2023 Casualty Ward

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Sorry Eagle. I suspect you've inadvertently misread the implication of my entry.

It was in no way criticism of Parker. Such is the difficulty of expressing things in writing.

What happened was I was interested as to why Parker was not listed in the team and wrote '"Where's Parker?'. I then a bit later checked through entries on these sites and saw he was out because of an elbow injury and went back to this site, having then realised why he was out, and added 'Sorry got it. Elbow'. They were in fact two separate entries.

Maybe I should have just wiped the original comment but I assumed others would have seen it and respond, so I preempted and self corrected.

Interesting isn't it how you seemed to construe it as criticism but my intent was entirely information. No ones at fault, just a demonstration of how the written word can be read so many different ways yet spoken word has the advantage of how its expressed.

Parker is a top highly committed footballer and I would never question that commitment, even though I might question his suitability for a specific role.
Sorry Bearfax, I just used your comment about Parkers injury as a springboard to my defence of Parkers position in the team. Should of qualified my comment before I started my comment.
 
Sorry Eagle. I suspect you've inadvertently misread the implication of my entry.

It was in no way criticism of Parker. Such is the difficulty of expressing things in writing.

What happened was I was interested as to why Parker was not listed in the team and wrote '"Where's Parker?'. I then a bit later checked through entries on these sites and saw he was out because of an elbow injury and went back to this site, having then realised why he was out, and added 'Sorry got it. Elbow'. They were in fact two separate entries.

Maybe I should have just wiped the original comment but I assumed others would have seen it and respond, so I preempted and self corrected.

Interesting isn't it how you seemed to construe it as criticism but my intent was entirely information. No ones at fault, just a demonstration of how the written word can be read so many different ways yet spoken word has the advantage of how its expressed.

Parker is a top highly committed footballer and I would never question that commitment, even though I might question his suitability for a specific role.
Sorry Bearfax, wasn't meant to be a criticism of your comment. Was only using it as s springboard to my defence of Parker in the team. Should of qualified my comment before I started my comment.
 
Sorry Bearfax, wasn't meant to be a criticism of your comment. Was only using it as s springboard to my defence of Parker in the team. Should of qualified my comment before I started my comment.

Crazy thing was I had what you said there as a second option regarding your intent. I responded assuming my first interpretation may have been valid. Obviously it wasn't. Shows how misinterpretations occur in writing. Your comments I agree with. He does his job, top defender, works hard and a fine straight runner for an offloader. Any criticism I have regarding him relates to his effectiveness in that role, not his commitment. I'm one of those who think he's better suited as a backrower and I suspect he would succeed in that role. But that's just me.
 
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From the 'NRL Casualty Ward - All the Latest Injury News, Updates & Returns Details' web page, Here is the Latest NRL Injured or Unavailable Update:

* * * (Updated: Tuesday, 11 Jul 2023) * * *


Sea Eagles superstar Tom Trbojevic spent a week in hospital after suffering a complication in his recovery from a season-ending pectoral injury with Manly officials confirming the move was just a precaution. His brother Ben is set to be sidelined for three weeks after suffering a hamstring strain at training on Sunday.

Manly Sea Eagles
  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 23-24)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Season)

Also, from the NRL Casualty Ward, Manly hub page, there are slight variations to the information regarding the unavailable or injured players and their return periods:

  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 24)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Next Season)

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From the 'NRL Casualty Ward - All the Latest Injury News, Updates & Returns Details' web page, Here is the Latest NRL Injured or Unavailable Update:

* * * (Updated: Sunday, 23 Jul 2023) * * *


Manly are set to be without props Taniela Paseka and Josh Aloiai for an extended period after the pair suffered injuries in their side's 30-26 victory against the Sharks on Sunday.

Paseka was taken from the field in the fourth minute with a suspected Grade 3 MCL injury after his right leg was twisted in a tackle involving Cronulla forwards Dale Finucane and Toby Rudolf.

Aloiai was taken from the field in the 62nd minute after his shoulder had dislocated on several occasions during the match.

"I think Taniela has done an MCL, obviously he needs a scan but they feel like it's a Grade 3 so that's going to be significant," Seibold said following the match.

"And Josh's shoulder has been a little bit of an issue for him this year and it came out times during the game and obviously we took him out the game the third time he came out.

