Frustrating. The concern is overstated, but then he has had a 'great off season training' 'never been fitter' and played half a game, with zero run metres. And a history of calf injuries.This all seems a bit melodramatic based on a calf strain where he'll like miss one game
For Schuster, it has to be a strain of the calf muscle itself (for him to be available in round 3) - a tear in the calf muscle would take much longer to heal.maybe calf strains can be ridiculous though, but thats more at my age. I tore my calf about 4 yeas ago, took forever to heal and it re-tears every year
I just read an article that mentioned it was a torn ligament. Don’t know how accurate that is though.For Schuster, it has to be a strain of the calf muscle itself (for him to be available in round 3) - a tear in the calf muscle would take much longer to heal.
If it was damage to ligaments / tendons associated with the calf muscle - which is what may be happening with you, @Dan - these things take much longer to heal. Here's why - it's a blood supply issue:
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Probably not accurate - from the club: "With the Sea Eagles having a bye in round two, Schuster should be available for the round three match against Parramatta Eels at 4 Pines Park."I just read an article that mentioned it was a torn ligament. Don’t know how accurate that is though.