TOPIC: Dr Bell medical report

fradonjan Dr Bell medical report 1 week 1 day ago #1

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pollyanna Dr Bell medical report 1 week 1 day ago #2

pollyanna
Belly does ok, but the guy asking the questions needs to slow from 160kms/hr so you can understand who Dr Bell is talking about. Three syllables: "Ste - phen - Hill", no need to cram them all into one syllable and try to break a world speed record saying them.
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Raglan Matt Dr Bell medical report 1 week 1 day ago #3

Raglan Matt
Stnhl, Polly, is to make it easier for the Lithuanian supporter base to understand.
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Walter the baker Dr Bell medical report 1 week 12 hours ago #4

Walter the baker
Dr Bell’s medical background is invaluable to the club and its players. It’s reassuring that they have got to the bottom of Rory Lobb’s injury, with the good doctor confirming that he is suffering from a “grumbly ankle“.
This is obviously a very rare condition as I can’t find it anywhere on the web. Our guys must be at the cutting edge of medicine to have made such a perceptive diagnosis.
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Corporal Agarn Dr Bell medical report 3 days 6 hours ago #5

Corporal Agarn
Injury list: Last updated 19 July 2021

Brett Bewley (ribs) - Test

Michael Frederick (ankle) - 5 weeks

Rory Lobb (ankle) - TBC

Joel Hamling (ankle) - Season

Sam Sturt (knee) - Season

Heath Chapman (shoulder) - Season

Brennan Cox (hamstring) - Season

You now add Fyfe-season, Walters-season, Pearce-concussion? Hill-hamstring, Valente & Thomas personal leave and that's a big chunk of your best or more experienced players unavailable.
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goodie Dr Bell medical report 3 days 6 hours ago #6

goodie
You can add Switkowski to that list as well.
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Corporal Agarn said You Beaut