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    #16
    The pictures of Varley training on the deadsite are heartening anyway. Would not want to be going to Milton Keynes with Fogs at 2
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      #17
      Top specialist to assess Leamy injury

      Thursday, January 05, 2012
      DENIS LEAMY will have a troublesome hip injury assessed by a top London based specialist today.
      Leamy has struggled with the complaint in recent months and was ruled out of the RaboDirect Pro12 clash with Ulster last week because of the problem.

      The Irish international has flown to England in a bid to resolve the issue and return to action. His unavailability for this weekend’s RaboDirect Pro12 tie with Treviso at Thomond Park, and the likelihood he will also miss the next stage of the Heineken Cup is stretching Munster’s resources, although coach Tony McGahan will be encouraged by the return of Peter O’Mahony.




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        #18
        Jeez, I hope this doesn't turn into another Fla situation.
        Tis but a scratch.

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          #19
          So Leamy out for the next Heineken cup game. POM potentially might pick up an injury early and have to go off. Who is our next 6 after them two? I guess it's Donn Ryan.

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            #20
            Originally posted by Colliniho View Post
            The pictures of Varley training on the deadsite are heartening anyway. Would not want to be going to Milton Keynes with Fogs at 2
            I thought Fogs has played well when he's been on
            "There are a lot of points that we’ve left behind and this is with a young group. That probably tells you what they’re capable of and that they’re a very good side.

            Probably next year or the year after next they will take some stopping"

            Anthony Foley, May 2016. Axel RIP

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              #21
              Leamy with a hip injury that's requiring visits to specialists.. better be hoping this isn't a Dowling-type injury, which seem to be increasingly common as the cause for player retirements.
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                #22
                Wallace is due back soon, is he in full training yet ? Jones is due back aswell. They'll make some difference
                The people of Munster - it's almost the Nation of Munster - it gave me shivers to see how they were supported today and that people will travel like that.
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                  #23
                  Leamy will miss all 6N. Out for 4 months. Surgery needed on hip injury. Wally comeback can't come quick enough.

                  Awful news for us. He's had rotten luck for the last 3 years.

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                    #24
                    So that's Wally, Jones, Fla, Leamy, Dougie, Darragh Hurley, Sherry and Troy Smith all out with some sort of long term injuries and then Hayes is retired and Stringer released for 3 months. Thats some shock to the system.

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                      #25
                      THG is to blame. They're all leadswingers - under DK players would have togged out with limbs missing ffs.
                      They need to eat up their greens, especially the broccoli, plus a 2 week course of Sanatogen will sort out most injuries.

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                        #26
                        F**k. I know that on paper we have a big squad and people were saying it needs to be downsized, but at this stage it's like British industry under Thatcher. Best of luck to Leams for the op.
                        Tis but a scratch.

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                          #27
                          I fully expect to read that Niall Ronan is in an iron lung in the next few hours/days.
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                            #28
                            If Ronan isn't fit in time for next week then McGahan may have to look at putting Butler on the bench instead of Holland. If O'Mahony had to go off then a backrow of Ryan, Holland & Coughlan looks very clunky.


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                              #29
                              I just wish for Leamy personally that he makes it back in 100% shape. One of the great Munstermen.
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                                #30
                                Originally posted by hellovating View Post
                                Leamy will miss all 6N. Out for 4 months. Surgery needed on hip injury. Wally comeback can't come quick enough.

                                Awful news for us. He's had rotten luck for the last 3 years.
                                Where did you hear that?

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