on a scan tomorrow.
                              Ligament damage is the main worry. Hopefully it's not too bad.

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