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Only possible ray of hope there is he seemed quite relaxed and not in heaps of pain?

perhaps he felt something and obviously tacking no risks, no movement and stretchered off.

 

If he tore any knee ligament the pain is excruciating.

 

Something not right but I'm holding out a Ray of hope. 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, berniethebolt said:

Only possible ray of hope there is he seemed quite relaxed and not in heaps of pain?

perhaps he felt something and obviously tacking no risks, no movement and stretchered off.

 

If he tore any knee ligament the pain is excruciating.

 

Something not right but I'm holding out a Ray of hope. 

 

 

I've tore my ACL and it's not immensely painful - I hobbled off the pitch on it. Ricardo played 45 mins on a torn ACL.

 

Sadly all signs point to an ACL given he did it landing and twisting and they tested his ACL and called for the stretcher.

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4 minutes ago, HighPeakFox said:

We seem to all be expert physios. 

Not sure you need to be an expert to see what happened? Checked for an ACL injury and then he went off on a stretcher.

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1 minute ago, Rasmic123 said:

I've tore my ACL and it's not immensely painful - I hobbled off the pitch on it. Ricardo played 45 mins on a torn ACL.

 

Sadly all signs point to an ACL given he did it landing and twisting and they tested his ACL and called for the stretcher.

Doesnt sound good then based on that. 

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3 minutes ago, Frost said:

Not sure you need to be an expert to see what happened? Checked for an ACL injury and then he went off on a stretcher.

I'm sorry, I don't know how you specifically check for that injury. Evidently lots of you do. 

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11 minutes ago, HighPeakFox said:

I'm sorry, I don't know how you specifically check for that injury. Evidently lots of you do. 

They immobilise your knee, then see if the lower leg hinges up with no resistance. If no resistance then ACL is gone.

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Just now, StanSP said:

Is it a promising sign that he wasn't really writhing around in agony and actually sat up for a bit? 

 

Maybe going off on a stretcher just precautionary? 

 

He looked pretty uncomfortable to me, especially when they tested his ligaments. It might be a strain rather than a rupture, we'll have to wait and see what the MRI says.

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Gutted for him.. He. Must've been in contact with southgates lot saying expect a call. 

 

Spent a full season struggling to get a run in the team.. Finally gets himself in a position he's undroppable, and then gets injured playing centre back and now back to square one... Getting fitness back, back of the queue and needing to wait to get back in 

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