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Author Topic: Training Methods Etc.  (Read 465 times)

Offline Maybole Mauler

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Training Methods Etc.
« on: January 11, 2019, 16:05:13 »
Last season we almost lost out in winning League 1 due to a huge number of injuries to players at this time in the season.

It looks like we've got 5 or 6 regulars out again tomorrow's game at Inverness. I think it's time the Club has a look at its training/physiotherapy methods etc., as quite a few injuries seem to be caused in training and not actually on the park on a Saturday. It also seems to take an inordinate amount of time for players to recover from their injuries, for example, Forest and Adams have been out for about 2 -3 months now with no sign of them making a comeback. Kerr came back last Saturday and only lasted a half and had to go off and is again on the injury list.

If these injuries are not cleared up soon I can see our great start to the season being squandered, as the likely replacements are not nearly as good or are very inexperienced.

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Re: Training Methods Etc.
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2019, 16:45:07 »
I do not think McCall/Scully/Stewart are likely to employ training methods much different to all the other clubs they have managed/coached/played for. I suspect the reason for our current injury level is as much to do with too small a squad and player playing when not fully fit and not getting a chance to get recovery time.
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