"So I think we'll lose those two guys for a significant amount of time."


Manly Sea Eagles
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, TBC)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 23-24)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Season)

Also, from the NRL Casualty Ward, Manly hub page, there are slight variations to the information regarding the unavailable or injured players and their return periods:

  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 24)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, TBC)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Next Season)

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From the 'NRL Casualty Ward - All the Latest Injury News, Updates & Returns Details' web page, Here is the Latest NRL Injured or Unavailable Update:

* * * (Updated: Sunday, 23 Jul 2023) * * *


Manly are set to be without props Taniela Paseka and Josh Aloiai for an extended period after the pair suffered injuries in their side's 30-26 victory against the Sharks on Sunday.

Paseka was taken from the field in the fourth minute with a suspected Grade 3 MCL injury after his right leg was twisted in a tackle involving Cronulla forwards Dale Finucane and Toby Rudolf.

Aloiai was taken from the field in the 62nd minute after his shoulder had dislocated on several occasions during the match.

"I think Taniela has done an MCL, obviously he needs a scan but they feel like it's a Grade 3 so that's going to be significant," Seibold said following the match.

"And Josh's shoulder has been a little bit of an issue for him this year and it came out times during the game and obviously we took him out the game the third time he came out.

"So I think we'll lose those two guys for a significant amount of time."


Manly Sea Eagles
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, TBC)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 23-24)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Season)

Also, from the NRL Casualty Ward, Manly hub page, there are slight variations to the information regarding the unavailable or injured players and their return periods:

  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 24)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, TBC)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Next Season)

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Why wasnt that tackle on Paseka more scrutinised. When I sawit,it reminded me of that wishbone tackle a few years ago
 
From the 'NRL Casualty Ward - All the Latest Injury News, Updates & Returns Details' web page, Here is the Latest NRL Injured or Unavailable Update:

* * * (Updated: Tuesday, 25 Jul 2023) * * *


Sea Eagles forward Taniela Paseka is set to miss the remainder of the regular season after rupturing his medial ligament in Round 21 against the Sharks.

The club confirmed Paseka will have an operation on Tuesday to repair the injury, with the recovery time estimated to be six weeks.

The news appears better for fellow forward Josh Aloiai, who suffered a recurrent shoulder dislocation against Cronulla, with scans revealing no significant worsening of the injury.

A shoulder specialist is now set to map out a management strategy for the remainder of the season.


Manly Sea Eagles
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, Round 27-Finals Week 1)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 23-24)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Season)

Also, from the NRL Casualty Ward, Manly hub page, there are slight variations to the information regarding the unavailable or injured players and their return periods:

  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 24)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Next Season)
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, Finals)

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From the 'NRL Casualty Ward - All the Latest Injury News, Updates & Returns Details' web page, Here is the Latest NRL Injured or Unavailable Update:

* * * (Updated: Saturday, 29 Jul 2023) * * *


Sea Eagles winger Christian Tuipulotu was forced from the field at WIN Stadium on Saturday night after suffering a suspected MCL injury.

Tuipulotu hurt his knee in a tackle from Jack de Belin that resulted in the Dragons forward being placed on report and sent to the sin bin.

Sea Eagles forward Taniela Paseka is set to miss the remainder of the regular season after rupturing his medial ligament in Round 21 against the Sharks.

The club confirmed Paseka will have an operation on Tuesday to repair the injury, with the recovery time estimated to be six weeks.

The news appears better for fellow forward Josh Aloiai, who suffered a recurrent shoulder dislocation against Cronulla, with scans revealing no significant worsening of the injury.

A shoulder specialist is now set to map out a management strategy for the remainder of the season.

Manly Sea Eagles
  • Christian Tuipulotu (Knee, TBC)
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, Round 27-Finals Week 1)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 23-24)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Season)

Also, from the NRL Casualty Ward, Manly hub page, there are slight variations to the information regarding the unavailable or injured players and their return periods:

  • Ben Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 23)
  • Karl Lawton (Calf, Round 24)
  • Josh Aloiai (Shoulder, TBC)
  • Christian Tuipulotu (Knee, TBC)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Pectoral, Next Season)
  • Taniela Paseka (Knee, Finals)

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