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Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:21 pm  

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Jack Burton wrote:
How long does this type of injury take to heal? 3-6 months?

Who knows. Touch wood he's young and if no ligament damage could be 6 months.
But we just need to hope and pray, as this type of injury can end careers too..
So gutted for the lad......
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:36 pm  
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Sad evidence again in that last Hull FC try of how much pace Kallum lost in his injury.
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Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 7:24 pm  

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Someone said on here that after the 1 game he'd played that he was still the best centre in the comp.
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 7:28 pm  

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Shabino wrote:
Who knows. Touch wood he's young and if no ligament damage could be 6 months.
But we just need to hope and pray, as this type of injury can end careers too..
So gutted for the lad......


Fingers crossed for Newman, looked awful and if it is a double break it could be a long time getting back.

Agree with others travelling pretty well at the moment but anything could happen in next few weeks in the crazy fixtures.
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 7:30 pm  

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Do people see Holroyd as first 17 now?

Liam Sutcliffe or Hurrell?

Walker or Myler?
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 8:20 pm  

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christopher wrote:
Serious injury to Newman, looks like a broken leg to me


Gutted for the lad, opportunity for Broadbent?
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 9:04 pm  

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Gutted for the lad, opportunity for Broadbent?

Plenty of options although Harry will be a big miss for us.

Could go Broadbent, A Sutcliffe, L Sutcliffe, Mellor and bring Walters through...

Good result again today but Harry is one of the few players we have who can win you a big game by doing something freaky.
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 9:16 pm  

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Jack Burton wrote:
How long does this type of injury take to heal? 3-6 months?



6 months at best I think. Just reading surgeons report when Henrik Larsson did his tib and fib -:

The fact that both bones in the lower leg - the tibia and the fibula - are broken is not necessarily of great significance.

''The bones are parallel so if you get significant displacement you usually break both,'' Mr Ian Stother, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Glasgow Royal infirmary, explained last night.

''One of the more important points is that if the skin is not broken, there is little risk of infection.

''The degree of displacement is important because of the extent of injury to soft tissue, like muscle and ligament, which would result. Obviously this is important to a footballer and would dictate how strong the leg became when it healed.''

The usual method of treating a fracture of this sort is to splint the tibia from within using a ''nail'' - a stainless steel rod which is inserted from the top of the bone down through the hollow interior, often retained with screws above and below the fracture.

''That holds the position very well, maintaining the right length and alignment better than a plaster, and the fibula can take care of itself. You can't do it if the break is near one of the joints, but whatever you do the healing process takes several months.

''What you would do with Larsson is put the nail in, have him lying down for a few days to get the swelling down, and then get him up, put some weight on it, and then start to get him moving and get the joints operating. The actual time for the fracture to heal to the point where you can start training, for most people as young and fit as Larsson, would be about six months, although if I were treating someone who did not depend on football for their living, I would tell them not to play for a year. The leg is not going to be up to its full strength for 18 months.''

This was a good few years ago and recovery times might be better now but looks like 6-8 months minimum. He'll be back!
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Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:14 pm  

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rugbyleague88 wrote:
Do people see Holroyd as first 17 now?

Liam Sutcliffe or Hurrell?

Walker or Myler?


Currently Myler over Walker, but Walker at full fitness every time.
Hurrell and Sutcliffe in centres I’m happy with, especially with Newman injury.
Oledzki, Prior, Seumanufagai, Smith and Holroyd my top forwards, Cuthbertson dropped down pecking order.
Re: RD 12 | Hull Kingston Rovers (A) Fri Sep 25, 2020 6:09 am  

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Seth wrote:
Someone said on here that after the 1 game he'd played that he was still the best centre in the comp.


He’s always was, for 2 or 3 games per season
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