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Post Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:02 pm
Posted by Exiled down south on Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:02 pm
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Over the last couple of seasons Wigan seem to have suffered more injuries than most of the other SL teams. Is this down to;

Over training or training technique
Aggressive play (tackling etc)
Bad luck
Or a combination of the above
Maybe something else.

I'm not privvy to the trends, type of injuries.... etc

A number of seasons ago London had an ex sprinter as the fitness coach and that season the team suffered an unusually high number of hamstring injuries which it was suggested were down to the training programme.

Any thoughts? Are the injury numbers high?
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