September 8th, 2014

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'tis the season... to be injured (Injury Roundup Post)

So after reading about Dani Carvajal's injury, I just noticed, "Wow! Everyone's getting sidelined with an injury lately!" Most of them during the international break, too. How funny. *rolls eyes* Granted, these injuries might just be slight tweaks and are not as serious as we think (I HOPE.) But still, it's enough to pull them out of certain international and club matches. We wish these boys a speedy recovery!

BUNDESLIGA
- Bastian Schweinsteiger: knee injury, sustained during Bayern Munich vs. MLS All-Stars match. Out until mid-September. [x]
- Javi Martinez: knee ligament injury, sustained during German Supercup match between BVB and Bayern. Out for six months. [x]
- Mats Hummels: knee injury. Doubtful for qualifier vs. Arsenal. [x]
- Julian Draxler: hamstring injury, sustained during Germany vs. Argentina. Should be able to return in time for club matches. [x]
- Marco Reus: ankle injury, sustained during Germany vs. Scotland. Might not be as serious as his pre-World Cup injury. Could be out for four weeks. [x]
- Ciro Immobile: bruised hip, sustained during Italy vs. Norway. BVB believe it's not severe. [x]

LA LIGA
- Sami Khedira: thigh injury, origin debated upon by Real Madrid and DFB. Out for six weeks and will be back in action on October. [x]
- Lionel Messi: groin injury, sustained during Barcelona vs. Villarreal. Making "considerable improvements" and should be able to play Barcelona vs. APOEL. [x]
- Dani Carvajal: hamstring injury, possibly sustained during Spain vs. France. No timetable of return yet. Will miss Spain vs. Macedonia and might miss Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid. [x]

PREMIER LEAGUE
- Romelu Lukaku: toe injury. Doubtful for Everton vs. West Brom. [x]
- Eden Hazard: light Achilles tendon injury. Pulled out of international duty but should return for club matches. [x]
- Olivier Giroud: broken bone in foot, sustained towards the end of Arsenal vs. Everton match. Out until end of December/start of January. [x]
- Mesut Ozil: ankle injury, sustained towards the end of Arsenal vs. Leicester City match. Will miss play the Manchester City match, according to Wenger. [x]
- Laurent Koscielny: head injury, sustained during Arsenal vs. Leicester City match. Will be back in time for club matches. [x]
- Daniel Sturridge: thigh injury, sustained during training with England NT. Out for three weeks, will miss international and club matches in that time period, including Liverpool vs. Basel. [x]
- Jordan Henderson: ankle injury, sustained during training with England NT. A doubt for Liverpool vs. Aston Villa. [x]
- Diego Costa: hamstring injury, sustained during Spain vs. France. David Silva says it's "nothing serious" but he's replaced by Spain U-21's Munir El Haddadi in the Spain vs. Macedonia match. [x]
- Stevan Jovetic: hamstring injury, sustained during training with Montenegro NT. Might miss Man City vs. Arsenal. [x]
- Aaron Ramsey: ankle injury, sustained during Wales vs. Andorra match. A doubt for Man City vs. Arsenal. [x]

SERIE A
- Andrea Pirlo: hip injury, sustained during a pre-season match. Will be out for a month. [x]
- Giorgio Chiellini: calf injury. Ruled out of Italy's matches. [x]
- Giuseppe Rossi: knee injury. Out for five months. [x]

LIGUE 1
- David Luiz: knee injury, sustained during Brazil vs. Colombia. Ruled out of Brazil vs. Ecuador. [x]

Comment below for any more injury reports (with a source) and I'll edit it into this post. Decided to arrange it according to leagues so it's easier to look at. (Also I'm only including the injuries that were sustained in this season and pre-season.)

Lars

Internationals Week - Day #6 (EURO Qualifiers)

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Also, the babies are playing today!

Luxemburg vs. Scotland, U21 at 16.00
Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Hungary, U21 at 16.00
Germany vs. England, U19 at 17.00
Switzerland vs Latvia, U21 at 17.30
Ukraine vs Liechtenstein, U21 at 17.30
Netherlands vs Slovakia, U21 at 17.30


All timings are BST.

TIME ZONE CONVERTER

ONTD-FB CALENDAR
TEAMUP CALENDAR

STREAMS:

FIRSTROW
SPORTLEMON
ROJADIRECTA
LIVESPORTSBAR
STREAMSP
WIZ1
FUSSBALL GUCKEN (Live TV in German)
FUSSBALL GUCKEN (Streams)


Mods, I noticed we don't have a tag for next year's babies edition of the EUROs!
Lars

Cesc Fabregas reveals he 'will always feel like a Gunner'.


Change of scenery: Midfielder Cesc Fabregas moved to Chelsea for £30million from Barcelona this summer

Cesc Fabregas admits he will always feel like a Gunner - despite a £30million move to Arsenal's London rivals Chelsea this summer.
The Spain playmaker has hit the ground running at Stamford Bridge, laying on four assists for his new team-mates already this season.
And - after leaving boyhood club Barcelona - Fabregas is looking forward to returning to his former north London stomping ground, albeit in the blue of Chelsea.

'I will always feel a Gunner and I know that I am going to return to [the Emirates Stadium] and I feel that it will be a special moment but I am committed,' Fabregas told El Pais.
'Remember that I played a Champions League final against Barcelona! I swear to you that I would have done anything to win that game even though I’d been Barcelona since I was a kid!
'So you know that when I play against Arsenal I will know who I am playing with, who my teammates are and who I will defend and I know that the Arsenal fans will understand; I have no doubt.'

The midfielder had a number of run-ins with Chelsea during his previous spell in England, and was more surprised than anyone to end up in blue.
He said: 'If you’d told me five years ago that I would play for Chelsea and Mourinho I would not have believed you, but life changes.
'I spoke with my agent and told him to find me a team. Chelsea’s offer arrived and for me it was about returning to London, the place where I did best.
'There was no better exit. I spoke with Mourinho and he told me things that I needed to hear. I felt valued, felt that I was going to be part of something important.'

SOURCE

Lol Cesc, just stop it.
cute 」 this moment now and this moment
  • chrysa

UEFA president Platini voted for Russia and Qatar, says it was "the right decision."

UEFA president Michel Platini has said awarding the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar was "the right decision."

Speaking to German newspaper Welt am Sonntag, Platini said he had voted for both host nations -- a decision he said he had taken for "the development of football."

Platini also told the paper he opposed European Union suggestions that the 2018 Russia World Cup should be boycotted because of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

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not sure... if these people listen to themselves when they speak.