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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by lsz, Apr 8, 2016.



By lsz on Apr 8, 2016 at 9:33 AM
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    By:lszApr 8, 2016
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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by lsz, Apr 8, 2016.

    1. HoldenV8

      By:HoldenV8Apr 8, 2016
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      In other news, Tim Moltzen sneezed last night. Reports are that he threw his back out, broke his wrist and dislocated his little toe.
       
    2. Loobs

      By:LoobsApr 8, 2016
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      He is Mr Glass from Unbreakable right..?
       
    3. manlyfan76

      By:manlyfan76Apr 8, 2016
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      Buhrer dislocated his thumb weeks ago and is still not running?
       
    4. HoldenV8

      By:HoldenV8Apr 8, 2016
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      You'd be surprised how much something like running would make a dislocated thumb throb because of the jolting. Even something like running on a mini trampoline.

      An old mate of mine once dislocated his thumb.....he was in plaster for almost a month.
       
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      By:MissKateApr 8, 2016
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      At least Jamie got injured actually playing for us rather than when he was lacing up his boots
       
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      • HoldenV8

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        The club should have got Moltzen's TPA's from Australia Post. They could pay in a steady supply of bubble wrap.

        Seriously though, as much as we take the piss out of it you've got to feel for the poor guy. You can bet all he wants to do is just get out there and play.

        Talented but fragile makes for a very frustrating combination :banghead:
         
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          Surprised he didn't break his hand signing his contact with us
           
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          • Mark from Brisbane

            By:Mark from BrisbaneApr 8, 2016
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            Can't see him getting a gig anywhere in 2017, yep you have to feel sorry for the guy.
             
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