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If he was watching that - which I’m sure he was - the performances of Ricardo, Soyuncu and, especially, Ndidi should encourage JJ to believe that even after a lengthy layoff you don’t lose your talent.

 

Like Brendan said, it might make you come back even stronger.

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1 hour ago, StanSP said:

Operation on Thursday to repair ACL. 

Surprised they have waited so long to be honest, unless it was touch and go to see if he actually needed one. Which if true hopefully means that it is only a slight tear rather than a full rupture. 

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2 minutes ago, goose2010 said:

Surprised they have waited so long to be honest, unless it was touch and go to see if he actually needed one. Which if true hopefully means that it is only a slight tear rather than a full rupture. 

When it’s going to be a long road to recovery, waiting a few days to get the right surgeon won’t make a big difference. I agree that it likely means he can’t be in a lot of pain from it. I guess we have to wait for the op to be done and the surgeon to give an assessment 

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7 minutes ago, goose2010 said:

Surprised they have waited so long to be honest, unless it was touch and go to see if he actually needed one. Which if true hopefully means that it is only a slight tear rather than a full rupture. 

May have had to wait for the swelling on the knee to go down.  In which case it will be pretty bad.

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Justin has such a range of skills.  If he lost something from this injury, he will probably compensate in other areas.  

 

What a player.  To make us even consider whether Castagne and Perreira were the top two picks.

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On 12/02/2021 at 13:46, Hales said:

Gutted for JJ, that's a long road to recovery 😭

He’s young fit and I’m sure Leicester will have the top Orthopaedic surgeon repairing his ACL he’ll be back sooner than some think probably be about August - September with great results and strict rehabilitation!

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